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Panasonic's semi-rugged 2-in-1 detachable Tablet PC arrives: ToughPad FZ-Q2

Why put up with non-rugged tablet computing and stand in the long, expensive and far queue of product repair wait times, when you could just get tough with a ToughPad FZ-Q2?

Intuit Australia wants to help foster prospering franchises

With 470,000 Aussies employed in franchises, Intuit's "global Franchise Program" seeks to help Australian small businesses succeed" while helping Intuit "become the market leader in the next five years".

Win7, 8 users being put at risk by Microsoft: Google

Google has accused Microsoft of making online life riskier for those who use Windows 7 and Windows 8, compared to those who use Windows 10, as the latest bugs are not being fixed in the older versions.

Disqus discovers hack of 17.5m user details after five years

The biggest Web comment hosting service Disqus was breached in 2012 but the company only knew of it last week, according to an announcement made on Friday.

Top research firm Forrester suffers data breach

Market research and investment advisory firm Forrester Research has suffered a data breach, with material available to its clients through Forrester.com being exposed by an attacker.

Life in the trenches: a penetration tester speaks

The fear of a loss of reputation is the primary motivator for organisations to seek penetration testing of their networks, to find out how secure they are against likely intruders, according to a senior penetration tester with security firm SecureWorks.

Seagate's 12TB drives arrive: IronWolf, IronWolf Pro, Barracuda Pro

Seagate has promised to deliver the "highest capacity, reliability and performance available on the market" with new 12TB drive for NAS and desktop computing.

ThreatMetrix spears two Leader awards in Javelin scorecard

Digital identity company ThreatMetrix is the only leader in multiple categories in Javelin Strategy and Research's Identity Proofing Platform Scorecard.

Ex-NSA man says evidence needed before trashing Kaspersky

An ex-NSA spook, who now runs his own information security company, has taken aim at his fellow professionals over their reactions to a published claim that Kaspersky Lab software was used to exfiltrate material from the home computer of an NSA employee.

Splunk chief hits back at Ellison over Oracle keynote claims

Enterprise big data aggregator Splunk has taken exception to claims about its product, made by Oracle chief executive and chief technology officer Larry Ellison during a keynote at Oracle World this week.

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