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  • In pictures: Norton Hornets rev up Bathurst

    In pictures: Norton Hornets rev up Bathurst

    Norton Hornets drivers James Moffat and Michael Caruso were on hand to present a cheque for $300,000 to men's charity beyondblue during the Bathust 1000. The donation is a result of the sale of Norton 360 Multi-Device boxes sold through Australian retailers since March 2013.

  • In pictures: Norton revs up Melbourne F1

    In pictures: Norton revs up Melbourne F1

    Team Norton drivers James Moffat and James Caruso took the opportunity to meet with guests of the security software company and Nissan fans during the Melbourne Formula One last weekend. Moffat finished the second race of the V8 supercar challenge in fifth place while Todd Kelly of sister team Jack Daniel’s Racing finished in eighth.

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  • How automation could take your skills -- and your job

    Nicholas Carr's essay <em>IT Doesn't Matter</em> in the Harvard Business Review in 2003, and the later book, argued that IT is shifting to a service delivery model comparable to electric utilities. It produced <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/article/2571616/it-management/it-does-so-matter-.html">debate and defensiveness</a> among IT managers over the possibility that they were sliding to irrelevancy. It's a debate that has yet to be settled. But what <em>is</em> clear is that Carr has a talent for raising timely questions, and he has done so again in his latest work <em>The Glass Cage, Automation and Us</em> (W.W. Norton &amp; Co.)

  • Malwarebytes questions poor showing in anti-malware protection-evaluation lab testing

    Dennis Technology Labs (DTL), which tests anti-malware products for effectiveness in protection, for the first time included the free version of the Malwarebytes software in the labs' competitive evaluation along with nine other vendor products, both paid and free. The results published by DTL today reveal Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free had a poor showing, with only Microsoft Security Essentials doing worse in terms of effectiveness of protection.