Why you are your best cyber security
May 20th, 2014

Unfortunately, the most robust security infrastructure in the world can’t change user behaviour. “I don’t see any sign people are better with their passwords,” says Symantec’s US security response director Kevin Haley. “There needs to be a technology solution because people don’t change.”

War of the Worlds
April 1st, 2008

You’re a PC or a Mac user, seldom both. As such, you’re almost certain to champion the OS you know, and such subjectivity is redundant. However, technically the Mac is a more enclosed environment. There’s more certainty that if you’re comfortable in the Mac OS, tasks will be more intuitive.


Event Horizon
April 1st, 2009

Douglas Adams pre-empted the existence of portable devices carrying vast amounts of data by publishing The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy in 1979, beating the Apple Newton — the world’s first PDA – into the world by 13 years.

Forward to the Past
March 1st, 2008

It’s the first ever commercial handheld phone, costing USD$4,000 in 1983, taking 10 hours to charge and with enough memory for — count ’em — 30 phone numbers. Technology that barely replaces a scrap of paper, weighs a hundred times more and costs a fortune? Now that’s cool…


It’s All in the Game
September 21st, 2000

BusinessNSW talks to Elizabeth Ball from communicationgame.com about putting professionals in touch with each other.

Kazaa changes its tune
September 13th, 2005

It was inevitable that — in the age of digital content — high bandwidth access would be both friend and foe to copyright holders; it was an exciting new delivery method but a huge security hole.






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