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ATO readies for etax deluge

As the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) readies for its end of financial year deluge, it's paying more attention to those individuals who submit their tax return online - all 1.1 million of them.

Where have all the IT managers gone?

Large companies dedicate CIOs and IT managers to the task but up to 75 percent of SMBs in the Asia-Pacific region have no dedicated IT executives, new research shows.

Zero day attack imminent

A devastating attack on the Internet or a power grid in the next decade is "most plausible", 1300 of the world's leading technology experts and scholars agree - but when it might happen is unclear.

GIS round up - location and navigation takes off

Australians are currently downloading 18 million Whereis online maps a month, tripling the download figures in less than a year and indicating a massive growth in the GIS (geospatial information services) market.

Web spider catches scams and schemes

Illegal scams and schemes promoted on the Internet will now catch the eye of Scamseek, an Internet-document classification system developed with the assistance of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC).

Spam legislation levies heavy fines

The Federal Spam Act 2003 officially took effect on April 11 with companies which breach the legislation facing fines of up to $220,000 per day or $1.1 million for repeat offences.

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