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Queensland Police uncover sophisticated ATM skimmers
Device contains integrated camera.
Nov 22 2012 7:02PM
IBM steps up to integrated stacks
Third-party app ecosystem to sidestep Oracle-Sun rival.
Apr 13 2012 7:00AM
IT shared services looks beyond functional future
How to offer end-to-end, value-added services.
Sep 29 2011 12:06PM
Stovepipe databases weaken Vic legal audit
Auditor-General makes case for integration.
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Tax Office defends processing delays
IT refresh holding back your tax return.
Feb 22 2010 2:14PM
Cisco packs server and storage into branch office routers
Telstra impressed by second generation of ISRs.
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Juniper Networks embeds security into Junos
Juniper Networks has extended the functionality of its Junos network operating system with the inclusion of a range of embedded security applications.
May 15 2009 6:26AM
Vendor experience is key in technology evaluation, survey finds
CIOs expect their IT vendors to help them make informed choices about products and technologies, IDC has found.
Oct 23 2008 1:28PM
Integrated circuit turns 50
September 12th, 2008, marked the fiftieth birthday of the device that has enabled computing as we now know it: the integrated circuit.
Sep 13 2008 12:07PM
Optical circuit to deliver instantaneous, unlimited Internet access
Physicists have developed optical switching technology capable of delivering data at the rate of 640 Gbps, potentially yielding a 60-fold increase in Australian Internet speeds.
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Integrated circuit design to yield infinite mobile battery life
Mobile phone users could benefit from patented technology that promises infinite battery life – if only electrical engineer Ray Winton would take it to market.
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Integrated optical fibres to improve electronics
A newly developed process for the insertion of semiconductors into optical fibres is expected to deliver faster, more efficient electronic devices.
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Graphics processors get integrated
A growing trend in PC design is the integration of graphics processors in chipsets, market watchers report..
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IronPort Systems integrates encryption to message security
IronPort Systems’ customers are now able to automatically receive messaging encryption features to their existing email security appliance after purchasing an additional license.
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Mitel installs IP Telephony suite for Integrated Group
IP communications and applications vendor Mitel has implemented an IP package for local recruitment agency Integrated Group.
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EMC releases first RSA-integrated offering
Six months on from its acquisition of RSA Security, EMC has announced that it has finally integrated the company’s technology into its high end storage platforms.
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HP plans easier integrated storage
HP will offer new low-cost integrated storage hardware to small and
medium-sized firms from September.
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An integrated approach
SC Magazine is providing an exclusive look at abridged versions of various chapters included in the just-released Larstan’s The Black Book on Government Security, as part of an agreement with Larstan Publishing.
May 10 2006 8:00PM
Security firm claims fundamental flaws mar UTM integrated appliances
An IT security firm today claimed that it has identified potential sources of risk for government and enterprises using integrated security appliances which “sacrifice security for convenience."
Nov 18 2005 10:31AM
Salvation Army sings praises of integrated security appliance solution
The Salvation Army has beefed up the security of its network serving more than 4,000 users across the US Midwest with the installation of an integrated security appliance.
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