The Necurs email botnet has made a return and, apart from spreading new variants of the Locky ransomware and the Trickybot trojan, also has new functionality that gathers telemetry data from the Windows desktop of its victims.

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WP Engine, the leading provider for managed WordPress hosting, has opened an office in Brisbane to support what it claims is a growing customer base in Australia and New Zealand.

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Certain workloads need to stay on premises for a variety of reasons such as regulatory restrictions on where the data is stored. In other situations, the cost advantages of public cloud may prevail. So most organisations are going to have a hybrid approach to IT. But how are they going to analyse data spread across multiple locations?

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Research commissioned by BlackBerry and carried out by 451 Research has found that security is a high priority for enterprise IoT deployment.

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Consumer advocate CHOICE is reminding Australians that if they're suffering "ongoing telco issues", it is possible to leave a contract without penalty, but the right steps must be taken.

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Dropbox Professional delivers "business-grade" tools to individual users, with Dropbox Showcase delivering tools to share content professionally and measure engagement, with Smart Sync yet another new tool.

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Rogue Trooper Redux delivers a High-Def remake of the 2006 game to modern devices. iTWire tried it out on the Nintendo Switch.

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A new report shows Aussies are underestimating their mobile data needs more than ever, paying $133 million, or 78% more, than the same time last year.

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Apple Pay coming to eftpos for nearly 1.6 million ANZ Access customers Featured

With eftpos the most widely used debit card system in Australia, ANZ Access customers can now CHQ and SAV their transactions using iPhones, Apple Watch and Apple Pay.

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Details emerge about 2013 Microsoft vulnerability database hack Featured

More than four years after Microsoft's internal bug-tracking database was hacked, details have emerged about the incident, only the second known break-in of such a database, via five ex-workers.

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