South Australian gov issues breach notice to hacked payroll provider
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STATE OF IT
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Mac users warned about spyware from free apps
Spyware downloaded during installation.
Jun 4 2010 3:30PM
Seven things you should know about virtualisation
NetIQ's Haf Saba presents seven things he says "you must know if your business is to be successful in virtualising your mission-critical applications".
Apr 21 2010 3:12PM
Gen Y not worried about identity theft
More concerned about viruses.
Mar 22 2010 1:07PM
Lawyers concerned about finding internal data
But rarely consulted about what tech might help.
Nov 24 2009 6:30AM
Sorry about the "//", says Tim Berners-Lee
Wishes he had never bothered with URL convention.
Oct 14 2009 6:25AM
IT suppliers worried about customers
Can they afford to pay?
Jun 29 2009 6:00AM
IT leaders nervous about 2009
The IT industry has reached a new confidence low as business leaders in the sector worry about rising costs and low levels of credit, according to research by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Dec 18 2008 6:39AM
Toshiba optimistic about SSD rescuing NAND maker
Sending positive vibes to NAND flash memory makers everywhere, Toshiba says it’s optimistic about wider NAND flash deployment in the next couple of years, mainly within Solid State Drives.
Dec 1 2008 6:42AM
Blacklists, whitelists and heuristics: Symantec describes new threats
talks to Vincent Weafer, VP Security Response, Symantec, about how server-side polymorphism is changing the security landscape.
Nov 20 2008 2:06PM
Dell talks about 80 core processor
Get ready an 80-core monster machine from Dell. At SC08 yesterday, Michael Dell, Dell’s CEO gave a presentation which included a slide showing an 80 core chip which should tip up sometime around 2010.
Nov 20 2008 6:24AM
Eugene Kaspersky speaks candidly about the state of security
He flew in and out in a flash but Eugene Kaspersky managed to paint a bleak future for the whitehats of the security industry during his Sydney visit this week.
Oct 16 2008 5:00PM
It's time to think differently about protecting data
The recent rash of high profile security breaches, data loss incidents and associated fraud highlights the fact that the security industry is failing to meet the threats.
Sep 16 2008 7:47AM
US warns Olympic travellers about electronic espionage
In a strongly worded
the US government warned people visiting Beijing for the start of the Olympic Games that they should trust no-one with their electronic devices..
Aug 11 2008 7:11AM
Icahn gripes about Yahoo board place
The day before Yahoo’s annual shareholder meeting, activist shareholder Carl Icahn announced in his blog he would not be attending and described his new appointment on the Yahoo board as an unhappy compromise.
Aug 4 2008 8:03AM
Small firms naive about security
Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) have developed a false sense of security and remain naïve about the threats, according to McAfee.
Jul 24 2008 9:57AM
What you must know about network security before going global
Globalisation involves extending the business to locations around the world to make the most cost effective use of global resources.
Jul 15 2008 2:23PM
Telcos complain to ACCC about Telstra's ULL service - again
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has recently received notification of two further telecommunications access disputes relating to Telstra's ULL service.
Jul 8 2008 2:43PM
Big brands sceptical about mobile advertising
The potential of mobile advertising is huge but has yet to convince mainstream brand owners, according to new research..
Jun 4 2008 1:57PM
Labor's Australian Broadband Guarantee committments brought into question
NewSat’s announcement that its application for an Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG) license was put on hold by the Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy has raised a few questions about the former
Broadband Guarantee initiative.
Feb 29 2008 4:16PM
Aussies more concerned about securing outbound email than spam
Australians are more concerned about securing outbound email which can lead to sensitive data loss than they are about securing inbound email that could steal data, according to a new survey by Proofpoint.
Feb 27 2008 12:51PM
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