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  • News: Security experts push back at 'Cyber Pearl Harbor' warning

    The only effective defense is to 'build security in' from the ground up, critics say in response to DoD, DHS comments

  • News: Bullet-proof backups: When you absolutely can't lose any data

    If you’re already backing up your Mac—perhaps by following the simple steps in “Backup Basics”—pat yourself on the back. Having any sort of backup is much better than having none, and your probability of recovering from data loss is dramatically increased. But for many people, a barebones backup strategy won’t cut it. If your livelihood depends on your data being available at all times, if you’re in the middle of a time-sensitive project, or if you’re just paranoid and want to make sure nothing has fallen through the cracks, you may want more of a guarantee.

  • News: Outsourcing contracts down by 19 percent, says research firm

    The number of new IT and business process outsourcing contracts worldwide dropped year-on-year in the third quarter, with contract values also decreasing, a research firm said.

  • News: 10 Ways Telemedicine is Changing Healthcare IT

    Telemedicine mixes teleconferencing, document-sharing and mobile technology in order to improve healthcare quality, largely for those who lack access to care. Here are 10 ways that telemedicine implementations are changing the delivery of healthcare services.

  • News: iiNet eyes opportunities to grow SMB hosting business

    Internet service provider iiNet is known for its residential services but people are less aware of its business services, according to the company's business hosting and domains manager, Kevin Clark

  • News: FTTN makes sense for NBN, AAPT says

    It makes more sense to roll out fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) for the National Broadband Network (NBN) than the government's current fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) approach, according to the CEO of internet service provider AAPT.

  • News: Forrester: Sell the idea of a marketing technology office to CIOs

    Marketing departments should sell the idea of a marketing technology office (MTO) to CIOs, who would have to relinquish control of certain customer facing technologies and hand responsibility for the function over to the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).

  • News: AT&T to pay $700,000, refund overcharged customers

    AT&T has agreed to pay US$700,000 and refund certain customers said to have been overcharged on smartphone plans, after the Federal Communications Commission found that some customers were moved to more expensive monthly plans without their consent.

  • News: Barack Obama wins re-election

    U.S. President Barack Obama won re-election Tuesday night, topping 270 electoral votes to defeat Republican challenger Mitt Romney just after 11 p.m. ET.

  • News: AT&T to pay $700,000, refund overcharged customers

    AT&T has agreed to pay US$700,000 and refund certain customers said to have been overcharged on smartphone plans, after the Federal Communications Commission found that some customers were moved to more expensive monthly plans without their consent.

  • News: CSIRO, Google partner for Earth watch

    Australian scientists and non-profits will use Google Earth to save the Earth under several environment-focused partnerships with Google announced this week. Google yesterday announced it is bring its Google Earth Outreach program to Australia and New Zealand.

  • News: E-voting machine swaps Obama vote for Romney; taken offline

    An electronic voting machine was temporarily taken out of service in Perry County, Pa., after a voter filmed it changing his vote for President Obama into one for Gov. Mitt Romney.

  • News: How IT Leaders Can Best Plan for Disaster

    Hurricane Sandy left devastation in its wake, first pounding the Caribbean and then pummeling the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the U.S. People and businesses are now struggling to get back on their feet. As a CIO or IT leader, you need to ask yourself: Will your organization be prepared for the next disaster?

  • News: IBM adds entry-level Storwize V3700 array

    IBM on Tuesday announced the Storwize V3700 storage array, which starts at US$11,000 and is one of the lowest-priced storage products the company offers.

  • News: Resistance is futile: CISOs talk about embracing change

    The younger IT workforce is bringing major change to organizations -- whether those organizations like it or not.

  • News: Ruling expected shortly in Ohio e-voting lawsuit

    A federal court is expected to rule soon on a motion for a temporary restraining order filed by Ohio Green Party co-chair Bob Fitrakis seeking the removal of software that was installed on central vote tabulation machines in over two dozen Ohio counties.

  • News: HP simplifies automated software testing suite

    Hewlett-Packard is incorporating three different components, previously available separately, into its HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT) automated testing application so developers can test all aspects of a multi-tiered application from a single interface.

  • News: Is D.C. the Next Great Tech Startup Hub?

    City officials and local tech entrepreneurs weigh efforts to transform the nation's capital into a haven for angel-backed, emerging tech ventures by pointing out the shifting dynamics of the model for funding startup tech ventures, with cloud computing, open source software and other industry trends lowering the cost of setting up a business, potentially diminishing the importance of the traditional venture capitalist. However, this is at odds with a city, that while trying to cultivate this tech hub, is also struggling to improve a public school system so as not to lose the middle-class.

  • News: Anonymous threatens but fails to take down Facebook, Zynga

    Guy Fawkes Day threats also include claims of Symantec, ImageShack data theft, but those too are not confirmed

  • News: How Big Data Will Separate Haves From Have-Nots

    Walt Hauck, the straight-talking CIO of Dun & Bradstreet, says big data represents a corporate turning point this decade no less disruptive and revolutionary than the Internet in the 1990s. Find out why Hauck thinks the big data 'haves' will thrive while the 'have-nots' struggle.



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