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iPhone default sends spammers the green light
Plea for Apple to reverse the setting.
Dec 10 2009 6:22AM
Vox pop: Should smoking near your PC void the warranty?
Resellers mock Apple's decision to reject repair jobs.
Nov 23 2009 5:10PM
ATO tender a major setback for HP and Fujitsu
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Nov 19 2009 12:24PM
NewSat rejects EWC's takeover bid
Declares offer a "sham".
Sep 21 2009 2:43PM
Avaya triumphant as Nortel winner
US voice vendor to pay more than US$900M for enterprise business.
Sep 15 2009 7:02AM
CodePlex: Microsoft's last chance at opening up
Open source community sceptical over vendor's open source aims.
Sep 14 2009 4:12PM
CommBank takes blame for Centrelink payment delay
Problem not due to "sinister" activity.
Sep 14 2009 2:34PM
Last minute challenge at Nortel auction
Avaya confronted with legal challenge by Nortel customer.
Sep 14 2009 10:16AM
Server vendors offered sliver of hope from Australia
Government stimulus plan tipped as main driver for growth.
Sep 9 2009 7:15AM
AVG protects students with Star-Tech
Distributor's partnership runs "counter-intuitive" to reseller model.
Sep 1 2009 11:23AM
Samsung netbook says 'yes' to Optus
Hardware vendor brings European product to Australia's number two telco.
Aug 11 2009 2:34PM
Scam email hits the Australian Federal Police
No organisation is sacred in the eyes of online scammers.
Jul 3 2009 1:39PM
"Fake" Rudd email: Why wasn't it checked?
Five minutes is all it takes to authenticate an email, according to one IT security expert.
Jun 25 2009 10:07AM
Google's Aussie partner Waves in opportunity
Australian-owned Devnet says users should reconsider investments in Microsoft Exchange or Sharepoint and ride Google's Wave.
Jun 1 2009 5:47PM
Mandatory data loss laws could curb security breaches
More than half of Australasian small businesses responding to a survey conducted by Symantec claim to have experienced security breaches.
May 12 2009 1:32PM
Zylotech loses its CEO
Local IP security surveillance vendor loses its CEO and executive director, chairman and non-executive director in one fell swoop.
Apr 14 2009 4:41PM
Dump the botched net filter: SAGE
The System Administrators Guild (SAGE) of Australia said the publication of the Federal Government's "black list" of pornographic and violent websites has fatally damaged its proposed compulsory Internet filtering regime.
Mar 26 2009 6:06AM
Don't cut IT security during financial troubles, says Senetas CEO
Businesses and end users are being urged not to scrimp on IT security as they tighten their belts for the global financial crisis.
Mar 9 2009 3:13PM
Telsyte: Vodafone and 3 to become "credible No. 3"
The merger of Vodafone and Hutchison's 3 creates an entity to take on mobile incumbents Telstra and Optus, serving up to a third of 3G customers, an analyst said.
Feb 10 2009 6:38AM
ASIC encrypts hardware with Senetas
Only a month into 2009 and Senetas has won a new contract with a Government agency through its local reseller.
Feb 5 2009 3:32PM
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