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Telco cable damage disputes almost double

Telco cable damage disputes almost double

TIO forced to mediate.
Dec 7 2010 6:18AM
Study: iPhone 4 screen cracks more likely than 3GS

Study: iPhone 4 screen cracks more likely than 3GS

First four months of use.
Oct 14 2010 12:14PM
Datacom calls in structural engineers for data centre

Datacom calls in structural engineers for data centre

Post incident report on flood damaged data centre.
Mar 13 2010 7:00AM
Datacom NOC staff win support

Datacom NOC staff win support

More customer stories emerge.
Mar 9 2010 3:28PM
Datacom data centre flooded by Melbourne storm

Datacom data centre flooded by Melbourne storm

Carriers and customers hit as operator denies outage.
Mar 8 2010 1:50PM
Apple logs patent for abuse detection system

Apple logs patent for abuse detection system

Stores details of user-inflicted damage.
Aug 8 2009 9:29AM
EFTel data centre escapes fire system flood

EFTel data centre escapes fire system flood

EFTel equipment sustained only minor damage after contractors working above the Melbourne data centre allegedly broke a fire hydrant, flooding two floors of the office tower.
Feb 23 2009 3:37PM
Two held over undersea cable damage

Two held over undersea cable damage

Two ships have been impounded in Dubai after satellite images indicated that they may have been responsible for the damage to undersea cables which left large parts of the Middle East without proper internet access..
Apr 15 2008 7:17AM
Online pharmacies can seriously damage health

Online pharmacies can seriously damage health

Dubious online pharmacies are putting the health and wealth of customers at risk by operating without proper credentials and lacking even the most basic e-commerce security features.
Aug 21 2007 7:11AM
Astronauts examine damage to shuttle

Astronauts examine damage to shuttle

Astronauts are examining the underside of the space shuttle Endeavour after a chunk of the heat seal was knocked off during launch.
Aug 14 2007 5:07PM
Fears grow that laser printers can seriously damage health

Fears grow that laser printers can seriously damage health

Some laser printers release tiny particles of toner-like material into the air that people can inhale deep into their lungs where they may pose a health hazard, scientists have warned..
Aug 1 2007 7:07AM
Pretexting - white lies that can damage your company

Pretexting - white lies that can damage your company

In the wake of recent news at HP, pretexting has become the hot topic in the business world, and its sudden rise to fame broaches numerous questions including: What exactly is pretexting? How are companies liable for it? What are companies doing that is considered pretexting and how can they protect themselves from becoming the next HP?
Feb 19 2007 9:21AM
Warning MP3s Could Seriously Damage Your Reputation

Warning MP3s Could Seriously Damage Your Reputation

So you’re in love with your MP3, you go jogging with it, you sleep with it and you listen to it on the way to work! This year the workplace has become flooded with them as the cheapest MP3s are now sold for as little as £20 storing around 256MB of data. At the top end of the market, digital jukeboxes with storage of 20GB start at under £150 while a 60GB Apple iPod Video player can be had for just £300. That is the same storage capacity as a lot of corporate notebooks.
Feb 3 2006 12:58PM
Debate: The digital Mafia isn’t just hype – it really exists, and it has the power to do real damage

Debate: The digital Mafia isn’t just hype – it really exists, and it has the power to do real damage

Oct 21 2005 5:21PM
Complexity can damage your system defences

Complexity can damage your system defences

Jan 14 2005 5:07PM
MyDoom rings up $4 billion in damage

MyDoom rings up $4 billion in damage

Damage from the MyDoom virus may exceed $4 billion worldwide, making it one of the most costly internet attacks, according to Computer Economics, a research firm based in Carlsbad, Calif.
Feb 11 2004 9:34PM
Telstra mops up Melbourne storm damage

Telstra mops up Melbourne storm damage

Telstra today was still repairing services for some customers after storms doubled the number of faults reported in the Melbourne metropolitan area.
Dec 5 2003 12:00AM

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