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Tuesday, 25 October 2005 18:40

Babel Fish becoming a reality

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In Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, the universal language translator was a fish. NEC claims to have turned science fiction into reality, on a chip.

Tuesday, 25 October 2005 16:20

Survey finds spyware top security issue

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Australian businesses see spyware as their top web security issue, above employees accessing unauthorised Internet sites and web-based viral threats and malware.

Staff using Hotmail accounts can cause massive security risks for their employers, as demonstrated this month when the Sober.R virus disrupted a major company, warned and Australian information security expert.

Sunday, 23 October 2005 16:55

Lucent launches multiservice access platform

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Lucent Technologies has joined the ranks of vendors offering a multimedia access platform, the successor the simpler DSLAM and a platform which can support deliver of a huge range of IP based services using a variety of transmission media.

Thursday, 20 October 2005 18:47

BigAir expands Sydney coverage

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Sydney broadband wireless access provider, BigAir has boosted coverage across Sydney and into the Western suburbs with the addition of three new base stations, that extend coverage to Blacktown, North Ryde, Baulkham Hills, Homebush, Seven Hills, Wetherill Park and beyond.

Global Crossing claims to have become the first global VoIP provider whose enterprise VoIP) solutions portfolio is fully compliant with Avaya's SIP telephony solutions.

Wednesday, 19 October 2005 19:58

TippingPoint launches anti-phishing solution

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3Com security division, TippingPoint, has launched what it claims is the first comprehensive network-based solution to block phishing attempts and guard against identity theft.

Honeywell Australia's boss told attendees at the Smart Borders Conference in Sydney yesterday that the nation's current security needs could only be met by a new generation of integrated systems.

Wednesday, 19 October 2005 18:55

BroadSoft adds Windows video softphone to IP centrex

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IP centrex developer, BroadSoft, has announced BroadWorks Communicator - a Windows-based softphone integrated with its BroadWorks hosted VoIP platform, allowing audio of video calls to be placed from a PC over a high-speed Internet connection.

Wednesday, 19 October 2005 18:52

IronPort issues biggest ever software upgrade

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Email security specialist, IronPort Systems, has released a new version of its AsyncOS operating system with many new features describing it as "the largest software release in the company's five-year history."

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