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HR Tracking Database Software

HR Tracking Database Software for employee and job information for businesses HR Tracking Database Software by DB-Pros, Inc. was designed...

December 4, 2014 by DB-Pros

iDoctor Pro - Patients Medical History

iDoctor Pro Medical History is the most complete database for control patients, designed especially for doctors, where you can create...

November 4, 2014 by Luis Medinavi - PSgSoftware

Jobless and Employment Data Researcher

Visualize, trend, track and compare world unemployment charts for adults and youth historically and up till and including recent times....

October 20, 2014 by BibleMaximum

New government data says no AU ICT skills shortage

The federal Department of Employment and Workplace Relations' latest data on demand for ICT skills will be released early next week, and officials say the new data finds that, overall, there is no shortage of ICT skills in Australia. The new report does, however, find that NSW is experiencing strongest demand for ICT skills and that shortages of some ICT specialisations are still prevalent in some states.

October 21, 2004 by

Centrelink examines ILM in new storage solution

Australia's social security and employment agency, Centrelink, is seeking a new storage area network (SAN) to accommodate its requirements for the next three to five years.The new SAN would, the agency said in a draft request for proposal document, replace the existing Centrelink EMC Symmetrix 8830 disk subsystems presently deployed across two data centres and form part of a wider Centrelink 'Open Systems Storage Environment' initiative.

August 23, 2004 by

New data protection code on employee records

A new part of the Employment Practices Data Protection Code was published this week, the second in a series of four Codes of Practice from the Office of the Information Commissioner. It explains the procedures for storing employee data

September 9, 2002 by

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