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Adelaide Uni on hiring blitz for tech transformation
Five-year, $75m investment to revamp IT.
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WA university tech problems 'easy, cheap to fix'
Auditor finds unresolved weaknesses.
May 16 2013 10:07AM
Macquarie Uni commits to first central CRM
Inks four-year agreement for hosted system.
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Adelaide uni to give science students iPads
Replaces textbooks with "open source" courseware.
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Sydney Uni demonstrates Tbps internet
Chip avoids electrical-optical conversion.
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Monash rolls out $2m BMC helpdesk system
Supports ICT shared service program.
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Linux clusters give Monash Uni a budget supercomputer
Considers leasing out supercomputer power.
Jul 29 2009 5:46PM
Adelaide Uni offers Gmail to 16000 students
The University of Adelaide has increased e-mailbox limits for 16,000 students from 250MB up to a potential 7GB after inking a “non-financial arrangement” with Google.
Feb 24 2009 3:22PM
Queensland Uni giving schools the quickest Internet in the land
The University of Queensland is paving a high-speed broadband revolution for school communities with a new network that allows them to connect to the internet at a speed of one gigabit a second (Gbps).
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Microsoft giving away dev tools to uni students for free
Microsoft has unveiled a worldwide software giveaway aimed at arming uni students with the latest designer and developer tools for free.
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Hackers third crack at Boulder uni servers
Hackers have hit a Colorado university’s servers for the third time in under two months.
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Sonoma in state over uni hack
A hacker broke into the computer system of a northern Californian university and accessed the records and social security numbers of over 60,000 people.
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Sydney Uni gets serious on e-learning
The University of Sydney is moving to mix conventional teaching with online learning and has hired 12 people in the past year to support its e-learning infrastructure.
Jul 30 2004 12:00AM
Telstra goes to uni to learn future
The University of Adelaide has been granted close to $1 million by Telstra to help develop Australia's next generation telephone, broadband and mobile services.
May 20 2004 12:00AM
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