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The clock ticks for Abbott's cyber review

The clock ticks for Abbott's cyber review

[Blog post] Comms Alliance weighs in.
Apr 14 2015 2:02PM
Abbott brings back Science minister in cabinet reshuffle

Abbott brings back Science minister in cabinet reshuffle

Science tacked onto to Industry title.
Dec 22 2014 8:06AM
Telcos still in the dark as Govt moves on data retention

Telcos still in the dark as Govt moves on data retention

Updated: Bill due before the end of the year.
Aug 5 2014 11:56AM
NBN Co reveals start date of FTTN trial

NBN Co reveals start date of FTTN trial

Releases new product roadmap.
Apr 3 2014 2:17PM
Telstra hits halfway mark in 'Top Hat' ADSL2+ upgrade

Telstra hits halfway mark in 'Top Hat' ADSL2+ upgrade

Cabinet extension project hits 1000 boxes.
Sep 5 2012 1:00PM
Gillard takes on cyber security in cabinet reshuffle

Gillard takes on cyber security in cabinet reshuffle

Roxon appointed first female Attorney-General as McClelland sidelined.
Dec 12 2011 10:18AM
WA Parliament iPad trial exposes IT headaches

WA Parliament iPad trial exposes IT headaches

CIO gives in after MPs threaten revolt.
Sep 8 2011 7:17AM
UK and US ponder cyber attack retaliation

UK and US ponder cyber attack retaliation

Pentagon toys with offline response.
Jun 1 2011 6:24AM
Alcatel hauls cell site cabinet in by horse-and-cart

Alcatel hauls cell site cabinet in by horse-and-cart

Snowed in.
Mar 2 2011 3:24PM
Equinix to build $72m phase of Sydney3 data centre

Equinix to build $72m phase of Sydney3 data centre

Major investment in space.
Jun 29 2010 9:52AM
Conroy retains Comms portfolio

Conroy retains Comms portfolio

Gillard announces 'limited reshuffle'.
Jun 28 2010 1:47PM
SGI announces one petaflop per cabinet servers

SGI announces one petaflop per cabinet servers

New platform could offer significant performance improvements.
Jun 2 2010 7:14AM
U.K. Cabinet Office backs security enhanced Linux

U.K. Cabinet Office backs security enhanced Linux

Steve Marsh, director of the U.K. government’s Central Sponsor for Information Assurance (CSIA), has announced that IBM, and its partners Tresys Technology and Belmin Group, are working with the U.K. Cabinet Office to demonstrate one of the first mainstream mandatory access control (MAC) environments. The design is based upon Security Enhanced Linux and IBM WebSphere.
May 2 2006 10:58AM

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