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Telstra turns to data to reduce customer churn  
By Paris Cowan | Nov 22, 2013 | Comment Now 
How does your telco decide when it’s time for a chat?
 
NBN ripe for rejig in wake of mobile explosion 
By Ry Crozier | Nov 6, 2013 | Comment Now 
Vodafone presses policy influence.
 
Survey: 94 percent of US hospitals breached 
By Dan Kaplan | Dec 11, 2012 | Comment Now 
Cost the US health care industry $6.6 billion annually.
 
Comodo flags its certificate service as suspicious 
By Darren Pauli | Jul 4, 2012 | Comment Now 
Bug fixed, reputation red flags clear.
 
SAS, Capgemini to combat welfare fraud 
May 14, 2012 | Comment Now 
Formalise partnership after project works.
 
Thailand floods trigger EMC, HP storage price hike 
By Liam Tung | Dec 21, 2011 | Comment Now 
Enterprise slugged up to 15 percent from next year.
 
Ponemon lashes out at thumb drive 'negligence' 
Aug 10, 2011 | Comment Now 
Employers, employees in firing line.
 
Credit card fraud: '57c for every $1k' 
By Ry Crozier | May 19, 2011 | Comment Now 
Australian Institute of Criminology finds fraud up 55 percent.
 
Microsoft confirms graphics engine flaw 
Jan 5, 2011 | Comment Now 
Out-of-band patch unlikely.
 
Two in three Australian companies leak data 
By Brett Winterford | Aug 11, 2009 | Comment Now 
Renews calls for mandatory data disclosure laws.
 
SAS unveils social network analysis tool 
By Rosalie Marshall | Aug 6, 2009 | Comment Now 
Organisations can monitor negative comments and detect fraud.
 
HP unveils 6Gbit/s storage architecture 
By David Neal | Jul 18, 2009 | Comment Now 
Promises speed and efficiency.
 
Wikipedia hosts forum to improve online health info 
By Liz Tay | Jul 16, 2009 | Comment Now 
Discussions centred on accuracy of user-generated health information.
 
Homeland Security to scan fingerprints of travellers exiting the US 
By Brett Winterford | May 29, 2009 | Comment Now 
The US Department of Homeland Security is set to kickstart a controversial new pilot to scan the fingerprints of travellers departing the United States.
 
MIT designs viruses that can build batteries 
By Iain Thomson | Apr 6, 2009 | Comment Now 
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have genetically engineered viruses to build lithium batteries.
 
Scientists convert body movements to mobile phone charge 
By Liz Tay | Mar 27, 2009 | Comment Now 
Tiny, motion-powered generators could be charging our mobile phones and iPods in five years' time.
 
Telstra’s NBN exclusion lacks global precedent: analyst 
By Ry Crozier | Mar 5, 2009 | Comment Now 
An economic analyst from Germany’s WIK Institute has said it would be both unfortunate and unusual for the Government to continue Telstra’s exclusion from the NBN process.
 
Soldier pay bungle blamed on Defence ICT 
By Brett Winterford | Feb 24, 2009 | Comment Now 
Australia’s Minister for Defence Joel Fitzgibbon has blamed a legacy of chronic underinvestment in ICT for a series of payroll problems embarrassing the Government.
 
Researchers plan 'honeypot' security project 
By Shaun Nichols | Dec 3, 2008 | Comment Now 
Security firm Sans Institute is asking developers to volunteer for a new research project due to launch in the coming months.
 
BlackBerry wins Fraunhofer security approval 
By Daniel Robinson | Dec 1, 2008 | Comment Now 
BlackBerry sales could get a boost from the results of security tests carried out on the mobile email system by a leading research institute.
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