Stories by Julian Bajkowski

RFID lacks consumer appeal

Technology companies intent on selling RFID into the enterprise need to better communicate consumer benefits and ease off on the shareholder-pitched balance sheet savings, according to the CTO of supply chain software vendor Viewlocity, Michael Sherm...

Regionals woo road warriors

Small town Australia may feel perennially hard done by by big city folk, but they certainly seem to know a thing or two about capturing the hearts and wallets of the passing wireless-enabled road warrior set - give them a hot spot.

DVD pirate sunk by sentence

The Australian Customs Service has chalked up its first custodial sentence for offences under the Copyright Act, with a Brisbane man given a nine month jail sentence of which he will serve three months, pay a $1500 recognisance fee and be placed upon...

Banks' phishing cops get hi-tech crime schooling

After suffering a year of badly eroded customer confidence caused by scam e-mails linked to ghosted bank Web sites, the financial industry has swallowed its pride and slipped into bed with police to fight online fraud.

Spam buster to run against Howard

Prime Minister John Howard is staring at a grass-roots grab for moderate liberal votes in his Sydney seat of Bennelong following the revelation that Coalition Against Bulk Unsolicited Bulk E-mail (Caube) founder Troy Rollo will stand against him as a...

NSW traffic authority switches to Macs

In what may well be Apple Computer's largest coup in the Australian enterprise space, the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) will deploy 1200 Apple G4 iMacs across 140 registry offices.

LCD shortage starts to bite

IT buyers hoping for a price cut for sexy, slimline, flat-screen LCD monitors look set to wait another 18 months as supplies of 15in LCD monitors run short and OEM vendors scramble to pick up over-priced crumbs from LCD panel manufacturers' factories...

Spammers on final warning from minister

Communications Minister Daryl Williams has issued a tough final warning to Australian business to fall into line with the impending Spam Act or suffer the pecuniary consequences at the hands of the Australian Communications Authority (ACA).

Cheap seats choke budget airline sites

A ticketing price war between Australian budget airlines Virgin Blue and newcomer JetStar has resulted in both companies' Web sites being choked by a frenzy of bargain-crazed, hopeful passengers attempting to secure 300,000 tickets priced at $29.

Telstra billing systems draw more fire

Telstra’s troubled billing system infrastructure has again come under fire, with the sudden accrual of another $243 million of bad debt only months after the carrier purged nearly $600 million of receivables from its books to collection agencies last...

Bank "phishers" hook up from Russia

After several months of leisurely hijacking servers at a Floridian ISP to launch attacks on unwitting Australian bank customers, crooks engaged in so-called 'phishing' expeditions have shifted the launch pad of their spam attacks from the US back to ...

Labor to concede Spam Bill amendments

Labor has conceded the high ground to the government and will not block the passage of the Spam Bill in the Senate, Shadow Communications Minister Kate Lundy has revealed to Computerworld. Labor had proposed a series of amendments relating to search ...

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