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Researchers and academics will explore uses for social interactive technologies at a new $8 million research centre launched today at the University of Melbourne.
Victorian Auditor-General John Doyle's audit of 11 Victorian government agencies has found more than 100 breaches and lapses in information security practices.
Digital Realty Trust CEO Michael Foust and Victorian Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips were on hand to open the data centre operator’s second Tier III facility in Melbourne at Deer Park. The 8690 square metre data centre has four 1440 kW data halls. It forms part of the company’s $150 million investment in Victoria.
The Supreme Court of Victoria is conducting a trial of a Web-based case management system called RedCrest to lodge case files.
Up to 120 ICT roles will be created in Melbourne as SAP establishes a mission control centre (MCC) in the city.
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