Sinister new tool could bypass defenses to denial-of-service attacks.
Rivals EMC and IBM on Friday settled their longstanding lawsuit involving patent infringement allegations.
Microsoft's refusal to participate in the development of platform-independent authentication technology has raised criticism from officials determined to develop security systems everyone can use.
The call centre industry has a current employee turnover rate of 20 per cent, according to the Australian Call Centre Association, and with each employee lost, an organisation loses approximately $12,000 in recruitment and training costs.
Oracle last week "categorically" denied claims in a lawsuit filed by a former company executive who said he was fired because he was too old.
Despite claiming last week that he had no intention of leaving Solution 6, embattled CEO Chris Tyler has resigned, effective from May 13.
Solution 6's proposed merger with US-based Elite Information Group has officially been called off.
A bloodbath befell the ASX yesterday, the nation's first day under a federal Budget which ignored IT industry concerns, and few tech stocks were spared.
The fashionable IT industry mantra that business-to-business is the future of e-commerce is quite simply false, says business-to-consumer tech support exec David Hsieh.
Following Worldschool's disastrous start on the ASX yesterday, internet investors will be keeping a close eye on other online companies Sharon Austen and Terraplanet, which are listing today and tomorrow.
Australia's 2 million Hotmail users have been sitting ducks for hackers until yesterday, when security loopholes in the Microsoft-owned free email service were discovered.
Passwords are too fallible to secure the Internet of the future, Microsoft chair says.
Yesterday's federal Budget overlooks the growth of Australia's IT industry and relies too heavily on next year's third-generation spectrum auction, industry executives and analysts have complained.
Microsoft's response to the US government's plan to break up the company and impose behavioral remedies to stop the software maker's anticompetitive practices isn't even out yet, but it already has drawn a withering critique.
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