Up to 80 percent of Web sites flagged as malicious by anti-virus and search engine indexes are legitimate businesses, according to security experts.
Stories by Darren Pauli
Businesses will be able to intercept e-mail and instant messaging communications under proposed changes by the federal government to prevent data leakage.
Deployment of Australia's national fibre backbone could begin as early as October when the government is slated to announce the winner of the tender [[xref:http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;665948421|announced Friday]].
Analyst firms have clashed over which country will dominate the Asia Pacific IT services market by 2011.
The University of Western Sydney (UWS) has today gone live with a managed Intrusion Detection System (IDS) for its 5000 users.
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and industry commentators have attacked Telstra and the government for not drafting ADSL2+ regulation and have called for discussions between industry and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Telstra will try again next month to shut off its CDMA network through a submission to Communications Minister Stephen Conroy which details new changes to its Next G network.
Linux servers infected with a mutating virus are commanding huge Windows botnets six years after the malware was discovered, according to security researchers.
The total number of viruses will reach one million by year's end, according to security experts.
City West Water has reduced maintenance costs, eliminated paper based reporting and increased responsiveness with an integrated job management system and a new fleet of Next G handsets.
Energy Australia is slashing maintenance costs and improving outage recovery times with the country's first wireless smart metering system.
Importer and distributor Synergy Audio Visual has ditched its manual CRM reporting database for an off-the-shelf CRM to centralize the data of more than 300 suppliers and customers.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system developer Control Microsystems and telecommunications IT supplier TUSC announced a partnership to provide end-to-end solutions for Australian utilities.