Melbourne IT error sends Twitter links offline 
Phishing investigator puts domain on hold.
Kaspersky launches Sydney-based hosted security 
Partners with local data centres, disties and resellers.
Microsoft plans biggest Patch Tuesday ever 
Almost 50 vulnerabilities get fixes.
Google fixes Gmail's spam-like error 
IBM prepares new weapon against IT threats 
Launches Security Network IPS appliance.
Lenovo adds low-cost model to ThinkServer range 
TS200v tower server includes memory error and RAID protection.
Virgin Blue "error" upgrades passengers to gold status 
Technology M&As experience biggest rise in a decade 
Computer memory errors on the rise 
Research shows causes of system crashes.
Smartphone users ignoring malware threats 
Half of mobile users that encounter malware fall victim to it.
Motorola tool simulates wireless network attacks 
Wireless Vulnerability Assessment system can identify potential holes.
Visa computer error leads to US$23 quadrillion overdraft 
Pack of cigarettes costs $23,148,855,308,184,500.
10 Biggest Tech Stories of 2009 (So Far) 
Security resellers: "Don't wait for the butterfly effect" 
Jeremy Hulse, VP of sales for APAC, Marshal8e6, talks to CRN about the need for security to be an ongoing focus rather than a consideration during specified awareness weeks.
Internet threats rise by two-thirds in April 
The number of web-based threats soared by nearly two-thirds in April, according to new figures from managed security vendor Network Box, with Australian-developed threats ...
Vision Australia gets Microsoft's biggest ever Australian community software grant  
Valued at over AUD$6.6 million will help 300,000 Australians currently blind or with low vision.
Blacklists, whitelists and heuristics: Symantec describes new threats 
iTnews talks to Vincent Weafer, VP Security Response, Symantec, about how server-side polymorphism is changing the security landscape.
Cost biggest barrier to green IT 
IT decision makers worried about budgets.
COMPUTEX 08: gearing up for biggest year yet 
The component-fest that is Computex is kicking off in Taipei, and the buzz this year is on WiMax, low cost notebooks and Nvidia's new GPU line.
Services the biggest area of opportunity for Australia 
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Issue: 336 | March 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.