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Tuesday, 25 October 2011 13:56

WikiLeaks in a hole

Following the launch of CableGate nearly a year ago and the seemingly acrimonious departure of a number of key team-members, WikiLeaks now finds itself in a good deal of trouble.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 12:06

CBA attack dogs growl at computer giants

The Commonwealth Bank has a rich history of taking on the IT sector - eight years ago it was then CEO David Murray who launched a blistering attack on computer companies, and now the bank's group executive of enterprise services and CIO, Michael Harte has come out swinging against technology companies which have clung to legacy pricing models and vendor lock in.

The Bank of America is planning to install Cisco Telepresence videoconferencing technology in 200 rooms around the world in what will be the largest installation of its kind.

Published in Networking
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