From Zoombombing to learning management systems to unreliable internet access, the education sector has faced many challenges in the 'new normal'.
Adobe has issued the final patches for version 1 of the popular e-commerce platform Magento, but more than 75% of Magento users are still running the version.
Research from IBM suggests that 74% of businesses globally still have only ad hoc or inconsistently applied security response plans, if they have one at all.
Akamai has mitigated what it believes to be the world's largest DDoS attack by packets per second just one week after announcing another huge attack.
The IT sector has a responsibility to play its part in helping society recover from COVID-19 and set the pace for future stability.
Sophos has uncovered an advanced new campaign using a virtual machine to deploy and run ransomware undetected by security software.
Australia's ICT industry topped the list of online job vacancies posted online in April despite total new postings for the sector plummeting by 38%.
Government has made digital and telehealth available through bulkbilling but Australians may hesitate to use the tech.
Across the festive season we'll be reprising some of our best articles from 2019. Today, a panel of experts discusses Australia's privacy compliance rules.
Across the festive season we'll be reprising some of our best articles from 2019. Today we take another look at security essentials for the cloud.
Implementation of legislation, ongoing security challenges, the nbn, skills visas and many other topics dominated the IT headlines in 2019.
The highly publicised web cache detection vulnerability is still plaguing a number of the world's top websites nearly two years after its discovery.
All 500 of the world's fastest supercomputers use Linux, and nearly half are located in China, according to the latest TOP500 list.
Microsoft has launched a public preview of its Microsoft Teams collaboration app for Linux.
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