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US govt agencies given deadline to patch Windows Zerologon bug

22 September 2020 in Security

US federal agencies were given until midnight on Monday (2pm Tuesday AEDT) to patch a critical hole in Windows that…

NBN Co announcement: Labor says Libs now recognise that fibre is better

22 September 2020 in Telecoms & NBN

Labor shadow communications minister Michelle Rowland says the announcement made by NBN Co on Tuesday, about spending up to $700…

Communications Alliance calls for Government cooperation on critical infrastructure reforms

22 September 2020 in Telecoms & NBN

Telecoms lobby group and peak industry body Communications Alliance has called on Government to work together with the telecommunications industry…

Sec firm claims only way to stop ransomware is to ban ransom payments

22 September 2020 in Security

A security firm that is deeply involved in the business of combating ransomware has called for a government ban on…

NBN Co to create 240 business fibre zones, including 85 in regions

22 September 2020 in Telecoms & NBN

The NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network has announced it will spend up to $700 million…

Tasmanian uni leaks info of 20,000 students due to SharePoint stuff-up

22 September 2020 in Security

The personal information of nearly 20,000 students at the University of Tasmania has been exposed due to misconfiguration of a…

How do you securely provide access to your data for the people who ought to access it?

22 September 2020 in Security

iTWire asked a number of IT security executives for their best thoughts on secure data access in this unusual distributed…

Ericsson acquires Cradlepoint in US$1.1 billion deal

21 September 2020 in Business Telecommunications

Swedish telecommunications equipment giant Ericsson has acquired US wireless network vendor Cradlepoint in a deal valued at US$1.1 billion (A$1.52…

Victorian investment focus with new start-ups database

21 September 2020 in Government Tech Policy

Victorian startup agency LaunchVic has unveiled a free, open-source database for Victorian start-ups aimed at driving investment and to showcase…

Vocus signs three-year deal to provide national services for ATO

21 September 2020 in Business Telecommunications

Fibre and network solutions provider Vocus has signed a three-year deal to provide secure national data and Internet services to…

Real estate rental advertising scams fleece renters of their money, warns Scamwatch

21 September 2020 in Security

Australians have already lost over $300,000 to rental and accommodation scams this year - an increase of 76% compared to…

Anglicare Sydney says 17GB of data exfiltrated during ransomware attack

21 September 2020 in Security

About 17GB of data has been exfiltrated from Anglicare Sydney, a Christian not-for-profit that supports people across the greater Sydney…

US court blocks decision on WeChat as Oracle TikTok deal approved

21 September 2020 in Government Tech Policy

A judge in the US has blocked the government from implementing a decision to make it mandatory for Apple and…

Citing national security, US bans downloads of TikTok, WeChat

19 September 2020 in Government Tech Policy

The United States has banned the downloading of TikTok and WeChat by residents, claiming this would be a threat to…

Vic police not rated highly for ethics or honesty: Roy Morgan survey

18 September 2020 in Market

The Victoria Police do not rate highly among the citizens of the state when it comes to honesty or ethical…

APAC 5G factory post-COVID-19 revenues to recover to US$60 billion in 2030

17 September 2020 in Business Telecommunications

COVID-19 initially slowed mobile phone sales in the Asia Pacific and disrupted supply chains and demand for certain 5G-related end…

Amazon to sell Spacetalk in the UK in deal with MGM Wireless

17 September 2020 in Resellers

Ecommerce giant Amazon is signed up to sell MGM Wireless’ Spacetalk all-in-one kid’s smartphone watch and GPS device in the…

Fears over ‘permanent’ loss of research talent from university sector with job cuts

17 September 2020 in Government Tech Policy

Australia’s peak body for science and technology, Science & Technolgy Australia (STA), fears the permanent loss of talent from the…

Breaking IT News

Y Soft, Brother NZ team for SafeQ delivery

22 September 2020 in Deals

New Zealand businesses will be able to more easily use Y Soft's SafeQ print and scan management system on Brother…

