Australia will be left behind if the government bans the nation’s telcos from using 5G equipment supplied by Huawei, the chairperson of the Chinese company’s local subsidiary has warned.
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The Federal Court has found that Apple “engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct, or conduct that was likely to mislead or deceive” in connection with so-called ‘Error 53’, which was encountered by iPhone and iPad owners after the devices had been repaired by a third-party service.
MYOB has dumped it plan to acquire Reckon’s Accountant Group Assets, the ASX-listed software company announced this morning.
Chipmakers Intel and AMD have confirmed the existence of a new category of the Spectre vulnerability, which exploits the speculative execution features of modern CPUs.
Kevin Russell has been appointed Vocus Group CEO and managing director.
Microsoft has taken another step towards allowing its Azure customers to leverage the capabilities of the field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) that the company has installed in its cloud data centres.
IAG is “right in the thick” of attempting to move its traditional workloads from its data centres into the cloud — and that’s forcing its security team to “fundamentally rethink” and challenge past methods that the insurer has used to protect its data, according to Ian Cameron.
ANZ group CEO Shayne Elliott says the bank has so far shifted more than 3000 employees in its Australian and technology divisions into teams that use Agile methodologies and aims to boost that figure to 13,000 by the end of the year.
ASX Limited, the operator of the Australian Securities Exchange, has released new details of the system inspired by Bitcoin’s blockchain technology that will replace CHESS: The Clearing House Electronic Subregister System.
Vocus Group has decided against selling its New Zealand business, announcing today that it has “ceased all discussions with interested parties in the sale process”.
Even in the wake of high-profile malware campaigns such as the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware waves, businesses are still failing to get the security basics right when it comes to employee awareness training and patching vulnerabilities.
The stage may be being set for a significant campaign of malware-facilitated blackmail, according to the regional head of Malwarebytes.
The growth of “confidential computing” approaches will help clear away any “last mile barriers” for enterprises that are concerned about processing highly sensitive data in the cloud, Microsoft Azure chief technology officer Mark Russinovich believes.
Former Microsoft Australia chief executive Steve Vamos will take on the CEO role at Xero, effective 1 April.
Google has detailed its plans to use its open source AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) framework to bring dynamic content to emails.