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Tracking the path to success

Kevin Cohen from Ramp are one of the local IoT partners for Microsoft. Photographer Adam Yip

Ramp RFID: Inventory accuracy the right key for retail From fish to people to clothing to trucks to mineral samples, Ramp RFID tracks them all. RFID stands for radio-frequency identification and for the past eight years Ramp RFID, which specialises in asset tracking, vehicle tracking and people tracking, has been … Read more »

TAFE SA and Microsoft working together to boost student learning


TAFE SA has embarked on a groundbreaking partnership with global software giant Microsoft to shift its entire online learning system into Microsoft’s Azure cloud. TAFE SA Chief Executive Robin Murt said the partnership had led to the first case in Australia of an organisation the size of TAFE SA transferring … Read more »

Office 365 and ‘Peggy’ keep The Australian Ballet on its toes

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As the one of Australia’s major arts companies, The Australian Ballet’s vision of expanding its Company, attracting new audiences and creating new productions, has lead the IT department to look at ways the company could be more productive, more collaborative and more mobile. IT Manager Damien Calvert has been with … Read more »

Windows 10 takes honours at The University of Newcastle


Sydney – November 18 2015 – The University of Newcastle (UON) is rolling out Windows 10 to around 10,000 devices across campus by the end of 2016, as part of its digital strategy aiming to put it on track to be ranked amongst the world’s top 200 universities. UON is … Read more »

Into the technology fast lane


  Windows 10, Office 365 and Dell help make HRT a winner From the pits, it’s the noise that first gets to you. Close up, it is beyond loud. It assaults every part of you, tearing at your head, pulsing through your body. V8 Supercars isn’t for the faint-hearted. Inside … Read more »

Doffing the hat to an innovative safety solution


Laing O’Rourke embraces the possibilities of IoT Construction is an inherently dangerous business, but when it is being conducted in some of the most remote and inhospitable regions of the world the potential dangers take on a different, more challenging dimension. For Laing O’Rourke, an international engineering enterprise, the safety … Read more »

Announcing new CSP partners

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Attributed to: Phil Goldie, Microsoft Director, Partner Business and Development It’s hard to believe that it has only been around 13 months since we unveiled our two Azure data centres in Australia and here we are announcing the next wave of partners in our expanded 1-Tier Cloud Solution Provider program. … Read more »

Sport and Recreation on the ExpressRoute for a fitter future


Attributed to: Marc Dimmick, CIO, Department of Sport & Recreation, WA Cloud investment helps WA Department enhance community’s quality of life Our mission at the Western Australian Department of Sport and Recreation is to enhance the quality of life of people in this State through their participation and achievement in … Read more »