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Details emerge about 2013 Microsoft vulnerability database hack

More than four years after Microsoft's internal bug-tracking database was hacked, details have emerged about the incident, only the second known break-in of such a database, via five ex-workers.

Telco complaints from consumers, SMBs still rife, NBN complaints soar

Residential consumer and small business complaints against telcos continue to plague the telecommunications industry and there’s no sign of the connection problems being reduced despite industry and regulator efforts to overcome the problems.

ACCAN says telco complaints systemic, better consumer protections needed

The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network says the massive rise of 41% in complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman indicates there are systemic issues with customer service in the industry, and a genuine need to update consumer protections.

AUSTRALIAN LAUNCH VIDEO: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and Mixed Reality headsets now available

The latest version of Windows 10 can now be downloaded to Windows 10 PCs around the world, with a stack of new features, UI improvements, Cortana improvements, Mixed Reality headsets and more.

OVH: how to choose your data centre SSDs and NVMes wisely

French-owned global cloud computing company, OVH, has been in the news several times this year, from buying VMWare's vCloud Air business, to supporting start-ups, issuing an SSD and NVMe white paper and even holding its 2017 Cloud Summit as I type.

Win big: Brother turns 40th, gives resellers chance at major rewards

Your favourite tech reseller is presumably set to let you know about Brother's range of products as the company offers resellers a chance at winning adrenaline-pumping thrilling rewards.

Telstra on the defensive as increased competition heats up

Telstra has defended its recent poor financial performance as it faces the strong headwinds of stiff market competition and a big hit to its revenues from the national broadband network.

Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront II Playstation 4 blasts into orbit

Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia has unveiled two limited edition Playstation 4 bundles with a Star Wars Battlefront II theme to celebrate destroying the Death Star, or, perhaps the release of Star Wars Battlefront II.

Reckon selects TidyStock for SMB inventory management

Australian cloud accounting provider Reckon has inked a deal with Tidy International to integrate its cloud-based stock and inventory management system, TidyStock, into Reckon One.

McAfee offers users advice after WPA2 crack report

While the flaw in the WPA2 protocol reported overnight compromises wireless networks, point-to-point encryption between devices and websites or applications should still be secure, a senior technology professional says.

Telstra, icare sign up as Salesforce goes live on AWS

Salesforce is now live on Amazon Web Service's Cloud infrastructure in Australia with the CRM company now touting access to its platform for customers on the AWS Sydney region.

Deliveroo Frank about improved algorithm improving service times by 31%

Let's be frank, if you can improve your algorithms, you can presumably improve your service, with Deliveroo stating Australia is now its most efficient market worldwide thanks to Frank.

PaaS and SaaS driving digital transformation in Australian organisations

The appetite for Platforms and Software as a service are growing in Australian organisations, with digital transformation pressures driving software investments

Google parent Alphabet testing drone delivery in ACT, NSW

Project Wing, an initiative of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is testing the ability of its drone technology to make deliveries directly to residences on the border of the ACT and NSW.

UltraServe CEO Matthew Hyland

Australian ecommerce company UltraServe is looking to boost its coffers by $5 million and accelerate its international growth with the launch of a capital raising.

Senator Michaelia Cash

The federal government has released just shy of $30 million in funding to help 20 companies in South Australia and Victoria establish and expand advanced manufacturing activities.

Medtech Respiri appoints ex-Pfizer exec as CEO

ASX-listed medical technology company Respiri has appointed former Pfizer global executive Mario Gattino as its chief executive ahead of an expected launch of a medical device in 2018.

Netgear's 'industry first' network remote management tool delivers insight

Netgear's new Insight Management App promises to "eliminate complexity with instantaneous one-touch network discovery, set-up, monitoring and management of WiFi access points, switches and storage." 

Assange slams Clinton over 2016 election claims

The publisher of the WikiLeaks whistleblower website, Julian Assange, has hit out at 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for saying he was, to a large extent, responsible for her loss to Donald Trump.

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