Microsoft has announced the commencement of the public beta phase for its fully Chromium-based Edge web browser for Windows 10, 7, 8/8.1 and macOS.
Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Google and others have joined a consortium working on a method for the end-to-end encryption of data even while it is in use.
As news breaks of 15 million Victorian commuters having their travelling records poorly protected, it's timely for all of us to consider our privacy obligations.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has released guidance into how organisations can limit the risk of their domains being used as the source of spoof emails.
Up to 50,000 devices owned by Australian organisations are at risk following the discovery of a potential exploitation of the BlueKeep Windows vulnerability.
Join privacy experts and your IT peers to learn best-practice methodologies to help you comply with increasingly complex privacy laws.
With months to go until the demise of Windows 7, Microsoft has introduced a free service aimed at helping organisations streamline the migration to Windows 10.
The government will make the Global Talent Employer Sponsored skilled visa program permanent to help address skills shortages in the tech and other sectors.
Inconsistencies in the terminologies and procedures used within different companies cause unnecessary confusion. Is it time to tackle standardisation?
Researchers have discovered 11 vulnerabilities in popular IoT operating system VxWorks that enable attackers to take complete control over compromised devices.
Businesses rushing to upgrade from Windows 7 before the end-of-support date in January are helping to stimulate the flagging traditional PC market.
The new supercomputer is set to be 10 times faster than the National Computational Infrastructure's existing computer.
Microsoft will next month start progressively introducing changes to its Office 365 client licensing and activation regime.
New research from Sophos found that attackers are able to detect devices with remote desktop protocol enabled, almost as soon as they come online.
Canberra should review its policies on temporary visas for skilled IT pros, so that a fairer outcome for both local and overseas workers can be developed.
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