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The Queensland Department of Health has invited bids to install servers for a UNIX hardware replacement project.
Private health insurance provider Medibank is set to upgrade its standard desktop environment from Windows XP to Windows 7 as it prepares for the shift to its new Docklands headquarters late next year.
WestFund, a Queensland based member-owned health fund, is set to roll out a new archiving system which will store patient records for the course of their natural life.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has been allocated funding for a technology refresh program in the 2013-14 budget.
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