Why on Earth would a tech startup want to see a lawyer? You might expect lawyers to cost a lot of money and be naysayers that impede start-up progress, but it turns out they can actually be useful - according to lawyer and business expert Elise Margow.
The week of Monday 28 June, 2021, is when those who are registered for Windows Insider Program can freely and legally download the first Windows 11 Insider Preview build - here's what you need to do.
This is part three of a three part video series and discussion on Australia's cybersecurity legislation, looking at the Federal Australian Government’s mandatory data retention laws.
The first in a three part discussion on Australia's cybersecurity legislation covering changes to critical infrastructure laws, surveillance laws and mandatory data retention laws has been published by Peter Coroneos, the International Vice President of CyAN, the Cybersecurity Advisors Network.
Since December 2020, Rajiv Ramaswami, the former COO of Products and Cloud Services at VMware, has been the President and CEO of Nutanix, with a lawsuit now underway.
Australian law firm Maurice Blackburn has partnered with digital business consulting company DB Results to build an online wills platform using visual application development platform provider OutSystems.
GUEST CONTRIBUTION By Dean Chester, CoolTechZone: How often do we see advertisements hailing a service as “the best VPN for Netflix” as if that is the primary reason to use a virtual private network? Quite often, and sometimes they are made by the providers themselves.
GUEST CONTRIBUTION: How often do we see advertisements hailing a service as “the best VPN for Netflix” as if that is the primary reason to use a virtual private network? Quite often, and sometimes they are made by the providers themselves.
Legaltech startup and online dispute resolution platform Immediation has officially launched in Australia in a move the company says takes commercial disputes out of the courtroom and online.
New Zealand budget telco Skinny has written to Kogan Mobile, complaining about the latter's use of the colour orange on its web site.
Australian and Asian legal document and digital solutions provider Law In Order is using security firm Darktrace’s cyber AI platform to protect sensitive client information.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has warned against the issue of intellectual property being politicised and says that using IP as a political tool will destroy confidence in patent protection.
A Russian court fined Facebook 3000 roubles for ignoring local data protection laws – just A$65. However, this may be the start of much bigger problems for Facebook, leading to being banned from Russia.
Law firm MinterEllison has acquired technology advisory and benchmarking firm ITNewcom in a deal it claims is a “sector-transforming move”.
Online training and e-learning platform provider Velpic has partnered with national law firm, Mills Oakley, to launch a new training and management system designed specifically for schools.
A new Q&A expertise platform has launched to "empower consumers to make better decisions" regarding "home loans, super, legal, real estate, business, cars, insuranc"’ and more.
CompTIA has launched a free legal resources service for its premier members in Australia.
Sitting atop Australia’s pay television throne is Foxtel, and it’s offering special pricing to new Foxtel Play customers who can’t wait to see what happens to Jon Snow in GoT Season 6.
The end of October saw UberX legalised in Canberra, now 18 December sees its legalisation in NSW - is Victoria next?
Many of Australia’s small businesses are non-compliant with government regulatory requirements, according to a newly published survey.
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