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Speakers revealed for Auckland Apple event - CreativeTech
We explain what the conference is, what you'll get out of it and who will be presenting.
Nuance names new Senior VP
Jason Stirling takes on role to grow Nuance's position in the voice recognition solution market.
Apple manager accused of taking bribes
A mid-level Apple official is being accused of taking bribes from Asian accessory suppliers in return for contracts.
Time-saving PDF tools coming soon
PDF Converter Enterprise 7 rolls out visual document assembly, web PDF toolbar, looks-like search, one-click scanning and more.
Update: Tickets on sale for Auckland Apple event
September's CreativeTech event to focus on every aspect of owning an Apple product.
The intelligent approach
Following a recent consolidation phase, solutions in the Business Intelligence (BI) market are diversifying.
Adobe acquires Day Software
Enterprise software solutions to be strengthened following buyout, says Adobe.
Apple courses set for Auckland
Become an overnight expert at Garageband, podcasts, iLife and Pages with new short courses
Fortinet June Threat Landscape Report Shows New Variations of Sasfis Botnet
Operation Aurora Vulnerability Comes Out of Hibernation with Hit-and-Run Attack.
Google on the box
Google rolls out new Android update
Android 2.2 platform update offers new features for users and developers.
NetGuide teams with TVNZ6
$43,000 worth of prizes up for grabs in the tenth annual TVNZ6 NetGuide Schools Multimedia Challenge.
Fortinet’s Latest Threat Report Shows New PDF Exploit
Fortinet a leading network security provider and worldwide leader of unified threat management (UTM) solutions – today announced its May 2010 threat report showed a new PDF exploit being circulated in high volume.
ISPs still fear ACTA
While details of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)
Just how much privacy do you have these days?
Adobe CS5 gets HTML5 support
<p>Adobe is offering a free HTML5 extension pack for Creative Suite 5 (CS5) users, after Apple called HTML5 the web standard of the future.</p>
iPad 3G shortages in US stores
<p>On the cusp of its international iPad release, most Apple retail stores in the US are facing iPad 3G shortages due to high demand and customer satisfaction.</p>
Adobe: Apple could undermine the next web chapter
<p>The founders of Adobe have responded to Apple CEO Steve Jobs' open letter about his issues with Flash.</p>
Fortinet Threatscape Report Shows Botnets Battling for Digital Real Estate
<p>Fortinet® (NASDAQ: FTNT) - a leading network security provider and worldwide leader of unified threat management (UTM) solutions – today announced its April 2010 Threatscape report, which showed high activity from the Gumblar and Sasfis botnets.</p>
WEB ATTACKS RISING
Symantec’s annual Security Threat Report has warned of an increase in the number of threats targeted at enterprises.
Jobs: Flash is why Macs crash
<p>Apple boss Steve Jobs has posted an open letter about his thoughts on Adobe's Flash products</p> <p>In an open letter posted to the internet, Jobs said that he wanted to jot down some of his thoughts on Adobe's Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why Apple does not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads.</p>
Web attack kits on the rise
M86 Security has warned of a rise in distributed, monetised "exploit kits", which mainly use Adobe Flash, Java and PDF-based exploits.
PDF exploits run rampant
<p>As the popularity of free PDF readers has increased so too has the malware which exploits the software's vulnerabilities, a McAfee security researcher said Wednesday.</p>
Adobe steps up NZ channel activity
<p>The company behind Acrobat Reader, Photoshop Elements and CS5 has promised more local activity for 2010.</p>