This week on Technolatte we talk about Vodafone's network issues, Wikileaks protests and how server support personnel should be thinking about where they will go if their jobs are sacrificed to the cloud phenomenon.
The ZDNet team gives their view on the last week's news, all in the time it takes you to drink a cup of coffee.
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Suzanne Tindal heads up a team of keen ZDNetters, including journalists Luke Hopewell, Josh Taylor and Michael Lee. You can follow them all on Twitter: @engochick, @joshgnosis, @lukehopewell, @mukimu. Happy listening!
Are parliamentarians surfing to find porn? Can hackers level cities? Why do we care that Wikileaks had a dump and how about that NAB fail?
Tune in this week for a Gartner Symposium once over, the latest news on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, a run down on the NBN mess in parliament and Ian Reinecke's recommendations for the government's Gershon review implementation.
Will the CSIRO steal Telstra and Optus' LTE spectrum? Does Optus have a bottomless pocket when it comes to paying for legal fees? Has Google lost its mojo with the departure of Lars Rasmussen and Kate Vale?
Is the NSW the premier state for hackers? What tasty tech goes into your Tim Tams? What does the telco reform Bill mean and MacBook Air: why do we care?
Is Windows Phone 7 all that? Has the NBN debate progressed this week or has everyone just been talking smack? Is Westpac CEO Gail Kelly upgrading the bank's IT just to beat out Lady Gaga on the Forbes most influential women list?