Five new business projectors from Epson

22 September 2020 in Hardware

Epson's latest clutch of video projectors for the business market feature image sizes up to 320in (8.1m), resolutions up to…

Emesent gets funding boost from In-Q-Tel investment

22 September 2020 in Deals

CSIRO Data61 alumni and drone autonomy company Emesent has announced new investment in its business by In-Q-Tel in a move…

KnowBe4 promotes free Social Media online safety course to conquer human error

22 September 2020 in Security

In advance of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in the US, held every year in October, KnowBe4 is offering a…

NEC replaces microwave radio platform after 29 years servicing aviation

22 September 2020 in Market

NEC has completed replacement of one of its first Australian digital microwave radio systems after 29 years of uninterupted service…

Open-source vendor SUSE says third-quarter revenue grew by 14%

22 September 2020 in Open Source

Germany-based open source company SUSE says it increased revenue by 14% year-on-year in the third quarter of its financial year,…

Zag, Hydro Tasmania overcome pandemic to deliver ERP systems conversion to S/4HANA remotely

22 September 2020 in Strategy

SAP specialist Zag has completed the remote conversion of Hydro Tasmania’s legacy SAP on-premises enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to…

New Relic takes on two sales executives

22 September 2020 in People Moves

Software tools provider New Relic has made two sales appointments.

Australia 5G ban will cost Huawei more than 1000 jobs locally

22 September 2020 in Business Telecommunications

The full effect of Australia's ban on Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei technologies playing a role in the country's 5G…

WEBINAR THIS FRIDAY 25/9/20 Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Coroneos talk geopolitics, the Internet and democracy: how does this all play out?

21 September 2020 in Strategy

Are we there yet? Coroneos will ask Turnbull to consider at what point the subversion of social media and post-truth…

Rajkovic leads ANZ sales at Commvault

21 September 2020 in People Moves

Data management vendor Commvault has appointed David Rajkovic to the role of ANZ area vice president of sales.

Belkin first to bring GaN chargers to major Australian retail stores

21 September 2020 in Home Tech

GaN is gallium nitride technology, and it is primarily used to make laptop and phone chargers smaller and more powerful,…

Another local IT company falling into foreign hands

21 September 2020 in Listed Tech

India-based HCL Technologies has agreed to acquire ASX-listed DWS.

SolarWinds Service Desk can transform your IT Dept from chaos to calm

21 September 2020 in Enterprise Solutions

Out of all the factors that make an IT team successful or otherwise, one of the most crucial is the…

Tubi.TV's free streaming platform grows 242% in Australia YoY

21 September 2020 in Entertainment

Tubi is billed as "the world's largest ad-supported video on demand service with over 20,000 movies and TV shows from…

Migrant business, investment visas help to counter lack of domestic capital

21 September 2020 in Strategy

The Australian Government’s reissuing of 188C Business Innovation and Investment visas and allocation of interim places to high net worth…

BrainStorm IT, Syspro ink deal for Australian market

21 September 2020 in Resellers

Melbourne headquartered enterprise software development company BrainStorm IT has signed up with global enterprise resource planning (ERP) specialist Syspro as…

Maze suspected in German ransomware attack that caused woman's death

21 September 2020 in Security

The ransomware used in an attack on Duesseldorf University Clinic last week, which led to the death of a woman,…

Newly formed Ampion beats Capgemini to Australia Post deal

21 September 2020 in Deals

Two Australian tech businesses, Shelde and Revolution IT, have merged to form Ampion to offer locals the capabilities of a…

Seagate goes big with 18TB drives

21 September 2020 in Storage & Cloud Storage

The 18TB version of Seagate Technology's Exos X18 hard drive is now shipping.

Accenture tips $3B into Cloud First unit

18 September 2020 in Enterprise Cloud

Professional services firm Accenture has formed Accenture Cloud First to help clients adopt (you guessed it!) cloud first policies.








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