- Firefox’s Mozilla doubles its bug bounty cash rewards
- Australian businesses slower to detect breaches than global peers, but everyone is still taking too long
- Declining PCI DSS compliance a lead indicator of inadequate security practices
- IBM aims at hybrid cloud, enterprise security
- NSA warns enterprises over TLS traffic inspection risks: do it once, and do it well
News, Features, and Interviews
An Australian-led project dubbed 'Healthy Country' aims to identify the best way to preserve and protect national parks with a focus on combining the knowledge of traditional owners and cloud-based AI.
Equinix has officially opened its largest data centre in Australia to date, SY5 located in Alexandria across from SY4. The facility currently offers 1825 cabinets and has capacity for 9,225 cabinets. The data centre cost $224 million and is part of a $2.7 billion investment across the world.
Government could learn a thing or two from private sector said Shadow Assistant Minister for Financial Services and for the Republic Matt Thistlethwaite during the opening of Equinix's eighth Sydney IBX data centre.
Australian health supplements firm, Blackmores, is deploying a new cloud-based infrastructure to maximise the use of data for business insights and install stronger foundations for future innovation.
CSIRO’s Data61 has inked a major research project with cyber security firm, Penten, to build AI-enabled cyber security defence technology, better known as ‘deception’ technology that includes cyber traps and decoys.
Cloud killed the fortunes of the Hadoop trinity - Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR - and that same cloud likely won’t rain success down on HPE.
There's five days left to nominate for the fourth annual CIO50 list, which recognises Australia's 50 most innovative and effective CIOs or heads of technology who are influencing rapid change across their organisations.
In pictures: Roundtable - How to ‘thrive’ - and 'survive' - in world of IT disruption and unlock your data capital: Sydney
Organisations that are ‘thriving’ in today’s fast-paced ‘data-driven world’ are the ones that are turning the influx of data into competitive differentiation. There’s an explosion of data being generated that must be moved, stored, protected and analysed - and then leveraged and capitalised on. Tech leaders gathered for an exclusive Computerworld roundtable luncheon at Aria - sponsored by Dell EMC - to discuss how companies can thrive in the ‘age of data’ and redefine the role of the datacentre to enable business capabilities fueled by information.
IBM has officially gobbled up Red Hat for $34 billion, a technology acquisition considered one of the largest in history.
Tech execs discuss how they're making better use of and protecting their data in a hybrid cloud world.
- Sydney Quantum Academy gets ready for 2020 launch
- Google bars elections ads from using political leanings, voter data
- ASX ‘blockchain’ system to open new digital horizons, exec says
- Salesforce to expand Einstein Voice Skills so users can create custom voice apps
- Some Huawei suppliers get US approval to restart sales to blacklisted firm
- CMO's top 8 martech stories for the week - 21 November 2019
- How these retailers are building AI strategies and success in marketing
- Why Konica Minolta's Australian CMO isn't worried about a global brand agenda
- Report: Australian brands still lagging in customer experience
- Val Morgan launches programmatic advertising, brand refresh and content play