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Sunshine Coast Council on cloud nine with Pitney Bowes' 'Confirm Asset Management solution'

Global ecommerce, shipping, mailing, and data solutions provider Pitney Bowes has announced a "Software as a Service contract with Australia’s Sunshine Coast Council for the implementation of the Confirm Asset Management solution".

University of Adelaide fires up Epson projectors for 'unique' installation in main Bonython Hall

A recent "routine catch-up" between the University of Adelaide’s Information Technology and Digital Services team and Epson sales and technical staff led to "a unique solution for a difficult projection installation in the University’s main ceremonial hall".

Are you doing passwords properly?

It's time to review your password rules, according to Ping Identity senior technical architect Sarah Squire.

Developers using bogus “verified” check marks to appear more legitimate.

The makers of dodgy apps that are uploaded to the Google Play Store are tricking users into downloading them by inflating the number of times that the app has been downloaded.

Apple bans cryptocurrency mining apps from App Store

Apple has clamped down on apps that mine for cryptocurrencies, banning them from its App Store unless the mining is done in an external location like the cloud.

US sanctions Russian firms, individuals over cyber attacks

The United States Treasury has imposed sanctions on three Russian individuals and five Russian companies, claiming they have assisted the military and intelligence services in Moscow to conduct cyber attacks against Washington and its allies.

Ray Owen, CTO of  NBN Co

This year’s TelSoc Henry Sutton Oration is to be given by Ray Owen, the chief technology officer of NBN Co.

Android devices being exploited by worm, says UK researcher

Thousands of Android devices connected to the Internet are being exploited by a network worm because a feature of the mobile operating system, known as Android Debug Bridge, has been enabled by default by manufacturers.

Murdoch Uni new gaming, networking facility set to open

A new state-of-the-art networking and gaming facility at Murdoch University in Western Australia, developed in collaboration with Schneider Electric, is on track for completion in July.

No Protected cloud for you: ASD knocks back Aussie firm, but not Microsoft

The Australian Signals Directorate appears to be bending the rulebook when it comes to the granting of Protected cloud status, favouring multinational American companies and knocking back smaller Australian outfits that meet the desired criteria.

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