• How to decommission a data center

    Decommissioning a data center is lot more complicated than shutting down servers and switches. Here’s what you should keep in mind.

    20 Sept. 19 20:00 Written by Andy Patrizio
  • Cyber security needs rebels

    Cyber security needs “rascals” not hand-raisers who won’t question authority. But the problem is that the education system is not typically geared towards generating the kind of rebellious spirits that the sector needs, according to UNSW professor of cyber security Richard Buckland.

    20 Sept. 19 15:50 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Zoho launches A/NZ cloud region

    Six months after flagging plans for a local data centre, cloud software vendor Zoho has launched its A/NZ cloud.

    20 Sept. 19 07:00 Written by Samira Sarraf
  • Oracle pits GraalVM against Google Go

    Oracle touts the fast startup and small memory footprint of the polyglot VM, which will soon be upgraded to Java 11

    20 Sept. 19 02:00 Written by Paul Krill
  • How Slack helps Iress innovate and ship code

    Slack’s communications platform has played a key role in helping Australian-headquartered financial software publisher Iress promote collaboration among its geographically dispersed workforce. However, it is also central to the build pipelines of Iress’ developers as well as playing a key role when it comes to the ops.

    19 Sept. 19 16:39 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • QLD closes investigation on former eHealth boss

    Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) said on Thursday that there was insufficient evidence to commence a criminal prosecution against the state’s former eHealth chief, Dr Richard Ashby.

    19 Sept. 19 14:53 Written by Byron Connolly
  • Apple spars with EU as US$14 billion Irish tax dispute drags on

    Apple accused the European Commission of misunderstanding its business on day two of the iPhone maker's appeal against a US$14 billion tax order, in a dispute that is key to the EU's drive to collect more taxes but which could also run for years.

    19 Sept. 19 13:57 Written by Reuters
  • Ziggy Switkowski to continue as NBN Co chair

    NBN Co chair Dr Ziggy Switkowski was been given another three-year term, finance minister Senator Mathias Cormann and communications minister Paul Fletcher announced today.

    19 Sept. 19 13:24 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • ATMs, traffic lights can now use NBN infrastructure

    NBN Co has launched a new ‘Network Extensions’ option that allows operators of ATMs and traffic and environmental infrastructure to use the company’s network to connect their devices.

    19 Sept. 19 12:49 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • Why Australian organisations need to adopt a cloud-native approach

    Many businesses are hitting a wall when it comes to delivering value and innovation from their cloud strategy. That’s because they have mainly focused on application migration – moving old apps and functionality onto a cloud platform. While this model was effective for a while, being in the cloud now carries much more importance to Australian organisations.

    19 Sept. 19 03:00 Written by Harshu Deshpande, Accenture
  • Insights from Inspire

    Following a recent trip to the US to attend the Microsoft Inspire conference, I was prompted to reflect on some key themes that emerged and examine; how we are putting these into practice across organisations in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), and what the most pressing actions organisations should be taking.

    19 Sept. 19 02:00 Written by Damian Zammit, Thomas Duryea Logicalis & CompTIA
  • Seek warns of phishing campaign

    Seek has warned of a phishing campaign that impersonates the job posting service’s head of digital marketing, Christophe Eymery.

    18 Sept. 19 19:13 Written by Rohan Pearce
  • How to handle common cyber security threats

    Cyberattacks are one of the top risks facing the world in 2019

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