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.
Google will not allow its AI software to be used in weapons under new standards for its business decisions in the nascent field.
The Communications Alliance has judged as "virtually impossible" for teleco providers to be ready to abide by new industry rules when they come into effect.
Kelly Ferguson has left her role as chief information officer at Origin Energy to join Telstra as director of IT, technology and infrastructure.
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.
Facebook has faced fresh criticism from US lawmakers who have demanded that the social media company be more forthcoming about data it has shared with four Chinese firms.
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.
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.
Dell EMC has taken the wrappers off the $2.3 million supercomputer upgrade it completed with the help of NTT Data for the University of Sydney.
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Manufacturing giant Siemens has announced an advanced industrial product lifecycle management (PLM) software grant to the University of South Australia worth more than $450m of in-kind commercial value.
Australian software as a service provider PageUp has released details of a possible data breach that took place late last month.
HP now expects 4,500 to 5,000 employees to leave the company by the end of fiscal 2019 as part of an ongoing restructuring plan.
A security breach at family networking and genealogy website MyHeritage leaked the data of over 92 million users, the company said in a blog posted on Monday.
U.S. Senate Commerce Committee demands that Facebook’s CEO respond to a report that user data was shared with at least 60 device manufacturers.
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.
Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has inked an agreement with the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) to pool resources and information that will help research groups globally.
Dell Technologies has reported a 19 per cent year-on-year revenue surge for the three months ending 4 May, but the debt burden remains a challenge.
IT services company, DXC Technology has appointed former eHealth NSW CIO Dr John Lambert as its first chief medical director in Australia and New Zealand.
Academics predict that half of our jobs will disappear soon thanks to the automation provided by technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics.
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