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Police warn about internet scammers
Queensland Police are warning people to be wary of investment scams, after more than $7 million was netted by Nigerian scammers from Queenslanders.
Feb 2 2006 2:50PM
IT exec jobs on the increase
Demand for IT executives has increased, according to a recent study.
Jan 17 2006 3:59PM
Victoria shows off e-learning overseas
Eleven Victorian organisations have headed to the UK to show off their wares at London's education technology show, BETT 2006.
Jan 11 2006 4:00PM
Aust broadband take-up on the increase: report
Take-up of broadband in Australia continues to grow, according to an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report.
Jan 9 2006 3:34PM
Australians go zombie hunting
A zombie-hunting program has been launched by the ACMA, in a bid to identify infected computers which have Australian internet addresses.
Nov 7 2005 2:44PM
Interstate cables OK despite tunnel collapse: Telstra
Telstra has said no threat exists to major interstate cables after part of the Lane Cove tunnel roadworks collapsed in Sydney today.
Nov 2 2005 3:50PM
Aust signs MoU with India
Australia has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with India, which aims to encourage cooperation between the two countries in the ICT space.
Oct 24 2005 3:36PM
Graeme Huon scoops Pearcey Award
Graeme Huon has been announced as this year's winner of the Victorian State Pearcey Award.
Oct 18 2005 4:02PM
Govt announces digital radio framework
The Australian Government has released a framework for the introduction of digital radio, with a staged rollout of the technology due to start in metropolitan areas "as soon as practicable".
Oct 17 2005 4:05PM
Australia drops off 'Dirty Dozen' spammers list
Australia did not rank in the top 12 spam relaying countries in the past six months, according to the latest report from security firm Sophos.
Oct 13 2005 4:13PM
Financial spam tops list in August
Financial spam topped the list of most prevalent spam during August, according to a report from Trend Micro.
Sep 14 2005 9:41AM
Sophos joins anti-spyware group
Security company Sophos has joined the Anti-Spyware Coalition, a group of technology companies and public interest groups.
Sep 7 2005 3:47PM
Netgear joins wireless forum
Networking vendor Netgear has joined the WiMAX Forum.
Sep 6 2005 3:40PM
Mincom wins contract with Tarong Energy
Software and services company Mincom has signed a three-year managed services contract with Tarong Energy Corporation.
Sep 6 2005 1:44PM
Datacom scoops $10m services deal
IT services company Datacom has won a $10 million IT services contract with Norfolk Group in Australia and New Zealand.
Sep 5 2005 2:58PM
Netsky remains on the radar
Netsky-P took out the number one spot for viruses causing problems for businesses during July, according to a security firm.
Aug 3 2005 10:03AM
Businesses struggle with storage management complexity
Data growth has been contributing to the complexity of storage management over the past five years, according to a recent survey.
Aug 2 2005 10:04AM
Program targets phone tower concerns
A "package of initiatives" has been announced aimed at improving how mobile phone towers are deployed.
Jul 28 2005 2:44PM
Federal court issues interim injunctions against Clarity1
Interim injunctions have been issued by a federal court under the Spam Act against Clarity1.
Jul 21 2005 4:14PM
destra acquires GPM Internet
Internet and ecommerce company destra Corporation has acquired business internet service provider GPM Internet.
Jul 18 2005 3:41PM
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