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Australia gets open source think-tank

A newly formed, Australian-based open source advisory group aims to deliver expert advice and information on free and open source software (FOSS).

Written by Nadia Cameron08 April 04 12:23

HDS storage network easy as ABC

Hitachi Data Systems is in the final stages of implementing a $1.7 million dollar storage network for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).

Written by Nadia Cameron05 Feb. 04 07:11

Garbee says Debian has a place in society

Governments in countries without strong IT infrastructure or skills are utilising free and open source software as part of a comprehensive plan to “boot strap” the populace into technology, a leading Linux representative has claimed.

Written by Nadia Cameron16 Jan. 04 14:23

Open source bookmarks Australian heritage

With 500 staff, two buildings, seven public readings rooms and information sharing relationships with 1100 libraries globally, the National Library of Australia is an organisation bound to have unique IT requirements.

Written by Nadia Cameron08 Sept. 03 13:09

Government takes cautionary stance on open source software

The federal government has no plans to support legislation which requires open source software solutions to be included in all future departmental ICT contracts, and will continue to uphold a neutral stance on open source software, the National Office of Information Economy (NOIE) has stated.

Written by Nadia Cameron03 Sept. 03 10:29