NSW State Water begins massive IT overhaul 
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Program worth $30.2 million.
Huawei rules out family members in succession plan 
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No current plans to list.
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Milestone met with maths.
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Business case passed.
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Cloud lacks flexibility for business process re-engineering.
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Three-year phased rollout to start later this year.
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New rules for Melbourne's growth areas.
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Version 5.0 released.
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More time for financial planners to meet with clients.
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Nightly input helps avoid it.
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But not in Australia - yet.
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Disaster recovery connects sites in Brisbane and Perth.
IAG hits planning limits 
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Capacity planning and management initiatives are largely ineffective because the majority of IT shops are unable to convey the results to non-IT managers.
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Oracle previewed a number of planned enhancements, including better support for development and deployment of rich enterprise applications, for its Fusion Middleware family.
Big Blue planning HD video breakthrough 
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