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  • Americas are just 2 weeks away from running out of IPv4 addresses

    John Curran, <a href="https://www.arin.net/">CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN),</a> told attendees at the <a href="http://events.campustechnology.com/Events/CT-Summer-Educational-Technology-Conference/Information/HOME.aspx">Campus Technology conference</a> in Boston on Wednesday that the IP address authority's pool of IPv4 addresses has dwindled to 90,000 and will be exhausted in about two weeks.

  • IT experience to count towards master’s degree

    IT workers will soon be able to put their professional experience towards a master’s degree qualification in an offering Deakin University claims is a world-first.

  • Former Intersect boss joins UNSW

    Former Intersect CEO, Dr Ian Gibson, has joined the University of New South Wales as associate dean (industry & innovation) - a role that will see him connect researchers with industry.

  • Innovation centre to address one of Australia's biggest failings

    A new innovation centre at Curtin University in Perth is attempting to address an area Australia struggles with – connecting academia and industry.

  • Former university IT manager found corrupt

    The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has found that Brett Roberts, a former IT manager at three universities, engaged in corrupt conduct by authorising and certifying the payment of false invoices.

  • Microsoft testing new Office 365 features to entice educators

    Microsoft announced a private beta for a pair of new services Wednesday aimed at making its Office 365 service work better in schools.

  • Chinese university opens Microsoft-backed U.S. outpost

    China's Tsinghua University has teamed up with the University of Washington and Microsoft to launch the Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) -- a tech-focused graduate school that's the first of its kind.

  • Optus to help digitise schools

    The Queensland Education Leadership Institute (QELi) and Optus will create technology solutions for schools across the state following a new agreement between the companies.

  • Creating the right digital roadmap

    Australian universities face a significant challenge: deliver digital content to students from anywhere but still provide the same level of learning that has been traditionally offered by teachers in lecture theatres.

  • Supercomputer to help drive discoveries of disease-resistant crops

    Scientists are using a supercomputer to identify the nanostructure of cellulose to potentially pave the way for more disease-resistant crop varieties and increase the sustainability of the pulp, paper and fibre industry.

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