Kathryn Small

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Net filters debated by experts at cyberlaw forum

Net filters debated by experts at cyberlaw forum

One catchphrase was repeated over and over throughout the Internet Filtering and Censorship Forum yesterday: “The internet sees censorship as damage and routes around it.”
Kathryn Small Nov 29 2008, 8:50AM Security
SAP launches software packages for economic downturn

SAP launches software packages for economic downturn

Global software giant SAP has responded to the economic downturn by creating software bundles designed to cope with difficult times.
Kathryn Small Nov 25 2008, 7:53AM Software
Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management and cross-application encryption will be the next big thing, according to new research by the Ponemon Institute commissioned by PGP Corporation.

Kathryn Small Nov 24 2008, 7:59AM Security
Aussie SaaS offering helps small businesses with people management

Aussie SaaS offering helps small businesses with people management

Workforce Guardian is an SaaS offering that manages employee relations. iTnews looks at how the Aussie start-up jumped into the SaaS world.
Kathryn Small Nov 21 2008, 3:31PM Software
Blacklists, whitelists and heuristics: Symantec describes new threats

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.
Kathryn Small Nov 20 2008, 3:21PM Security
1000 people, police, queue up for Wrath of the Lich King launch

1000 people, police, queue up for Wrath of the Lich King launch

So many people turned up to last night’s Sydney launch of Wrath of the Lich King that the police arrived to ask organisers to turn the music down.
Kathryn Small Nov 15 2008, 8:14AM Strategy
Betrayal at Telstra: CEPU starts recruiting for Terria

Betrayal at Telstra: CEPU starts recruiting for Terria

According to an internal memo leaked to iTnews, the CEPU – the union representing many Telstra staff – will start recruiting staff for the Optus-led Terria consortium, and publicly declared its support for Terria in a statement.
Kathryn Small Nov 14 2008, 1:20AM Collaboration
Unified Comms experts talk about ROI, Google, govt and philosophy

Unified Comms experts talk about ROI, Google, govt and philosophy

At the Frost & Sullivan ICT Roundtable, representatives from five major unified communications (UC) firms talked about demonstrating ROI to potential clients, the philosophy behind product development, the use of UC in government and Google's role in the expanding market.
Kathryn Small Nov 10 2008, 3:48PM Software
Simplified UC tools will dominate market in 2009: analyst

Simplified UC tools will dominate market in 2009: analyst

Unified communications (UC)-as-a-service was the future of the UC industry, an analyst told guests at yesterday’s Frost & Sullivan ICT Roundtables.
Kathryn Small Nov 8 2008, 9:18AM Collaboration
VeriSign boasts secure authentication in the cloud

VeriSign boasts secure authentication in the cloud

VeriSign today announced strong growth for its VIP identity protection service, including the imminent launch of DocLocker, an online document storage system.
Kathryn Small Nov 7 2008, 8:20AM Security
Sensis concedes Australian web search to Google

Sensis concedes Australian web search to Google

Sensis and Google today announced a commercial partnership to provide local searches through Google, and place Yellow business listings on Google Maps.
Kathryn Small Nov 4 2008, 7:38AM Services
ATO loses thousands of records on unencrypted CD

ATO loses thousands of records on unencrypted CD

The Australian Taxation Office lost an unencrypted CD containing thousands of personal details – and waited three weeks to inform those affected of the loss.
Kathryn Small Nov 1 2008, 9:36AM Security
Microsoft launches aggressive pursuit of pirates

Microsoft launches aggressive pursuit of pirates

Microsoft has launched a devastating attack against alleged counterfeiters and pirates, taking simultaneous legal action in Australia and 48 countries on six continents for what they declared to be “Global Anti-Piracy Day”.
Kathryn Small Oct 22 2008, 7:46AM Software
Thanks to new technology, it's easy being green

Thanks to new technology, it's easy being green

Cheaper, faster and better for the environment — why you should learn about environmentally friendly hardware.
Kathryn Small Sep 29 2008, 3:19PM Hardware
Telstra rebuffs R&D criticism

Telstra rebuffs R&D criticism

Telstra’s chief technology officer Hugh Bradlow today responded to NICTA CEO David Skellern’s comments that Telstra was 'a disgrace' to the state of research and development in Australia.
Kathryn Small Sep 25 2008, 8:02AM Collaboration
IBM close to agreement with Flightdeck workers

IBM close to agreement with Flightdeck workers

Tensions at IBM’s Flightdeck facility in Baulkham Hills have eased after union members voted to accept the direction of the current negotiations.
Kathryn Small Sep 24 2008, 3:40PM Hardware
Telstra 'a disgrace' to Aussie R&D, NICTA CEO says

Telstra 'a disgrace' to Aussie R&D, NICTA CEO says

NICTA CEO David Skellern said that Telstra is 'a disgrace' and called on the federal government to give more support to the ICT industry.
Kathryn Small Sep 24 2008, 6:31AM Collaboration
Vodafone launches unlimited music downloads

Vodafone launches unlimited music downloads

Vodafone today launched an unlimited music downloads service, allowing users to download thousands of songs to their mobile phones for a fixed price per month.
Kathryn Small Sep 22 2008, 1:55PM Mobility
Telstra slams Optus for cancelling Fusion wireless broadband

Telstra slams Optus for cancelling Fusion wireless broadband

Telstra slammed Optus as 'a disaster' after Australia’s number two carrier cancelled its popular Fusion wireless broadband service.
Kathryn Small Sep 18 2008, 5:56PM Collaboration
Telstra announces pre-paid wireless broadband

Telstra announces pre-paid wireless broadband

Telstra has taken another swipe at Optus, announcing today that it will offer pre-paid access to its Next G wireless broadband network –- but Telstra’s plans are more expensive than its rivals.
Kathryn Small Sep 17 2008, 3:20PM Collaboration

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