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Cyber security strategy: a vital component for listed company executives

Way back in 2006, I wrote the first of several articles for Australian tech news site iTWire about an Australian developed product called TrustDefender, launched in late 2005 – the brainchild of its then-CTO Andreas Baumhof and then-CEO Ted Egan. Back then, TrustDefender was the first and the original true cloud security solution for banks and…Continue Reading

Must-see Microsoft TV: the Build 2014 Day 1 Keynote!

Microsoft’s vision for the future and it’s answer to all things Apple and Android took place last week at Microsoft’s annual Build conference, with the 3 hour day one Keynote session a must-see for any technology aficionado! Here we are in 2014, after several years of the iPad “post-PC” era, after quarter upon quarter of…Continue Reading

Heartbleed OpenSSL bug – details here

A quick post for anyone interested and listeners of the ABC Drive radio program in Perth, Australia, to whom I spoke today on the topic of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability that has put people’s passwords at risk – even if they saw the little “lock” in the address bar of their browser. Full technical details…Continue Reading

The 7th anniversary of the iPhone – today!

It has been seven years since the iPhone was first introduced by Steve Jobs, and to this day, the iPhone is still ahead of the competition and is the phone everyone is still trying to beat. When Steve Jobs first introduced the iPhone to the world, it was at the Macworld Conference in San Francisco…Continue Reading

Dick Smith’s ‘free’ summer GlobalGig – global tablet data nirvana!

If you buy any SIM card-enabled tablet from Dick Smith over most of summer, you’ll get a free Globalgig SIM card that lets you access up to 5GB of data over the first 30 days, or you can choose a plan that gives you at least 1GB to use over 30 days in 11 countries!…Continue Reading