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Offsetting impact of hungry data centres.
 
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Re-aligns website responsibility.
 
Making the business case for public cloud trading 
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Opinion: Economic model comes with challenges.
 
Fortescue Metals eyes tech boost on Firetail deposit 
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Inks $1.5bn deal with Leighton Contractors.
 
MMG transforms mine IT systems for growth 
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Replaces 1998 SAP system, creates mine-level blueprint.
 
Fortescue deploys container data centres to mines 
 
Lynas opens WA rare earth mine 
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Strong Japanese interest in alternate source of device materials.
 
Pacific may hold key to 'rare earth' quandary 
 
Scientists show off cheap plastic touchscreen 
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Researchers aim to relieve rare earth material shortages.
 
Cloud Economics: Is it still cheaper in-house? 
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Solar energy powers WA data centre 
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Rooftop system reduces energy cost.
 
Photos: NICTA takes Australia back to CeBIT 
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Aussie data centres brace for dust storm barrage 
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Clogged air filters need a good clean.
 
Westwind maps out third Victorian wind project 
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First plan to be created end-to-end with ESRI tools.
 
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Intel has announced its intention to acquire Wind River Systems, a developer of real-time and embedded software, as part of a strategy to grow its processor and software ...
 
MSI Wind U120H netbook takes on 3G, 6-cell battery 
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CCC hopes Concept Economics' NBN costs ‘are their last’ 
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BlackBerry wins Fraunhofer security approval 
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As enterprises have become more complex, there has been a corresponding rise in the identities associated with any one individual, said Jackson Shaw, Quest Software.
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