Stories by Julian Bajkowski

DVDs to play in federal interrogation unit

Australia's elite criminal suspects will soon be treated to DVD-quality interrogations at Australia's most powerful law enforcement body. The Australian Crime Commission (ACC) is pushing ahead with digital recording upgrades to its five interviewing ...

EDS banks on Queensland

EDS has scored another tactical victory in its battle for to secure smaller and more lucrative contracts, this time with .Net-centric Bank of Queensland (BoQ), spinning its current 10-year outsourcing agreement out to 12 years.

Spoofing plague forces eBay to phones

Plagued by a growing epidemic of spoofers, spammers and phishers hijacking its brand name, online auctioneer eBay has dumped its e-mail-only support model to keep wary enterprise customers happy.

Feds called in over Trojan tax scam

E-mail scammers have shifted their sights from a staple diet of banks, betting shops and auction sites to government agencies, with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) calling in Australian Federal Police over a spam deluge that tries to send taxpay...

BigPond addresses Idol problem

Telstra's Internet service provider BigPond has turned self-appointed content cop after accidentally steering millions of unwitting Australian teenagers to the tribute site of a gay porn star.

Government close to spyware law decision

The federal government is considering the possible introduction of new legislation in an effort to stamp out the malicious use of spyware; a decision is due by the end of the year following the completion of a legislative review.

HotMail founder plans antispam startup

Sabeer Bhatia is a man not short on ideas. The man who extracted $US400 million from Microsoft by selling it HotMail is planning to launch a new venture countering his creation's biggest curse to date - spam.

In offshoring we trust: Coonan

Communications and IT Minister Helen Coonan has fuelled speculation government agencies will offshore IT services to cut costs and expressed confidence offshored IT projects will meet strict government IT security criteria.

BigPond brown-out sullies Telstra results sparkle

Less than 24 hours after delivering a massive $4.12 billion annual profit and $1.5 billion dividend bonanza to shareholders, the success of Telstra's operational cost cutting has been jaded by another brown-out at the telco's BigPond ADSL service.

Coonan appointed as new ICT minister

In his second pre-election reshuffle, Prime Minister John Howard has promoted Assistant Treasurer and Revenue Minister Helen Coonan to the inner Cabinet.

Sensis plans e-comm services with your Yellow Pages ad

Telstra's search and directory cash register Sensis will position itself as a vertically integrated provider of e-commerce transaction solutions via newly acquired IT systems integrators Kaz and Invizage, according to Sensis top brass.

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MSI GS75

As the Maserati or BMW of laptops, it would fit perfectly in the hands of a professional needing firepower under the hood, sophistication and class on the surface, and gaming prowess (sports mode if you will) in between.

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Microsoft Office 365/HP Spectre x360

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