Articles By Julian Bajkowski

Piracy investigators locked out of ISPs

Piracy investigators locked out of ISPs

IT managers can breathe a little easier in the knowledge that corporate data held or transmitted by hosted Internet Service...

October 16th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Defence outsourcing likely to stay inhouse

Defence outsourcing likely to stay inhouse

In a move that will bring little joy to battered outsourcers, the Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has confirmed it's...

October 8th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Australian government cracks down on IT job scams

Australian government cracks down on IT job scams

Independent contractors, recruiters, and contract services and management companies (CMSC) are feeling the heat under an Australian government crackdown on...

September 29th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
ACA gets $200,000 to fight spam

ACA gets $200,000 to fight spam

The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) is to receive additional funding totalling A$300,000 (US$204,000) to enforce new anti-spam legislation that is...

September 25th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Failure lurks unless CIOs take lead

Failure lurks unless CIOs take lead

IT professionals at times are their own worst enemy when it comes to steering the enterprise to success, according to...

September 18th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
CIBC fights illegal card skimming

CIBC fights illegal card skimming

To beat the burgeoning illegal trade of card skimming, banks need faster review capabilities of ATMs point-of-sale and remote banking...

September 11th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Intercept laws may force data capture downstream

Intercept laws may force data capture downstream

Australia's Internet service and carriage providers are staring down the barrel of stiff legislative requirements to provide law enforcement, intelligence...

August 28th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Commission rejects union appeal against e-mail blocks

Commission rejects union appeal against e-mail blocks

A precedent has been set in the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) allowing companies to block employee access to union...

July 28th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Department defends IT performance against auditor

Department defends IT performance against auditor

The chief information officer of the Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (DIMIA) has hit back at criticism by...

July 24th, 2003 Julian Bajkowski
Australia’s war on spam short on funds

Australia’s war on spam short on funds

New laws to ban spamming within Australia could fall on deaf ears.The laws, proposed by the National Office Information Economy...

April 21st, 2003 Julian Bajkowski