Advertisement

Graphic blue arrows pointing up for growth

ACCC expects Telstra’s NBN rivals to grow market share in regional Australia

‘No impediment’ to marketing 5G as an NBN substitute, ACCC says


gavel / abstract binary lines  >  court judgment / fine / penalty / settlement

Queensland justice department seeks to replace legacy IT platforms

QJAS — the key database used to manage jury administration in Queensland courts — is more than three decades old and relies on a legacy platform that is no longer supported by the vendor.


sky muster ground station

Outage hits thousands of NBN Co’s Sky Muster satellite services

3000-4000 believed to be affected by outage that began on Monday


Advertisement

on call burnout

How to avoid collaboration burnout

While collaboration tools are pervasive in the enterprise, practices for smartly managing the flow of information created by and in them is not. As a result, these tools often lead to overload and burnout.


cryptojacking / cryptocurrency attack

Former U.S. regulator leads effort to create digital dollar

The project will explore how a cryptocurrency could produce a more efficient and safer means of cross-border trade, clearance and settlement.


Computerworld  |  Shark Tank
Shark Tank

Garbage in, nothing out

Those four-letter words were probably, like, ‘love,’ ‘home’ and ‘pork,’ right?


TPG Telecom logo / abstract communications network

‘Wireless attack’ on NBN’s fixed-line broadband will continue, TPG says

Telco TPG says that there is a “wireless attack” on fixed-line broadband services that will only “accelerate” as more spectrum is made available for 5G services.


ambulancevictoria 180523 1359

Why Ambulance Victoria rolled out Workplace by Facebook

Workplace by Facebook has enjoyed 81 per cent adoption across Ambulance Victoria and is increasingly used to deliver two-way communication for its 6500-strong workforce.


Security automation: locks on an assembly line.

The role of government in Australian cyber security

The Australian government has taken an increasing interest in the cyber security of private-sector organisations


facial recognition - biometric security identification

3 reasons you can’t fight facial recognition

The biometric backlash is but a brief blip. Resistance is futile. You WILL be identified. But is that good or bad?


Advertisement

Man looking through binoculars preview look watching

Windows 10 Redstone: A guide to the Insider Preview builds

Get the latest info on new preview builds of Windows 10 as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for Insider Preview Build 19546 for the Fast ring, released on Jan. 16, 2020.


Microsoft Office 365 logo

Office 365: A guide to the updates

Get the latest info on new features, bug fixes, and security updates for Office 365 for Windows as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for Version 1912 (Build 12325.20298), released Jan. 14, 2020.


hand at keyboard with Windows logo
Woody on Windows

Worried about an NSA ChainOfFools/CurveBall attack? There are lots of moving parts. Test your system.

While many researchers recommend that you install Microsoft’s January Patch Tuesday updates to fend off a not-yet-imminent attack from the CVE-2020-0601 security hole, skeptics who are concerned about buggy Windows updates can now...


IoT > Internet of Things > network of connected devices
Apple Holic

How the Xnor.ai purchase opens Apple’s AI future

What's the $200 million buy mean? Think machine imaging, smart home devices and IoT industry implementations.


keyboard laptop microsoft edge logo web browser by urupong getty images 1200x800

FAQ: Microsoft's new Edge explained

Microsoft's Chromium-based browser has officially arrived, no doubt bringing questions from users about what it means for them. We've got answers.