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  Friday March 23, 2012

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IT architects at ING DIRECT have rewritten the enterprise software development rule book after migrating the company's core banking applications off mid-range systems onto the commodity x86 platform.

Also today, the Department of Health and Ageing signs on to use the authentication system for personally-controlled e-health records.

-- Ry Crozier

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Telstra fibre cable cut by 'vandals'
Government defends against ACTA attacks
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ING DIRECT puts core banking on x86

By Brett Winterford | March 22, 2012

Achieves 'bank in a box'.

E-health records sign onto

By James Hutchinson | March 23, 2012

Whole-of-government sign-on system gains second member.

Fremantle Ports turns to analytics for safer harbours

By Brett Winterford | March 22, 2012

Faster ship turnarounds after BI upgrade.

iiNet makes claims against Foxtel-Austar merger

By James Hutchinson | March 22, 2012

Fears Telstra's upper hand in regional markets.

Inside the Red Cross' technology refresh

By Liz Tay | March 22, 2012

Charity overhauls desktops, data centre and enterprise systems.


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