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WHO says apps can't replace 'boots-on-the-ground' in virus fight

WHO says apps can't replace 'boots-on-the-ground' in virus fight

"Shoe-leather epidemiology" still important.
May 5 2020 6:50AM
Elite hackers target WHO as coronavirus cyberattacks spike

Elite hackers target WHO as coronavirus cyberattacks spike

DarkHotel group suspected.
Mar 25 2020 6:39AM
Bill Gates calls coronavirus a 'once-in-a-century' pathogen

Bill Gates calls coronavirus a 'once-in-a-century' pathogen

Urges wealthy nations to help low and middle-income countries strengthen health systems.
Mar 2 2020 6:44AM
'Wi-fi allergies' issue flares up in Australia

'Wi-fi allergies' issue flares up in Australia

Search for evidence gains momentum.
Sep 10 2013 6:35AM
Hacker who exposed Facebook bug to get reward

Hacker who exposed Facebook bug to get reward

But not from Facebook.
Aug 21 2013 1:22PM
EU targets childhood obesity with supercomputing project

EU targets childhood obesity with supercomputing project

Computer-simulated testing of medicines.
May 28 2013 6:33AM
WHO says mobile phone use 'possibly carcinogenic'

WHO says mobile phone use 'possibly carcinogenic'

Now in the same cancer risk category as lead, chloroform and coffee.
Jun 1 2011 6:20AM
"Fingerprints" show who sent anonymous emails

"Fingerprints" show who sent anonymous emails

Researchers use speech recognition and data mining to finger rogue emailers.
Mar 10 2011 9:52AM
Satyam disputes WHO audit report

Satyam disputes WHO audit report

Satyam has disputed an audit report which highlighted problems in its contract with the World Health Organisation (WHO) for the development of a US$55.5m global business management system.
Feb 6 2009 6:45AM
Defence Dept launches online Who’s Who

Defence Dept launches online Who’s Who

The Department of Defence (DoD) has made its Who’s Who directory available free online for the general public.
Oct 27 2008 12:04PM
Who has your data?

Who has your data?

Businesses not only need to be focused on their intranets but they also need to be vigilant to their outsourced data flow.
Oct 15 2008 3:35PM
iPhone vs. Blackberry: Who will rule in business?

iPhone vs. Blackberry: Who will rule in business?

With the new 3G iPhone making its way to Aussie shores in just over two weeks, Apple is primed to endear itself to business consumers. But despite the hype and anticipation, business success isn’t guaranteed as the iPhone faces stiff competition from devices with long established roots in the sector.
Jun 24 2008 4:25PM
Opinion: Who says you can’t get ITIL out of the box?

Opinion: Who says you can’t get ITIL out of the box?

Reduce consulting, speed implementation, and facilitate documentation with out-of-the-box solutions.
Jun 12 2007 11:15AM
Who will fill the void left by indicted Seattle spam king?

Who will fill the void left by indicted Seattle spam king?

One of the world's most reputed spammers, who used his botnet army to deliver up to billions of junk emails each day, was indicted Wednesday in a US District Court in Seattle.
Jun 1 2007 10:05AM
Others who are making a difference

Others who are making a difference

Richard Clarke, founder and ceo of Good Harbor Consulting, for continuing to unabashedly criticize anyone who is failing to comprehend the security requirements that go along with using the internet as a business-enabling tool. Even after his service to three presidents, Clarke serves up his cybersecurity knowledge whether your like it or not. Besides frequenting the conference circuit, he recently published a fictional account of terrorism in the U.S., The Scorpion’s Gate, slated to become a motion picture in 2007.
Dec 15 2005 9:40PM
Be careful who you trust

Be careful who you trust

Joined-up business is a huge boon to organizations. But, warns Nationwide’s privacy chief, your partners need to be just as gung ho about security as you are. Marcia Savage reports
Jul 1 2005 11:53AM
It’s not just home users who are to blame

It’s not just home users who are to blame

Jun 21 2005 12:49PM
Who let him in?

Who let him in?

Your company could be unwittingly letting a thief through the door. René Millman exposes the security holes in the world of deprovisioning, and reveals that ex-employees could easily know much more than you’d like
Mar 16 2005 12:03PM
Can you trust poachers who turn gamekeeper?

Can you trust poachers who turn gamekeeper?

David Quainton reports on two firms that are taking the risk of having a virus writer on their staff
Dec 3 2004 4:28PM
So who hit your network today?

So who hit your network today?

If disaster strikes, the first impulse is to get systems up and running again. But as Illena Armstrong discovers, that could be a bad move
Sep 2 2004 12:14PM

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