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  • Brisbane Girls Grammar revamps IT with Windows 7

    Brisbane Girls Grammar School (BGGS) has revealed it is one of the first Australian private education bodies to undertake a roll-out of the Windows 7, Office 2010, Exchange 2010 and Hyper-V packages across a whole organisation, telling Microsoft's Tech.Ed conference on the Gold Coast this week that it recently upgraded its systems and some 1,150 desktop PCs and laptops.

  • Computershare cuts costs in the cloud

    Australian investor services giant Computershare this week revealed that it had rebuilt its most highly trafficked sites on Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform, sending them live in the first week of August.

  • Tech.Ed 2010 lacking the buzz of past years

    Despite selling out to a capacity crowd of 2700 people, this year’s Tech.Ed conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast doesn’t quite live up to the events in previous years, according to attendees.

  • Coca Cola Amatil dumps Lotus Notes for BPOS

    Food and beverage giant Coca Cola Amatil (CCA) has dumped IBM’s Lotus Notes in favour of Microsoft’s Business Productivity Online Standard Suite(BPOS), in an effort to decrease commercial costs and to integrate collaboration across the company.