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Greens boil over Conroy's Senate snub

Greens boil over Conroy's Senate snub

Government holds onto NBN implementation study.
Mar 17 2010 3:39PM
RSA 2010: HP shares findings on cloud security study

RSA 2010: HP shares findings on cloud security study

Web malware, heavy API use all pose risks to companies.
Mar 2 2010 1:21PM
BT: Separation is an IT headache

BT: Separation is an IT headache

Says separating legacy IT systems not worth the trouble.
Dec 7 2009 3:19PM
NBN adviser interviews wrap up

NBN adviser interviews wrap up

Details Tasmanian oversight.
Jul 8 2009 4:28PM
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
Annual study reveals cost of a data breach keeps climbing

Annual study reveals cost of a data breach keeps climbing

The cost of a data breach rose to a new record in 2008, according to the fourth annual Ponemon Institute study.
Feb 3 2009 11:16AM
Mobiles cleared of eye cancer risk

Mobiles cleared of eye cancer risk

A study in Germany has concluded that there is no link between mobile phone use and a rare form of eye cancer.
Jan 16 2009 6:47AM
Microsoft study finds the internet can make you sicker

Microsoft study finds the internet can make you sicker

A study by Microsoft researchers has found that the internet has a tendency to fuel anxiety among users who self-diagnose illnesses using web site information.
Nov 27 2008 12:10AM
Case study: How Smartpath got into NEC SaaS ‘supermarket’

Case study: How Smartpath got into NEC SaaS ‘supermarket’

Local asset management ISV Smartpath is using NEC’s Applications Net to deliver its Loc8 software as a hosted offering to customers.
Nov 18 2008 12:10AM
Researchers hack spam network for study

Researchers hack spam network for study

Researchers from University of California, Berkeley and UC, San Diego (UCSD) have published a report detailing how they hacked a spamming network to collect data on the economics of the problem.
Nov 11 2008 10:17AM
Study: Employees engage in risky computing

Study: Employees engage in risky computing

Common employee behaviour may result in data loss or leakage of a company's intellectual property, a new study concludes.
Oct 2 2008 10:08AM
Study shows pop up warnings ineffective

Study shows pop up warnings ineffective

A study by the Department of Psychology at North Carolina State University has shown that computer users largely ignore pop up windows warning them of unsafe computing use.
Sep 24 2008 9:20AM
New warnings of mobile phone dangers

New warnings of mobile phone dangers

Two new studies have warned of potential health risks from using mobile phones.
Sep 23 2008 4:04PM
Microsoft study disproves six degrees of separation

Microsoft study disproves six degrees of separation

An analysis of Microsoft’s instant messaging system has concluded that there aren’t six degrees of separation between everyone -- the number is 6.6.
Aug 5 2008 2:35PM
Study encourages 'unlearning' to manage change

Study encourages 'unlearning' to manage change

A study of four major Australian organisations has suggested that “unlearning” old workplace practices could be just as important as learning new ones.
Jul 17 2008 12:50PM
LHC won’t destroy the planet study finds

LHC won’t destroy the planet study finds

Fears that the firing up of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) later this year will destroy the planet are unfounded according to a new study..
Jun 24 2008 9:05AM
Study says mature IT practices mean more successful businesses

Study says mature IT practices mean more successful businesses

Results of a report by the IT Policy Compliance Group confirm that the development of a company’s IT governance, risk, and compliance (IT GRC) policies have a direct impact on financial success.
Jun 2 2008 2:34PM
BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

Results of a study by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) signal that PC software piracy in Australia has fallen one percentage point in 2007.
May 15 2008 2:34PM
Study finds Australian emergency services Web sites inadequate

Study finds Australian emergency services Web sites inadequate

The Web sites of Australia's emergency services are running unacceptably poorly, site performance monitor WatchMouse has found.
Mar 6 2008 3:14PM
Study: Corrupted DNS resolution attacks grow with use of open servers

Study: Corrupted DNS resolution attacks grow with use of open servers

Malicious DNS redirection at the server level is growing with the proliferation of open-recursive DNS servers, according to a new joint research paper.
Dec 17 2007 9:30AM

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