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Human risk remains the ‘biggest threat ’ to organisations’ security: report

11 August 2022 in Security

Human risk remains the biggest threat to an organisation’s cybersecurity, with an unprecedented number of employees now working in hybrid…

Chan takes the reins at ACMI

11 August 2022 in People Moves

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has promoted Seb Chan to the role of director and CEO.

ACCC wants feedback on ways to reduce infant sleep product risks to help keep babies safe

11 August 2022 in Technology Regulation

The ACCC is seeking feedback on ways to reduce significant safety risks associated with products commonly used to place babies…

Cisco reveals attack on company's network by ransomware group

11 August 2022 in Security

Global networking giant Cisco has revealed that its systems have been breached, with the break-in becoming apparent on 24 May…

Foldable smartphone shipments forecast to grow by 73% this year

11 August 2022 in Mobility

Shipments of foldable smartphones have been predicted to grow by 73% year-on-year in 2022, with the forecast from tech analyst…

COVIDSafe app killed off, helped detect 2 cases at $10m a pop

11 August 2022 in Government Tech Policy

The Federal Government has killed off the COVIDSafe app that was built by the former Liberal administration, describing it as…

‘Highly sensitive’ protocols exposed to public Internet, warns ExtraHop

10 August 2022 in Security

A significant percentage of organisations expose insecure or highly sensitive protocols, including SMB, SSH, and Telnet, to the public internet,…

'Huge role’ for forest industries in emissions reduction, says Minister

10 August 2022 in Climate

Australia’s forest industries have a huge role to play in emissions reduction according to federal government Minister responsible for the…

Nine newspapers wax lyrical on 'structured water'

10 August 2022 in Open Sauce

We all know what water is – we drink it several times a day, use it to shower and also for…

Bumper load of fixes from Microsoft on August Patch Tuesday

10 August 2022 in Security

Microsoft has released patches for 118 vulnerabilities on its monthly Patch Tuesday, with one aimed at fixing a remotely-exploitable hole…

Affordability remains NBN Co's main problem, says Budde

10 August 2022 in Telecoms & NBN

The NBN Co continues to have a problem with the affordability of its network, independent telecommunications consultant Paul Budde says…

Google to add three more cloud regions in Asia-Pacific

10 August 2022 in Cloud

Google will add three more cloud regions in the Asia-Pacific, adding to the 11 it already has, the company says…

Broadband download speeds improve but upload speeds remain flat: ACCC

09 August 2022 in Technology Regulation

Australians who get their broadband through NBN fixed-line connections experienced slightly faster download speeds in May 2022 than they did…

Cypher Learning chosen as LMS provider by Sydney’s Sunshine Coast International College

09 August 2022 in Deals

Cypher Learning, a provider of intelligent learning platforms for schools, universities and organisations, has been chosen by Sunshine Coast International…

LastPass appoints new chief revenue officer, expands executive team

09 August 2022 in People Moves

Password manager specialist LastPass has appointed cybersecurity sales veteran Amy Appleyard as chief revenue officer.

Breaking IT News

Skillsoft integrates within Coursera for better learning content

11 August 2022 in Education

Learning platform Skillsoft has announced an integration partnership with Coursera that will see joint customers access Coursera for Business’ 5,000…

Queensland Government deploys Kapsch TrafficCom technology to make roads safer

11 August 2022 in Government Tech

The Queensland Government has deployed Kapsch TrafficCom’s road-side units as part of the Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems upgrade of Bruce…

The rise of biometrics, and why is it safer than passwords, according to Ping Identity

11 August 2022 in Security

Eighty-one percent of hacking-related breaches use stolen or weak passwords, according to American software company Ping Identity.

Global data centre capex to hit $541 billion by 2026, Dell’Oro Group forecasts

11 August 2022 in Data Centres

Global data centre capex is on track to reach US$377 billion ($541 billion) by 2026 with hyperscale cloud service providers…

GlobalFoundries and Qualcomm renew manufacturing agreement

11 August 2022 in Deals

Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries and Qualcomm are strengthening their existing strategic semiconductor manufacturing agreement, securing wafer supply commitments to support capacity…

Merchants deploying soft POS solutions will exceed 34.5 million by 2027: Juniper Research

11 August 2022 in Business IT

Merchants deploying soft POS solutions will surpass 34.5 million globally by 2027, rising from six million in 2022 driven by…

Maaaate... Mate offers $40 5G plan with 60GB monthly data, 500GB rollover, unlimited calls and text, and more!

10 August 2022 in Telecoms & NBN

Mobile virtual network operator and Internet provider Mate wants to be your best mate with a high value mobile plan,…

Post-pandemic security concerns elevated: survey

10 August 2022 in Security

Australian organisations are more concerned about cyberattacks than they were prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a survey published…

VIDEO Interview: Katrina Barry on how me&u transforms hospitality with better, faster service, more profits, happier staff and even happier customers

10 August 2022 in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Have you seen the me&u QR codes at Opera Bar tables and hundreds of other venues across Australia…

Ross and Thompson join ParaFlare board

10 August 2022 in People Moves

Security company ParaFlare has appointed Mandy Ross and Dr Marcus Thompson to its board as non-executive directors.

auDA Foundation opens 2022 grant round applications

10 August 2022 in Not For Profit

The auDA Foundation has opened application for its 2022 grant round, committing $600,000 funding for education, research, and community-based projects…

Aus Steel deploys Syspro to improve manufacturing operations

10 August 2022 in Deals

Residential steel frame supplier Aus Steel has selected enterprise resource planning specialist Syspro to help the company drive efficiencies in…

 

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