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Australia-Singapore cable opens up new strategic data route, says Vocus

The Australia Singapore Cable network will open the door for a new strategic data route — the Great Southern Route — connecting South East Asia to North America via Australia, according to owner Vocus, when it opens for business in July 2018.

Researchers say people can be identified from released medical data

A group of researchers from Melbourne University say it is possible to re-identify people with a high degree of confidence from de-identified medical data that was released last year.

Hoyts to 'unlock power of the IoT' with Optus help

Hoyts has entered into a 5 year managed services agreement with Optus, delivering 'essential ICT solutions enabling' to 'unlock the power of the IoT' and 'improve the movie-goers' experience.'

Equinix looks for Australian, APAC growth with Metronode acquisition

US-based data centre interconnection company Equinix has entered into an agreement to acquire the Australian data centre business of Metronode for A$1.035 billion (US$792 million}.

CrowdStrike annual cyber intrusion casebook reveals fileless malware on the rise

SaaS endpoint protection provider, CrowdStrike Inc., has released its annual cyber intrusion services casebook providing valuable insights into attack tactics and the state of breach readiness across industries.

VIDEO Interview: Jazoodle CEO on how to make better business choices

A new service has launched called Jazoodle, a business forecasting platform with financial planning tools, giving you "unrivalled knowledge and insight into your business," and I spoke to its founder and CEO, Andrew Paton-Smith.

Spouses of H-1B visa holders may not get work permits in 2018

Spouses of H-1B visa holders may no longer be able to obtain work permits if a change proposed by the Trump administration takes effect next year as planned.

WaPo claims Kaspersky hand-in-glove with Russian spooks

Russian security vendor Kaspersky Lab is again under fire in the mainstream US media, with the Washington Post alleging that the co-operation it extended to the FSB, Russia's equivalent of the FBI, in getting a suspected cyber criminal jailed was an indication of "an unusual degree of closeness" to the agency which was described as "the country's powerful security service".

Twitter says just six Brexit tweets linked to Russian bodies

The British Government has rounded on Twitter for revealing that the Russian-linked entities, in this case the broadcasting service RT, spent only a little over £1000 for advertising on the referendum, called in June last year to decide whether the UK should continue to remain a part of the European Union.

Apple's Final Cut Pro X update introduces '360-Degree VR Video Editing' and more

Apple's major update to its professional video editing app not only includes 360-degree VR video editing and 8K video editing, but adds advanced colour grading, HDR support and more.

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