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NSW DET on netbook hiring spree

NSW DET on netbook hiring spree

The NSW Department of Education and Training will hire hundreds of extra full-time IT staff to support the 220,000 netbooks to be deployed this year, but the fleet's operating system is yet to be announced.

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Apple kills rumor, handles desktop news exactly right

Apple kills rumor, handles desktop news exactly right

Score one for Apple when it comes to squashing a blogosphere rumor.The rumor mill had just started spinning its wheels with buzz of a March 24 Apple event - presumably to announce a refresh to the Mac desktop line - when the company unexpectedly made the announcement in the form of a press release yesterday.

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Cloud Data Storage Policy

The rise of third-party cloud-based file storage applications has brought flexibility and ease of data access to users and businesses alike. Commonly-used applications such as Dropbox, OneDrive and Google...

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Avocent - don't forget the underlying infrastructure

Avocent - don't forget the underlying infrastructure

It's clear to me that as organizations use various forms of virtualization technology to increase performance, scalability, reliability, optimization and the like, they also ought to be on top of what the underlying physical infrastrucure is doing or not doing. Outages seen by an end user may come from a frozen database server or a failed piece of hardware. Tracking these things down in real time can be very difficult in a complex, virtualized environment.

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The downside to corporate wireless plans

The downside to corporate wireless plans

Guest post: When looking at corporate wireless plans, TechRepublic's Jay Rollins finds that the promise of pooled minutes, volume discounts, and a dedicated account manager may seem like Nirvana, but you’re giving something up. You can find more posts like this on TechRepublic's CIO for Hire blog.

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Top ad carriers in January, 2009

Top ad carriers in January, 2009

RankPropertyUnique Visitors (000)Reach % Total Audience191,863100%1Platform-A174,58691%2Yahoo! Network164,71286%3ValueClick Networks160,26184%4Google Ad Network158,48183%5Traffic Marketplace146,90377%6Yahoo! Sites146,13176%7Specific Media145,92976%8Tribal Fusion143,86975%9Google143,11675%1024/7 Real Media141,60474%11Tremor Media - Potential Reach136,86771%12Casale Media - MediaNet136,77271%13Turn, Inc132,94969%14Adconion Media Group130,71768%15interCLICK126,70666%16CPX Interactive125,76466%17DRIVEpm125,25565%18ADSDAQ by ContextWeb121,02263%19Revenue Science114,12259%20Digital Broadcasting Group111,69858%21MSN-Windows Live111,69558%22Collective Network111,32258%23Burst Media109,04357%24AOL Media Network108,44157%25BrightRoll Video Network98,17951%26AdBrite89,64947%27YOUTUBE.COM82,77243%28Centro - Potential Reach81,55943%29Vibrant Media79,90842%30MYSPACE.COM75,63939%31NNN Total Newspapers: U.S.74,80039%32Ask Network74,74239%33Pulse 36071,07537%34Gorilla Nation Media68,68436%35IAC Ad Solutions66,75935%36Undertone Networks66,08334%37Career Ad Network65,93634%38ITN Digital [...]

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Teachers attack NSW DET filter

Teachers attack NSW DET filter

A number of NSW teachers and librarians have criticised the Department of Education's (DET) web filtering system, claiming it is too restrictive and has sacrificed educational benefits in the name of child protection.

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