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NSW govt blasted over weak contracts with IT security providers

NSW govt blasted over weak contracts with IT security providers

Most providers not obliged to report incidents.
Brendon Foye Mar 2 2018, 5:31PM Security
Sydney reseller acquires NSW govt's IT services provider

Sydney reseller acquires NSW govt's IT services provider

Klikon adds public sector clout with ac3 takeover.
Allie Coyne Dec 20 2013, 10:00AM Services
Hardware procurement merger for NSW govt

Hardware procurement merger for NSW govt

Reveals new whole-of-government agreement.
Allie Coyne Jun 26 2013, 8:11AM Hardware
No IT boon in NSW budget

No IT boon in NSW budget

Police, Finance emerge as biggest winners.
Allie Coyne Jun 19 2013, 10:41AM Finance
Victoria's big new IT projects

Victoria's big new IT projects

Spending to dwarf that of ICT strategy.
Ry Crozier May 8 2013, 12:04PM Collaboration
Super fund threatens customer with vulnerability repair bill

Super fund threatens customer with vulnerability repair bill

First State Super demands to access security researcher's computer.
Darren Pauli Oct 19 2011, 9:09AM Security
Security researcher threatened with vulnerability repair bill

Security researcher threatened with vulnerability repair bill

Super fund demands access to researchers' computer after receiving a vulnerability tip off.
Darren Pauli Oct 17 2011, 8:08AM Security
Researchers claim cloud security breakthrough

Researchers claim cloud security breakthrough

Isolating workflow should block hypervisor vulnerabilities, scientists believe.
Stewart Mitchell Oct 7 2011, 9:19AM Security
Vic Govt questions NBN emergency provisions

Vic Govt questions NBN emergency provisions

Emergency scrutiny.
Ry Crozier Jun 3 2011, 9:45AM Collaboration
WA Government in $130m Microsoft refresh

WA Government in $130m Microsoft refresh

Seeks single local reseller for six-year contract.
Liz Tay May 10 2011, 4:46PM Software
Making a ‘solid’ case For SSDs

Making a ‘solid’ case For SSDs

The final barriers to the wide spread adoption of these technologies have been breached.
Joseph F. Kovar Apr 6 2011, 5:49AM Hardware
Harvey Norman State of Origin to air in 3D

Harvey Norman State of Origin to air in 3D

A landmark occassion, says Samsung boss.
Staff Writers Apr 28 2010, 4:36PM Services
CRNTech: 20 technologies to watch this year

CRNTech: 20 technologies to watch this year

The 20 technologies everyone will use this year.
Staff Writers Feb 4 2010, 12:44PM Software
Government early adopters report IT productivity boost

Government early adopters report IT productivity boost

Performance put under the microscope.
Ry Crozier Oct 23 2009, 3:12PM Data centre
WhipTail eyes world through the channel

WhipTail eyes world through the channel

Talks up product and services margins.
Staff Writers Oct 13 2009, 2:10PM Data centre
Tassie Police overhaul IT systems

Tassie Police overhaul IT systems

Tasmania Police will embark on an agency-wide modernisation and consolidation project for its IT systems.
Ry Crozier Jun 15 2009, 8:35AM Software
Symantec's State Of Spam Report

Symantec's State Of Spam Report

Mother's Day spamming messages were aligned with current malware trends that capitalise on holidays and major news events, eliciting high Web traffic, and subsequently generating potential targets for malware and fraud.
Staff Writers May 21 2009, 9:00AM Security
PHOTO GALLERY: State of the Market 2009: 10 Things to Know

PHOTO GALLERY: State of the Market 2009: 10 Things to Know

It's hard to discuss the VAR Business 2009 State of the Market survey without first addressing the white elephant in the room: the economy.
Staff Writers May 14 2009, 2:58PM Finance
DiData employee joins 3Com as Queensland state manager

DiData employee joins 3Com as Queensland state manager

Angela Hughes will head up state operations and manage a team of eight in 3Com's Brisbane branch.
Staff Writers May 5 2009, 10:00AM Collaboration
Teradata hedges bets on solid-state and spinning disks

Teradata hedges bets on solid-state and spinning disks

Massive arrays of solid state storage disks will be commonplace in large corporate data centres within three years, according to a leading vendor.
Ian Grayson Oct 15 2008, 7:49AM Data centre

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