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Researchers study ears for unbeatable biometrics

Researchers study ears for unbeatable biometrics

The UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has announced it is funding a major new study into the possibilities of using the human ear as a biometric security system.
Apr 16 2009 2:02PM
Lost HMRC data sounds wake up call for security pros

Lost HMRC data sounds wake up call for security pros

Concerns about data loss are clearly a burning issue among enterprise information officers at present..
Dec 11 2007 7:03AM
802.11n sounds death knell for wired Ethernet

802.11n sounds death knell for wired Ethernet

Despite security and reliability fears 802.11n wireless technology will start eroding the wired Ethernet market within the next 24 to 36 months, experts predict.
Aug 30 2007 7:47AM
Analyst sounds death knell for DRM

Analyst sounds death knell for DRM

Digital rights management is dead, according to an industry trend analysis report.
May 11 2007 2:06PM
IIA sounds off on copyright law ammendments

IIA sounds off on copyright law ammendments

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has joined the chorus of voices warning of the dangers of the Federal Government’s planed copyright law amendments.
Nov 29 2006 1:28PM
Gates sounds off in Sydney

Gates sounds off in Sydney

Microsoft chairman Bill Gates told Australian media he was unfazed about the threat of open source or scepticism by business towards technology and defended the security of Microsoft's software products.
Jun 28 2004 12:00AM
Eko sounds in Australian SMS market

Eko sounds in Australian SMS market

Victorian system integrator and developer Remora Technologies has lobbed its first SMS appliances on a trajectory targeting the direct-marketing needs of medium to large companies.
Nov 17 2003 12:00AM

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