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Three firms demo successful trans-Atlantic encryption at 100Gbps

Engineers from Ericsson, Telstra and Ciena have completed a successful trial of continuous data encryption at 100Gbps over a distance of 21,940 kms using multiple cable systems.

Are Facebook, Google and Amazon too big?

The question in the US today is whether Silicon Valley's biggest players need the same grilling usually reserved for Wall Street.

The need for data-driven DevOps and how to start

In IT, we well know what gets measured gets improved, but our own teams may still be operating on best intentions. Data-driven DevOps matters, says Andi Mann, chief technology advocate at Splunk, and you can have it in your business.

Splunk announces new pricing, including free version

Splunk announced new flexible pricing programs at its annual Splunk .conf event, today in Washington DC, including free options.

New Meteor vulnerability disclosed, urgent update recommended

Meteor has disclosed a recently discovered vulnerability which can break MongoDB protections.

David Cassidy Kyckr

Australian-listed regulatory technology company Kyckr has signed a content agreement with IBM New York for the use of Kyckr’s services in IBM client projects globally.

Marissa Senzaki, Weploy

Australian on-demand recruitment start-up Weploy has appointed former Silicon Valley recruiter Marissa Senzaki as head of Talent Acquisition and Weployee Experience.

Researchers benefit from CSIRO investment in one of world’s ‘most sophisticated’ satellites

The CSIRO says it has secured access to one of the world's most sophisticated high-performance satellites, giving Australian scientists direct control over which data the satellite collects over the region, and putting the national science agency at the forefront of Australia's civilian space science sector.

Employers struggle with skills matching to meet demand: Index

There is a talent mismatch between the skills jobseekers possess and those employers want, according to a new report showing that despite an existing pool of labour, Australian employers in high-skill industries still find it difficult to fill jobs that require highly-skilled professionals.

Crestron scores with Rooney as new national sales manager

Control and automation technology company Crestron has appointed Trevor Rooney as national sales manager for residential markets.

Researcher outlines way to exfiltrate Mac passwords

Some of the gloss has been taken off Apple's release of its High Sierra update for macOS on Monday, with ex-NSA hacker Patrick Wardle demonstrating a way to steal plaintext passwords that are stored in the Mac keychain.

UK’s Appetise raising capital for Australian market debut

UK online marketplace for takeaway and delivery restaurants, Appetise, is preparing to enter the Australian market, opening a $4.8 million to $6.8 million initial public offering ahead of a planned listing on the ASX in November.

Why the ABC should steer clear of talking about the NBN

The ABC is considered by many to be top dog when it comes to intelligent discourse on the more serious topics that concern this country. Yet, when it comes to technology, the ABC often shows that it has no clue at all.

Red Hat on track to hit US$2b+ revenue for third year running

Red Hat is on track to record a third year of US$2 billion-plus revenue, with results for the second quarter of fiscal 2018 showing the company had raked in US$723 million, an increase of 21% on the corresponding quarter a year ago.

Apple climbs to US$184b to remain as world’s most valuable brand

Apple and Google have topped the list as the world’s most valuable brands for the fifth consecutive year as the technology sector continues to dominate global brand rankings.

Hawaiki trans-Pacific cable system ready for deployment

The deployment of the 14,000km Hawaiki trans-Pacific cable system has reached the point where it is in the final stages of being loaded into the two cable-laying ships.

WhatsApp largely blocked in China: report

The popular messaging app WhatsApp appears to have been largely blocked in China, an American newspaper claims.

Cryptocurrency miner found on Showtime websites

The Coinhive miner which mines for the Monero cryptocurrency was found on the websites of Showtime Networks on Saturday but the company has yet to make any public statement about it.

Image properties easily visible in new Vivaldi release

The company behind Vivaldi, a browser that is aimed at power users, has released version 1.12 with three new features, including the ability to see image properties within the browser itself.

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