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  • Defence deploying $56M e-health system

    The Australian Defence Force (ADF) in December plans to complete the rollout of a $56 million e-health information system, which will be used by 2,300 health practitioners and support staff across the country.

  • ASIC opens up (some) data

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has made some of its data freely available from the federal government's open data repository, data.gov.au, the organisation has announced.

  • Australian startup snapshot: Bugwolf

    Bugwolf is a Melbourne startup that provides beta testers for enterprises and app developers seeking to speed their software to market.

  • CloudFlare can provide its caching service without your SSL keys

    CloudFlare said it has engineered a novel way to handle sensitive encryption keys that allows organizations such as financial institutions to still use its caching service to fend off cyberattacks.

  • Apple reports bump in data requests from Australian police

    In the period 1 January to 30 June, requests from Australian law enforcement agencies for data from iCloud and iTunes accounts more than doubled compared to the preceding six month period, Apple has revealed.

  • Victorian government bears brunt of privacy complaints: report

    Victorian state councils, statutory authorities and government departments generated 29 information privacy complaints to Privacy Victoria, according to its annual report.

  • Telcos, ACCAN support text messages to Triple Zero

    It’s time for the Triple Zero emergency phone number to accept more than voice calls, according to industry and consumer advocates who made submissions to the review of the national Triple Zero (000) operator.

  • Larry Ellison's best zingers: a look back

    Few CEOs have been as consistently entertaining as Larry Ellison. Love him or hate him, you can depend on him to liven up a speech with a put-down, a faux pas or a zinger for a competitor. Reporters joke that his public relations staff must take a lot of Xanax before he takes the stage. You never know what he's going to say next.

  • AUSTRAC upgrades data capture systems to track terrorism financing

    Australia's money laundering watchdog, the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre — AUSTRAC — will be boosting its IT systems using funding included in the $630 million counter-terrorism package announced by the government.

  • Queensland speed cameras to get digital upgrade

    The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is set to bring nine analog film speed cameras into the digital age, with high resolution images from the cameras to be electronically transmitted back to the QPS traffic camera office for processing.

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