Sydney law firm considers class action against PageUp

Sydney law firm Centennial Lawyers on Friday said it was considering initiating a class action against Australian software-as-a-service provider PageUp, which earlier this week released details of a possible data breach that took place in May.

Written by Byron Connolly08 June 18 13:36

Google bans use of AI in weapons

Google will not allow its AI software to be used in weapons under new standards for its business decisions in the nascent field.

Written by Reuters08 June 18 08:15

Origin Energy CIO makes move to Telstra

Kelly Ferguson has left her role as chief information officer at Origin Energy to join Telstra as director of IT, technology and infrastructure.

Written by George Nott07 June 18 15:30

Tiny wearable sensors may soon track our health in real time

Australian scientists have designed tiny optical sensors that they say open the door to developing a wearable device that enables doctors to medically diagnose a person’s health in real time.

Written by Byron Connolly07 June 18 12:26

ITPA ‘appalled’ by Bill Morrow’s comments on gamers

Information Technology Professionals Association (ITPA) said on Thursday that it is “appalled” at attempts by NBN’s outgoing CEO Bill Morrow to lay the blame for congestion and service degradation on its fixed wireless network at the feet of gamers.

Written by Byron Connolly07 June 18 10:12

Swinburne University steps up hybrid cloud

Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology had been hosting core apps and systems in its two Hawthorn data centres for quite some time. But things are changing as the institution steadily moves towards a hybrid cloud environment.

Written by Byron Connolly07 June 18 01:00

PageUp details possible data breach

Australian software as a service provider PageUp has released details of a possible data breach that took place late last month.

Written by Rohan Pearce06 June 18 12:47

Many companies are not GDPR-compliant: report

Despite undertaking measures to improve data security and privacy, 38 per cent of global organisations responding to a survey say they are still not compliant with the new general data protection regulation (GDPR) requirements.

Written by Byron Connolly06 June 18 01:00
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