Stories by Sandra Rossi

Online fraudster faces jail sentence

An Adelaide businessman who developed a software program for online credit card transactions that earnt him a motza was jailed for six years on Friday for fraud.

Windows Server 2003 debuts in Sydney

Microsoft today launched Windows Server 2003 detailing huge cost savings for NT 4.0 users who migrate to the new platform and showcasing the results of seven Australian customers that have already deployed it.

Corporate spying worms its way into the mainstream

An Australian IT company has been the victim of a worm that was modified to scan hard disks and send sensitive data to a specific IP address, proving that corporate spying is not restricted to Hollywood films.

Beware your computer can kill you

It's true your computer can kill you. We are not just talking about the gamers who have died at their machines after days of no food and water, but anyone who is affected by long hours at their desk.

Radio spectrum shift to biz cuts DoD wavelength

Australia's defence capabilities are "at risk" due to a lack of radio frequency spectrum which could also have a "major impact" on national interests especially in the current climate of terrorism.

Telstra cuts stolen mobiles' connections

Telstra will introduce new technology tomorrow to protect the 10,000 mobile phones reported lost and stolen in Australia each year which contribute to spiralling corporate communication costs.

DIY flyer check-in points

Qantas passengers will now be able to do their own check in for themselves and their baggage, and even allocate their own seat.

Disappearing e-mails a legal threat

E-mail's most vexing question: how do you know it's missing if it never arrives - may be annoying for users. However, it could be a serious legal problem for IT managers who could fall foul of federal archiving laws. Under Australia's Archives Act o...

Kleze.e worm spreading

The Klez.e worm is spreading with more than 50 reported cases of infections in Australia, according to Computer Associates virus research manager Jakub Kaminski.

WCIT 2002: Telstra backs broadband

Telstra today announced details of a $50 million stimulus package for the Australian broadband market and called on industry to invest in the initiative.

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