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The local outlet of US law firm DLA Piper, Cadbury's factory in Tasmania and TNT Express are three Australian entities which have been hit by the latest Windows ransomware attack that began in Europe overnight and has spread to other parts of the globe.

 



The Brisbane City Council has issued a second show-cause notice to tech services firm TechnologyOne over a $50 million, 10-year contract to replace 13 outdated customer service systems.

Samsung has plans to release refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note7 in July. The company had to pull it off the shelves last year due to the propensity of the device to explode.

An employee of Mozilla based in Sweden has been denied entry to the US to attend a meeting called by the foundation which is known for its Firefox browser and other open-source software.

The South Australian Government has appointed local company EscapeNet to deliver a gigabit-speed Internet service across Adelaide.

 

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