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High-speed fibre broadband is critical to the design of Lifestyle Working Collins Street, a green office building in Melbourne that has emphasised flexible working.
Symantec opened the doors to its public key infrastructure (PKI) certificate operations centre in Melbourne recently. The centre is used to verify online identities and generate secret keys. Within Australia, every transaction in Australian Custom’s cargo system is secured and authorised by one of the vendor's gatekeeper certificates.
Technology is changing so fast in Formula One (F1) racing that even veterans such as Caterham F1 team manager Graham Watson find it hard to keep up.
Melbournians will soon be able to get on the Internet for free in the CBD.
Melbourne startup Influx.com has announced plans to go international with its email customer support business after receiving $250,000 in funding.
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