14 years since the first Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, this week's three-day event is expected to draw more than 5000 developers from around the world. This year's event is themed "The Sky's Not the Limit. It's the Baseline," and will feature daily keynotes by Intel executives, over 150 technical sessions presented by Intel and industry experts and more than 180 leading companies hosting hands-on demonstrations of their newest innovations and future technologies.
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Microsoft has unveiled a preview beta of Windows 8. CIO Australia has compiled related articles following the announcement.
Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) refer to a set of standards that must be followed by big and small businesses alike when accepting, storing, processing and transmitting customers’ credit card information. To be compliant with PCI standards, all business owners, including online retailers, should adhere to 12 PCI compliance requirements for best security practices.
Businesses of all sizes must undertake PCI compliance auditing to ensure that their customers' data is protected during credit or debit card transactions and if stored within any internal business databases.
If you're business is obliged to undertake a PCI audit, then following a PCI Compliance checklist will ensure that you're security processes and payment processing meet the compliance standards. To ensure that you are meeting PCI compliance standards, you'll need to start by looking at what exactly PCI compliant means.
If you operate, own or hold a management role in an Australian business that stores, transmits and processes customer payment data, you may have recently been contacted by your bank regarding your PCI compliance status.
If you're wondering exactly what is PCI compliance, the chances are you're one of the many business owners in Australia who've asked themselves this same question. Before answering this question, it's useful to begin by looking at what PCI (and its counterpart DSS) stands for.
Customer-owned financial institution CUA today announced the appointment of David Gee as chief information officer (CIO). Gee will join CUA on 5 September.
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Following Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility, CIO Australia has compiled a round up of the latest news on the acquisition.
RSM Bird Cameron’s director of information security, Jo Stewart-Rattray, has picked up the coveted National ICT Professional of the Year gong at the 2011 iAwards in Melbourne.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard flicks the switch at a ceremony at the Brunswick Town Hall