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Case study: Government stimulus lets students off the blue leash

Case study: Government stimulus lets students off the blue leash

A wireless solution with coverage and performance at a reasonable price.
David Binning Dec 14 2010, 8:57AM Mobility
DiData sweeps up Excom assets

DiData sweeps up Excom assets

Customer lists among assets purchased.
Brett Winterford Oct 5 2010, 1:00PM Training & Development
Dimension Data offers lifeline to Excom students

Dimension Data offers lifeline to Excom students

Complete course for nix.
Ry Crozier Aug 26 2010, 10:10AM Sales & Marketing
Microsoft offers massive student discounts on Windows 7

Microsoft offers massive student discounts on Windows 7

Student edition to be priced in Australia at around $30.
Brett Winterford , Shaun Nichols Sep 21 2009, 3:44PM Software
Government funds 141,000 more school laptops

Government funds 141,000 more school laptops

The Federal Government has allocated second round funding of $141 million to enable almost 1400 schools nationwide to buy computers for students.
Staff Writers Jan 30 2009, 7:48AM Hardware
DET wants thin laptops at $500 for NSW students

DET wants thin laptops at $500 for NSW students

Just days after securing an extra $180 million from the Commonwealth for computers for schools, the NSW Department of Education and Training (DET) has called for tenders to deliver 200,000 laptops to NSW senior students at 570 state high schools.

Lilia Guan Dec 5 2008, 2:52PM Hardware
New system won't jade Swinburne students

New system won't jade Swinburne students

Victoria's Swinburne University of Technology will roll out a new student management system over the next 18 months, in a multimillion dollar project with New Zealand's Jade Software Corporation.
Clare Doble Sep 1 2004, 12:00AM Software
Students discover wireless network flaw

Students discover wireless network flaw

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) students have discovered a flaw in 802.11 (Wi-Fi) wireless networks that would allow a hacker to effectively shut down any wireless network using a Denial of Service (DoS)-like attack.
Paul Thurrott May 17 2004, 12:00AM Collaboration

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