Huawei says it has cut its Australian headcount by 100, with the Chinese telco equipment manufacturer blaming a government decision to bar it from participating in the roll out of 5G networks.
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Sensitive personal details of individuals, including whether they appeared on the Dow Jones Watchlist of risky individuals, were exposed by a publicly accessible Amazon Web Services S3 bucket.
Symantec has warned of significant growth in ransomware attacks, as well as an increase in the number of groups believed to be behind the campaigns.
A new subsea cable system that will offer a significant connectivity boost to the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea has been installed at landing sites in the two nations’ capitals.
Recorded Future believes that an individual known on a popular hacking forum as C0rpz is responsible for an 87GB dump of passwords and user names.
Oracle has been accused of “stark patterns of discrimination” in relation to the salaries paid to female, African American and Asian employees at its Redwood Shores HQ.
Red Hat will operate as a kind of “Switzerland” within IBM and maintain its commitment to open source at the conclusion of Big Blue’s takeover of the software company, according to Marco Bill-Peter, Red Hat senior vice president of customer experience and engagement.
Vocus Group has announced a further restructure of its business, following a significant reshuffle at the start of the year.
Westpac spent FY18 progressively migrating apps to its new private cloud environment, which the bank said was helping reduce app installation from weeks to hours.
The head of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) says a government decision to stop telcos from using “high-risk vendors” to source equipment for their 5G rollouts was “not taken lightly”.
ANZ has slashed its hardware bill by 25 per cent thanks to the use of public and private cloud services.
Cloud service providers have previously drawn ire from environmentalists for not being transparent when it comes to the energy efficiency of their data centres.