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D-Link’s next-gen Layer 3 stackable managed gigabit switches switch on in A/NZ

Promising a “comprehensive L2+/L3 switching solution for business networks of all sizes”, D-Link’s DGS-3630 series has arrived with “advanced software features and a lifetime warranty".

Texas engineering firm leaks Oracle, Dell data on Web

Texas electrical engineering operator Power Quality Engineering has exposed electrical infrastructure data compiled by its engineers on such companies as Dell, the City of Austin, SBC, Freescale, Oracle and Texas Instruments to public view on the Internet.

Avaya enters plan support agreement to exit chapter 11

California-based telco Avaya has entered into a plan support agreement following its filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy in January.

VIDEO Interview: Patrick Johnston, the savvy Savvius VP in the Spotlight

Network performance management company Savvius has launched its new distribution partner in Australia, and its PartnerOne programme alongside its entire suite including the new Savvius Spotlight.

An Apple Store in play restores shopping mall heyday

Analysts and commercial real estate executives know that an Apple Store in a retail mall serves as would an apple a day in keeping the doctor away, with the doctor being the Dr Death of retail in the age of Amazon.

Aussie wins silver medal at Adobe Certified World Championship in California

From over 110,000 entries worldwide, and 47 finalists, West Australian Elliot Tawns has won the silver medal for graphic design at the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship in Anaheim, California.

Hackers behind pro-Islamic group exposed by Group-IB

Russian security vendor Group-IB has revealed what it says are the identities behind a hacking group known as the United Islamic Cyber Force which openly supports radical Islamic movements.

Malicious cloud content increasingly arriving on secure connections

Cloud security company Zscaler claims that the amount of malicious content being transmitted over SSL/TLS has more than doubled over the last six months.

Man jailed for role in spreading Linux malware

A man who helped spread malware that exploited the OpenSSH software to steal login credentials has been jailed for 46 months and will be deported after serving his term.

Researcher details method for sandboxing Windows Defender

A security researcher has created a means of running Windows Defender within a sandbox so that any attacks on it do not take down the entire Windows system on which it is running.

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