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A new educational foundation hopes to introduce children worldwide to coding, using a tiny single-board computer that has changed the way coding is taught in schools across the U.K.
Compuware’s CEO Chris O’Malley is adamant that demand for mainframe technology is not going away.
Touting new advanced placement course, the Obama administration looks at interdisciplinary approach to improve STEM education for underrepresented students and address shortage of skilled workers.
Last year, Western Australia's largest university identified a shadow IT problem caused by a lack of trust between the IT department and business units. Richard Addiscott director of IT planning, governance and security explains how he filled the 'trust chasm'.
Australia’s national research computing facility, the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), has received a $14 million boost, which will provide a 30 per cent uplift in its supercomputing capability.
Australian businesses have been caught using $200,000 worth of unlicensed software so far this year, according to industry advocate BSA.
China’s Thirteenth Five-Year Plan indicates the nation’s plan to hack Australian companies and steal intellectual property, says a US cyber security think tank.
University of Washington and Microsoft researchers believe they have broken the record for storing and retrieving data in DNA molecules.
The University of Melbourne has switched on a new high performance computing service, which it claims is unique in the education sector.
LaTrobe University is moving its student management system to the cloud following the signing of a new agreement with TechnologyOne.
Apple and IBM this week released their first iOS app for academia. IBM Watson Element for Educators is designed to blend student data with curriculum and cognitive technology to improve and enhance personalized education for K-12 students.
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