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Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 9 April

09 April, 2015

This week: Linux Breach response brings bouquets, Google Analytics suffers breakdown, glitch leaves drivers without valid licences, Canadian government system on the nose and data centre meltdown leaves two million customers on hold.


Network performance monitoring pays dividends

08 April, 2015

A New Zealand research organisation required visibility and intelligence to see what was happening on its network, and know ahead of time if something suspicious was occurring that could affect the organisation and its members.


Cybercrims steal $1m from firms; Europe may prosecute Google; Telstra's eHealth purchase

07 April, 2015 by Andrew Collins

'Dyre Wolf' attack netts more than US$1 million, Europe's regulator could soon bring antitrust charges against Google and Telstra Health to acquire business assets of telemedicine provider Anywhere Healthcare.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 2 April

02 April, 2015

This week: April fool pranks, G20 leaders data leaked, spam escapes from a fridge, switching away from smartphones, retro arcade games and Tim Cook to give away his wealth.


Facebook sued over 'stolen' DC designs; PayPal to pay $10m for sanction violations; Optus reviewed after privacy breaches

31 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Facebook sued for allegedly stealing BladeRoom Group's data centre designs, PayPal will pay almost $10m for "apparent violation" of US sanctions and Optus to be reviewed after data security breaches.


Windows 10 not really free for pirates; site-blocking laws; ex-IT manager's bribery charge

24 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Confusion over upgrades for pirated versions of Windows, legislation will force ISPs to block file-sharing websites and former Commbank IT manager charged.


Tech Insights: Interview with Hope Powers, CA Technologies

20 March, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Hope Powers, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, ANZ, CA Technologies.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 19 March

19 March, 2015

This week: $500m TAFE computer system failure, self-driving car coast-to-coast road trip, batteries made with spider silk, Sydney's OPAL card woes and a robotic cat.


Wikipedia sues NSA spies; Facebook faces class action; HP loses four patents

17 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

Wikimedia Foundation sues the US National Security Agency over surveillance, Facebook faces class action over kids spending parents' money online and HP loses patent battle with ServiceNow.


Analytics for all - business intelligence in 2015

11 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

The coming year will see business intelligence (BI) tools move out of the IT department and into the rest of the enterprise, while large BI vendors will incorporate data discovery features made popular by smaller vendors and smaller vendors look for new target markets.


Tech Insights: Interview with David Gibson, Varonis

11 March, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with David Gibson, Vice President of Marketing, Varonis.


SAP cuts 2250 jobs; Microsoft sues Kyocera; fighting crime with virtual reality

10 March, 2015 by Andrew Collins

SAP will cut about 2250 jobs while adding a similar number elsewhere, Microsoft sues Kyocera over a mobile phone patent claim and researchers find a way to view crime scenes in virtual reality.


Tech Insights: Interview with Anand Deshpande, Persistent Systems.

09 March, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Anand Deshpande, Founder, Chairman & Managing Director of Persistent Systems.


Geek Weekly: Our top weird tech stories for 5 March

05 March, 2015

This week: Voters prepare to be hacked, awful Centrelink apps, a new way to track your phone, 'Spocking a five' and a tomato robot.


Tech Insights: Interview with Craig Macfarlane, AC Events

04 March, 2015

In our new Tech Insights series, we quiz industry leaders to get their views of what the year ahead holds for the IT world. Today we speak with Craig Macfarlane, CEO, Association & Communications Events.


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