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Microsoft updates Windows 7 and Server 2008
Release candidates include new features and fixes.
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Civilians cyberattacked Georgia in 2008 war
Attacks on Georgian government websites during the 2008 war with Russia were carried out by civilians - with little or no direct involvement on the part of the Russian government or military -- according to a new report.
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Innovators for 2008
This year, we took a look in the rearview mirror and observed a lot of convergence, but despite this trend interesting companies still flourish, says Peter Stephenson, technology editor.
Dec 15 2008 3:32PM
2008: A year of cybercriminal innovation
With the emergence of new attack techniques and the reinvention of old ones, 2008 has been a year of cybercriminal innovation.
Dec 5 2008 9:42AM
‘Cavalier’ Google burning enterprise Apps bridge
Google’s strategy of sneaking its hosted applications into enterprise environments without the knowledge of IT appears to be working, but its ‘cavalier’ attitude to the enterprise way of doing things may also be its undoing, Gartner has said.
Nov 13 2008 2:16PM
Good green vendors are hard to find
HP, Fujitsu and IBM have topped one of the world’s first in-depth studies into the actual green credentials of ICT suppliers, as many of their counterparts were publicly named and shamed for their lack of action or refusing to even participate.
Nov 13 2008 10:10AM
Power reduction could bite you: Gartner
Data centre managers should be wary of committing to a long-term total reduction in the centre’s power as part of green initiatives, Gartner has warned.
Nov 12 2008 2:27PM
Gartner warns of IT budget shortfalls in Australia
Anyone expecting a magical silver bullet from Gartner to help them ride out the current economic turmoil might have to look elsewhere for it, if the first day of the 2008 Symposium ITxpo in Sydney is anything to go by.
Nov 11 2008 4:00PM
Write hardware consolidation into purchase contracts
Losing one of the remaining four large server vendors in a HP-Compaq styled merger could adversely impact current competitive pricing, Gartner has said.
Nov 11 2008 3:29PM
Telstra cans Terria debate
Telstra is at the centre of a new storm amid allegations that it pulled out of tomorrow’s NBN debate after a failed last-minute attempt to oust the Competitive Carriers Coalition (CCC) and Paul Budde from the Broadband World conference program.
Nov 4 2008 11:12AM
Review: CynapsPro Suite 2008
CynapsPro Suite 2008 is another tiered protection mechanism.
Oct 15 2008 3:32PM
2008 physics Nobel Prize awarded
The 2008 Nobel Prize for Physics is shared by three scientists for unique discoveries in sub-atomic particles the prize committee announced today.
Oct 8 2008 6:55AM
Malware soars in first half of 2008
The amount of web-based malware blocked by IT security firm ScanSafe has jumped by 278 per cent in the first six months of this year.
Jul 18 2008 10:10AM
Intel gaining ground in 2008
Intel has continued to dominate the processor market in 2008, according to analysts..
Jul 3 2008 3:52AM
Google kicks off 2008 Code Jam
Google has officially opened its 2008 Code Jam programming competition..
Jun 19 2008 7:59AM
Network forensics (2008)
This is a multi-faceted area, and combining several single-function tools with more general solutions may be the best way to cover all bases.
looks at a growing market
May 26 2008 10:43AM
Media forensics (2008)
Computer forensics tools have evolved into several specialised strands as data is stored on a wider variety of devices, from PCs to mobile phones and PDAs.
May 12 2008 11:07AM
Application vulnerability assessment tools
Tools that assess the vulnerability of the application infrastructure are gaining momentum thanks to ever increasing threats and compliance demands.
takes a closer look
May 5 2008 5:12PM
Infosec: Malware to grow tenfold in 2008
The number of online threats will have grown tenfold by the end of 2007, according to researchers at anti-malware firm Kaspersky..
Apr 24 2008 1:48PM
Australian Privacy Awards launched
In an aim to increase the awareness of best privacy practices in Australian businesses, the Rudd Labor government has launched the inaugural Australian Privacy Awards and Australian Privacy Medal sponsored by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
Apr 11 2008 10:55AM
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