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Bridging the Digital Divide
July 26th, 2001

The dotcom revolution will go down in history as having lost as many fortunes as it’s made. However, the infrastructure that remains in place for further IT&T development confirms that the public, government and business sector still have enormous faith in its potential as well as associated software and usage technologies.

Exposing the Dark Side
May 17th, 2001

A few weeks ago, several well-known Perth ISP’s were hit by Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, bringing their servers to a halt for several hours over the course of several days. ‘We’re pretty sure the attack originated in Europe,’ said one technical manager who asked that his company not be named, ‘but we’ve got […]


Security vs Privacy
February 22nd, 2002

Rhetoric about stamping out terrorism has reached every aspect of business and life — including technology. Bill Clinton’s recent comments in Adelaide are prophetic warnings about terrorists moving plans, resources and funds across the world with ease using technologies such as the Internet.

Telecommunications Deals May Prove a Boon to WA
June 7th, 2001

After paying $17 billion for the company, which they valued at $20bn including debts, Singtel announced early that they would still operate all Optus’ businesses — including local and long distance phone calls, the mobile phone network and pay TV.


Delving into an Increasingly Complex World on the Web
February 24th, 2002

Says Steve Lieblich — who joined i-delve’s creators nine months ago to help commercialise it — ‘The Geographic Information Systems market is growing at about 20% a year, and it’s worth $32 billion. It’s a very broad market.’

Exploring the Future with New 3D Software
October 25th, 2001

SpaDiS does away with the practice of using exploration statistics from other sites to try and predict where deposits will be by using known patterns in geology at deposit sites to draw a 3D picture of the mineral distribution.






Streamlining the Information Flow The same limitation affects everything when you're talking about the Internet. It ...
February 7th, 2002

Exploring the Future with New 3D Software A local Mineral Geology Consultancy is making a splash among some of ...
October 25th, 2001

Delving into an Increasingly Complex World on the Web Ever looked at a satellite picture of Australia and wished you could ...
February 24th, 2002

Security vs Privacy As soon as planes plunged through buildings in New York and Washington ...
February 22nd, 2002


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