Coca-Cola to pour more data into Microsoft

Lia Timson Coca Cola will switch on a number of cloud applications so that data can flow to its employees, sellers and even truck drivers.

Privacy laws to be beefed up following Sony attack


Asher Moses THE federal government will introduce laws forcing companies to disclose privacy breaches after Sony revealed that more than 1.

Vodafone mobile records leaked


Natalie O'Brien The personal details of millions of Vodafone customers, including credit card details, have been available on the web in what is described as an 'unbelievable' lapse in security.

Vodafone may be liable on privacy breach


Peter Martin and Lucy Battersby VODAFONE faces compensation payments to up to 4 million customers after confirming it is investigating a security breach that has put billing and call records on a publicly accessible website...

Act to safeguard your voicemail

A man talks on a mobile phone in Hong Kong.

Adam Turner Australians are vulnerable to the security threats behind the British phone-hacking scandal, writes Adam Turner.

Five time-saving business tools

tech tools

Julia Talevski Master your trade with these five simple technology ideas.

Review: Telstra Turbo Wireless Gateway

Telstra Turbo Wireless Gateway

Louisa Hearn The TurboWireless Gateway offers a portable alternative to renting a fixed line connection for off-site visits, conferences or road shows.

Doing business beyond the desk

Carolyn Evans

Julia Talevski Carolyn Evans can tell you where all the good coffee places are because her management consulting business has been running in a completely mobile environment since it took off in 2002.

Experts split on Telstra break-up


Julia Talevski The Federal Government's proposed break-up of Telstra is meant to increase competition but not all experts agree that it will work.

Mobile broadband for hire


David Flynn Australia enjoys high-speed wireless broadband from four carriers, each offering a choice between contract and pre-paid services.

Keep the pace as your outfit changes gear

Peter Kazacos.

Julia Talevski Rapid growth of a business is a mixed blessing: along with the good comes the headache of making sure your IT systems are keeping up.

Microsoft pushes mobile email

mobile email

Simon Tsang Microsoft and Telstra have teamed up to take on BlackBerry push email on mobile phones. The new solution is a prepackaged form of mobile email aimed at businesses already running Microsoft Exchange...

Universal broadband a home run for most


Shara Evans In all leading broadband nations, the number of connected households far outstrips the number of business connections.

Fast track to recovery

Alistair Alderson

Julia Talevski It is almost impossible to prepare for the worst but planning is critical to ensure your business has the ability to get through in the worst-case scenario.