GUEST OPINION: We've all seen this movie or TV scene: A hacker sits in a shadowy room busily typing on his keyboard. The camera slowly pans around him and within a few clicks – voilà! – the protagonist has deployed a cyber attack into the highly secured target he was trying to penetrate. 'I'm in', he says.
A world-wide survey of over 2300 security decision-makers has found workers are over-worked and stressed.
The NSW Police Force has commenced utilisation of an SMS geo-targeting alert system to assist police in locating high-risk missing persons across the state.
Australia's No.1 Bank, the Commonwealth Bank, has unveiled the latest version of what it says is "Australia’s number one banking app", CommBank app 4.0, with major and very useful upgrades.
Being paid to shop has been a thing for years via coupons, but with apps and modern technologies now the norm, cashback is booming, with ShopBack now claiming #1 cashback portal status in the Asia-Pacific.
Celebrating its one-year anniversary in the APJ region with an impressive 25% growth in customers, the Sydney leg of PagerDuty's Connect conference showcased the company's success, its customers' success, panel discussions and more.
There’s a new way for schools to keep parents fully in the loop about school events, excursions, communications and much more: Australian app School Stream.
This is no deja-vu glitch, but the new reality: Telstra has entered the Matrixx to deliver real-time mobile data usage alerts to its millions of customers.
If you’re a Telstra customer who goes over your included mobile data limits, only to be hit by overage charge ’bill shock’ when the bill comes due, you’ll be the beneficiary of ACCAN’s work which has seen Telstra the first telco to send real-time alerts.
Twitter has launched 'Twitter Alerts', a new feature designed to help users during emergency events like natural disasters or major traffic disruptions for example.
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