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  • Top 100 face security breach report scheme

    The Federal Government has abandoned plans to appoint a dedicated cyber security tsar to protect Australia's national information infrastructure (NII), but is moving ahead with plans to implement a national reporting scheme to monitor security breaches within Australia's top 100 companies.

  • Nielsen: China has 56.5 million potential Net users

    At the RSA conference in February, Microsoft Corp. unveiled MBSA (Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer), developed with Shavlik Technologies, to help identify missing patches, hotfixes, and other important security configurations.

  • Council showcases broadband technology

    A city council in Western Australia is boasting the implementation of Australia's biggest computer-based, wide-area network telephone system.

  • Less work, more workers squeeze IT job market

    IT professionals are finding it hard to secure employment as the IT job market struggles to recover, according to the results of a Computerworld Quickpoll.

  • ESM a minefield

    A very fine line determines whether enterprise systems management (ESM) solutions are the eighth wonder of the world or the kiss of death.

  • WebPutty, Telelogic target change management

    WebPutty and Telelogic AB on Monday separately detailed change and configuration management offerings intended to make it easier to alter business systems.

  • HP/COMPAQ: HP decision still hangs in the balance

    Judge William B. Chandler has yet to rule on the fate of the Hewlett Packard Co./Compaq Computer Corp. merger, but the two sides continue jockeying for position in the hearing that ended last week.

  • Quantum bulks up with NAS appliance

    Quantum beefed up its networked storage product line Monday with the announcement of a new Linux-based appliance targeted at small and medium-size businesses.

  • BEA readies WebLogic Server 7.0

    BEA Systems on Tuesday plans to announce the availability of WebLogic Server Version 7.0, boasting new Web services and Java support.

  • Final Mozilla browser beta readies attack

    While the war between heavyweight Web browsers like Netscape Communication's Navigator and Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) continues to fester, the final version of Mozilla, an open source program that users say could out-trump both big-brand browsers, is set to make its debut.

  • EMC uncorks CAS

    Eyeing a growing market for technology that speeds the delivery of large files stored in colossal databases, EMC on Monday unveiled a new storage architecture and a new type of storage server at a launch event here headed by EMC Chief Executive Officer Joe Tucci.

  • Caldera announces support for other Linux versions

    In a move to increase revenue and its services business, Linux and Unix vendor Caldera International will now offer global support for other brands of Linux, including those of Red Hat Inc. and SuSE Linux AG.

  • May launch for Nokia's BIG-IP 2000 application switch

    Nokia will begin shipping its BIG-IP 2000 application switch to all major markets worldwide by the end of May, the Espoo, Finland, company announced Monday.

  • Sanctum boosts tests, reports in AppScan 3.0

    Sanctum announced version 3.0 of its AppScan application security audit tool Monday, adding a bundle of enhancements to the product's testing and reporting features, as well as boosting its performance.

  • PeopleSoft bolsters human resources, CRM offerings

    Building on its roots in human resources software, PeopleSoft this week is introducing products aimed to help customers more efficiently train, cultivate and compensate their workforce.

  • Multimedia tools target enterprise content

    RealNetworks and Sonic Foundry this week rolled out enterprise-level video creation and streaming tools designed to drive the use of multimedia for delivering business content.

  • UDDI endures reality check debate

    Although UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) has not yet fulfilled its promise to become the public registration technology for Web services, the concept is gaining a steady foothold, a panel of members said during a session here at the Software Development Conference and Expo on Thursday.

  • HP/COMPAQ: Brandling to be HP's Aussie boss

    With resolution of the Hewlett-Packard and Compaq merger yet to be finalised, Compaq boss Paul Brandling has been selected to run the new HP in Australia.

  • IBM staff to challenge executive pay structure

    IBM will be confronted at its shareholders meeting on Tuesday by employees calling for assurances that Big Blue will exclude pension fund income from the calculation of executive bonuses and other performance-based compensation, the Communications Workers of America Local 1701, Alliance@IBM union said Monday.

  • Motorola chip unit looks to network edge

    Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector on Monday pushed its programmable network processor lineup toward the edge of the service-provider network, announcing the C-3e Network Processor and Q-3 Traffic Management Coprocessor.

  • CIOs are finding agility through cloud-based communications

    Companies grappling with new customer expectations turn to Communication-as-a-Service model (CaaS) for a more agile, cloud-based omnichannel experience.

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