The National Australia Bank (NAB) is laying claim to the title of first organisation in the country to use tri-generation (trigen) power in its data centre.
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Computer facilities at Curtin University were shut down and some students evacuated as wild storms tore through Perth last night.
The University of Technology has received more than $1 million in free financial software licences to be used by post-graduate finance students.
One of the country’s hardest violent video game critics, South Australian Attorney-General (AG), Michael Atkinson, has resigned to pave the way for new Labor blood.
David Thorne doesn’t believe in sacred cows. But as a marketing designer, there are lines to be toed and defined boundaries of creativity. So he created the virtual playground [[xref:http://www.27bslash6.com|27b/6]], where nothing and nobody is safe; co-workers, landlords, police officers and his son and his school’s “fat-headed” chancellor are sufficient comedic fodder. He blends merciless wit with shock humour and has won a bet that he can make a viral blog at a drop of a hat. He also has the word ‘SHEEP’ tattooed on his bicep.
Ditch your regular servers for blades, consider tri-generation cooling and assess carbon costs over the long term. These are some of the recommendations that will be discussed by NAB’s data centre platform specialist, Glenn Allan, at CeBit’s upcoming <i> Future-Proofing Your Data Centre</i> conference in Sydney.
The website of infamous Internet prankster, David Thorne, has been suspended.
The NSW Department of Education and Training (DET) networks are almost at capacity.
Gamers will dress as zombies to raise awareness about the lack of an R18+ rating for video games in Australia
NSW will soon have the largest centrally-controlled wireless network in the world with Wi-Fi covering every school in the state, according to the NSW Department of Education and Training (DET).
The network that made possible the sale of messiah-inscribed toast and popularised videos of cats playing piano — the Internet — has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Pipe Networks shareholders have voted in favour of a $373 million acquisition by TPG Telecom.
Shadow treasurer Joe Hockey has slammed the government’s proposal to filter the Internet in a presentation at Melbourne’s Grattan Institute yesterday.
A group dressing as zombies to protest the lack of an R18+ video game classification in Australia will return to Sydney later this month.
New Zealand’s opt-in Internet content filter has gone live today with a least two confirmed participating ISPs. The government-run and operated scheme was quietly turned on early last month as a soft launch.