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NSW schools can't find $230k IT man
Highly-skilled IT managers short in supply?
Feb 23 2010 4:24PM
Parents pay for Labor laptops
Opposition blasts computers for students scheme.
Jan 18 2010 3:32PM
NSW students tear through 40TB a month
Hungry for bandwidth even with filters turned on.
Sep 22 2009 2:38PM
Adobe wins $20m NSW education software deal
Over 1.8 million school and TAFE students and teachers in NSW will receive Adobe software in a $20 million deal announced today.
Apr 21 2009 3:15PM
Opinion: Time for IT service's industrial revolution
Service providers that have embraced industrialised service delivery will prosper in the recession, writes the Bathwick Group's Katy Ring.
Feb 27 2009 6:15AM
Government funds 141,000 more school laptops
The Federal Government has allocated second round funding of $141 million to enable almost 1400 schools nationwide to buy computers for students.
Jan 29 2009 2:05PM
QLD student laptop rollout benefits from network upgrade
The Queensland Department of Education has confirmed the continued expansion of its network will benefit students that receive laptops under the Federal Government's digital education revolution initiative.
Jan 16 2009 3:05PM
Digital Education Revolution revolts
The Rudd Government’s $1.2 billion Digital Education Revolution could be nothing more than a futile grab at an intangible, unsustainable future, experts have warned.
Sep 2 2008 12:24AM
Labor kicks off round one of its Digital Education Revolution
Secondary schools across Australia are set to benefit under the Rudd Government's $1.2 billion Digital Education Revolution.
Jun 13 2008 3:34PM
Analysts herald wireless social networking revolution
Wireless social networking will revolutionise the global technology business and reshape the global display and semiconductor industries, experts predict..
Jun 6 2008 7:44AM
Australia’s IT banking revolution is here
The antiquated systems of our banks are in need of an IT makeover and the pressure is starting to come to a head for the majors.
May 21 2008 11:12AM
Ballmer talks up the 'fifth computing revolution'
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has used this year's CeBIT show in Hanover to highlight what he calls the "fifth computing revolution"..
Mar 5 2008 7:38AM
Mobile broadband facing a revolution
Next-generation wireless technologies hold the promise of transforming the mobile broadband landscape, according analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
Jul 25 2007 5:05PM
HP researcher promises chip revolution
Shrinking the size of transistors is no longer relevant, claims HP Senior
Jan 17 2007 8:58AM
E-paper heralds computing revolution
Roll up, roll up, roll up for a new computing era.
Jan 10 2007 9:26AM
Solar cell revolution boosts efficiency to 40 percent
Best ever sunlight to power conversion.
Dec 8 2006 9:43AM
Asia leads mobile phone music revolution
Music sales growing faster than handset market.
Oct 18 2006 8:52AM
Springer joins e-book revolution
Over 10,000 e-books are to be made available via the SpringerLink online platform from Springer, the German scientific, technical and medical (STM) publisher as it enters
the e-book era
Jul 3 2006 9:20AM
Revolution or evolution?
New technology brings with it new problems. For mobiles devices it is security. Bob Heard looks back for answers
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