Improving child safety in Queensland

The Microsoft Solutions and Development Centre (SDC) has successfully launched the Integrated Client Management System (ICMS) Release 4.0 to the Queensland Department of Child Safety and Queensland Department of Communities. Both the Sydney and Brisbane SDC teams worked hard to deliver this new and enhanced version of ICMS, which will help these agencies to improve…

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Microsoft Launches Global Anti-Piracy Day

  A genuine version (left), beside counterfeit copy (right) Sydney, Australia – 21 October, 2008 – Microsoft Corp. today announced “Global Anti-Piracy Awareness Day,” a simultaneous launch of local and international education initiatives and enforcement actions in 49 countries on six continents to combat the sophisticated, illegal trade of pirated and counterfeit software. The programs…

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Microsoft signs MoU with Queensland Government

  Left to Right: Mark Kenny, Education Account Manager, Microsoft; Peter Grant, Queensland State Director, Microsoft; Ralph Young, Vice President, World Wide Public Sector, Microsoft; Mal Grierson, Director General, Department of Public Works; Matt Miszewski; General Manager, Worldwide Public Sector; Rob Schwarten, Minister for ICT This month, Microsoft signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with…

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Australian teachers get top marks for inspiring use of ICT

Microsoft Australia today announced the state and territory winners of its annual Innovative Teachers Award, recognising 11 visionary teachers whose innovative teaching methods incorporating technology in the classroom is enhancing student learning and engagement. “The Innovative Teachers Award is about teachers using technology in an imaginative and innovative way to grab the attention of their…

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