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Microsoft details Rustock botnet takedown

Microsoft details Rustock botnet takedown

A million bots at a loose end, still infected.
Liam Tung Mar 21 2011, 8:59AM Security
IBM resumes $55m Australian tax battle

IBM resumes $55m Australian tax battle

Subsidiary reduced reliance on IP rights.
Liz Tay Mar 9 2011, 6:31AM Hardware
ACTA leak: ISPs to be bound by new rules

ACTA leak: ISPs to be bound by new rules

Australia mute as the Kiwis ask the questions.
Brett Winterford Mar 2 2010, 6:08PM Services
Queensland Govt shared network settles on 3Com

Queensland Govt shared network settles on 3Com

Multi-million dollar standing arrangement inked.
Staff Writers Jan 20 2010, 12:04PM Collaboration
Day 20: iiNet refuses to play police for film industry

Day 20: iiNet refuses to play police for film industry

iiNet continues closing statements.
Ry Crozier Nov 19 2009, 3:34PM Services
Day 19: Film studio “prism” distorts iiNet activities

Day 19: Film studio “prism” distorts iiNet activities

ISP’s barrister presents an alternate reading.
Ry Crozier Nov 14 2009, 9:42AM Collaboration
Interception law reforms come under attack

Interception law reforms come under attack

Proposed changes deemed "scary" by civil rights experts.
Ben Grubb Aug 13 2009, 3:12PM Collaboration
Privacy law update expected within weeks

Privacy law update expected within weeks

Government "working night and day".
Munir Kotadia Aug 3 2009, 8:30AM Strategy
Only a "digital Pearl Harbour" can save us

Only a "digital Pearl Harbour" can save us

A tidal shift is needed on co-operation.
Ry Crozier Jul 9 2009, 10:49AM Security
PBL to push ahead with in-house printing

PBL to push ahead with in-house printing

PBL Media has hit back at claims that its planned in-house printing and distribution facility for its ACP magazines business is unlikely to be built, saying that “everything is moving ahead”.
Daniel Fitzgerald Jul 1 2009, 3:06PM Hardware
Integrators must hold their customer's hand, says Symantec

Integrators must hold their customer's hand, says Symantec

More than half of SMB respondents to Symantec's 2009 Global Small and Mid-sized Business (SMB) Security and Storage survey in Australia and New Zealand, experienced security breaches.

Lilia Guan May 12 2009, 1:30PM Security
Case study: BigHand software fast ROI at law firm

Case study: BigHand software fast ROI at law firm

Technology law firm Simpson Grierson based in New Zealand has completed one of the most successful firm-wide IT implementations it has ever undertaken.
Staff Writers Apr 22 2009, 9:00AM Collaboration
Nokia denies threatening to leave Finland

Nokia denies threatening to leave Finland

Mobile phone giant Nokia has publicly denied claims that it could transfer its headquarters out of Finland if the country's laws on electronic surveillance are not changed.
Sylvie Barak Feb 4 2009, 7:31AM Mobility
Non-equilibrium chips could avoid overheating laptops

Non-equilibrium chips could avoid overheating laptops

Researchers are re-examining the Second Law of Thermodynamics in a bid to manage heat from laptops and other miniaturised electronics.
Liz Tay Oct 3 2008, 10:06AM Hardware
Identity theft bill set for approval

Identity theft bill set for approval

A new identity theft bill is set to become US federal law. The security bill has already headed to the President's desk.
Shaun Nichols Sep 22 2008, 2:25PM Security
Mandatory data breach disclosure recommended in privacy law reforms

Mandatory data breach disclosure recommended in privacy law reforms

The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has recommended the Australian government introduces mandatory data breach disclosure laws, in its final privacy report released today.
Negar Salek Aug 12 2008, 10:17AM Security
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.
Staff Writers Nov 29 2006, 1:28PM Strategy
Sun blasts 'insufficient' Moore's Law

Sun blasts 'insufficient' Moore's Law

Moore's Law is unable to keep up with the computing demands of Web 2.0 companies and enterprises that rely heavily on simulations and data analysis, according to Jonathan Schwartz, chief executive at Sun Microsystems.
Tom Sanders Oct 19 2006, 8:44AM Collaboration
Time prints money for law firm

Time prints money for law firm

Cornerstone rolls out reduces print downtime for Gilbert + Tobin.
Sholto Macpherson Sep 18 2006, 4:28PM Hardware
California court grants Toshiba new trial in Lexar case

California court grants Toshiba new trial in Lexar case

Toshiba said on Friday that a California court has granted the company a new trial on more than US$465 million in damages a jury had previously awarded Lexar Media.
Staff Writers Dec 5 2005, 10:56AM Collaboration

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