The threads that don’t connect: Covid gives Australian conspiracy theorists a common home | Health- Tempemail

In the remote border town of Texas in northern New South Wales last month, a police officer pulled over a truck driver after he allegedly crossed into Queensland without providing identification. In footage posted online, the 33-year-old can be heard asking the officer whether he worked “for the corporation known Continue Reading

Google employees will work from home until at least summer 2021 | Technology

Alphabet Inc’s Google will keep its employees home until at least next July, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. The chief executive officer, Sundar Pichai, made the decision himself last week after debate among an internal group of top executives that he chairs, Continue Reading

Up she rises: how Brunel’s great hulk, SS Great Britain, finally came home | Technology

As it made its slow way up the Avon in July 1970, people lined the riverbanks to see the 127-year-old incredible hulk return home. After an 8,000-mile, 87-day journey, SS Great Britain was back in its place of birth. Approaching the port of Bristol, the extraordinary ship built by Isambard Continue Reading

Nedbank Takes Home 5 Accolades at the 2020 Global Banking and Finance Awards | Tempemail

Image sourced from Nedbank Nedbank had revealed that it walked home with five accolades at this year’s International Banker Awards for the Middle East and Africa. These awards included recognition for the Best Banking Technology Implementation, Most Innovative Digital Branch Design, and Most Innovative Retail Banking App in South Africa Continue Reading

The best keyboard and mouse for working from home | Technology

With many of us still stuck working at home because of the coronavirus crisis and some employers saying it could be months before they reopen offices, it is time to start seriously thinking about your home set-up and whether it could be more comfortable and efficient. A decent keyboard and Continue Reading

Home affairs flags steps to help Australians identify fake news by foreign powers | Australia news- Tempemail

The home affairs department has warned foreign interference activity against Australian interests is occurring at an “unprecedented scale” and says measures to help people to identify fake news could be one of the potential responses to defending sovereignty. The stark warning is contained in a submission to the Senate select Continue Reading

Ex-Apple engineers to help hardware makers troubleshoot from home – Hardware- Tempemail

For years, hardware engineers at American consumer electronics firms have hopped on a flight to China to iron out manufacturing kinks on assembly lines, but the COVID-19 pandemic and Sino-US tensions have made travel between the countries difficult. A startup founded by ex-Apple engineers, however, has come up with a Continue Reading

Home Affairs switches on Australia’s new biometrics travel platform – Strategy – Security – Software- Tempemail

A new Unisys system that matches international arrivals to Australia – including both travellers and migrants – against a biometric watch list has gone live at the Department of Home Affairs. The enterprise biometric identification services (EBIS) system replaces the department’s existing Unisys biometric matching system, which has been in Continue Reading

The New Normal: Managing Networks from Home with Uplogix | Tempemail

As the COVID-19 lockdown continues into the foreseeable future, IT managers still need to maintain their ‘normal day job’ tasks of running networks – in addition to managing employees who currently need to make significantly increased use of online meeting platforms and remote working arrangements.  According to Uplogix, which provides Continue Reading