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Aussie IT staff working later hours
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Latest examples can recover from shut down in just 48 hours.
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Facebook and email take up seven hours a week
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Bug hunters have claimed numerous flaws in Apple's Safari web browser just hours after its release for Windows.
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After 38 hours, no bite taken out of this Apple
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After 24 hours of vulnerability and patching fun, users are being advised to grab Microsoft’s eight security patches and be wary of new critical systems exploits.
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IT workers clocking excessive hours: Candle ICT
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