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ABC says no use of PageUp systems until breach issues sorted

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has advised that it will not be using the recruitment software services provided by PageUp People until issues around the data breach suffered by the company are sorted.

Juniper brings hyperscale network lessons to service providers and enterprises

Juniper Networks is on a mission to simplify the "enormous amount of complexity" in networks that has been caused by the "cloudification of the world," executive vice-president and chief technology officer Bikash Koley has told iTWire.

Red Hat extends new licence terms to all GPL projects

Open source vendor Red Hat has changed its licensing and in future all company projects that choose to use the GNU General Public Licence version 2 or the Lesser General Public Licence version 2 will have to include language from the GPLv3 that provides violators with time to rectify their offence.

Defence, satellite firms targeted by China-based computers: claim

Computers based in China are alleged to have been used to target satellite, telecommunications, defence and geospatial imaging and mapping organisations in the US and Southeast Asia in what appears to be a cyber espionage campaign, according to the American security company Symantec.

Ex-CIA man charged over leaking Vault 7 files to WikiLeaks

A former employee of both the CIA and the NSA has been charged with leaking information from the former agency to WikiLeaks which published them beginning in March 2017 under the name Vault 7.

ALDI stops using PageUp systems, warns of possible data compromise

Supermarket group ALDI has become the latest Australian business to suspend the use of its online recruitment system following the data breach at the human resources outfit PageUp People.

Australian hardcopy peripherals market in decline: IDC

Australian shipments of hardcopy peripherals fell 8.8% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2018 to 446,000 units, according to the latest report on the market from global analyst firm IDC.

Adobe deepens Microsoft integrations

Adobe has announced new integrations between Document Cloud and Microsoft's cloud applications, and added functionality to its Scan mobile app.

The day IT operations got its mojo back

The advent of site reliability engineering and observability gives new skills and techniques to the operations side of DevOps, says Andi Mann, chief technology advocate for machine data aggregator and analysis vendor, Splunk.

Australia staking claim as major player in APAC data centre market

Cloud providers are the fastest growing segment of most Australian data centre providers, according to one telecoms analyst who says major global cloud service providers have huge growth expectations for the Asia Pacific region and are investing their capital to reflect their rapid growth.

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