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Canberra Times
Canberra July 2016 school holidays guide: what to do with the kids this winterbooking fee). www.parksaustralia.gov.au AIS Sports Vacation Program With plen
Canberra July 2016 school holidays guide: what to do with the kids this winter
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
booking fee). www.parksaustralia.gov.au AIS Sports Vacation Program With plenty of different activities on offer at the Australian Institute of Sport, every kid will get the chance to be active and entertained these holidays. The program is... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Federal election videos: 5 candidates in 5 minutesand Downlands College. He holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in marketing a
Federal election videos: 5 candidates in 5 minutes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
and Downlands College. He holds a Bachelor of Business majoring in marketing and economics (USQ), a Diploma of Export (Australian Institute of Export) and an MBA (Bond University). In 2012 he was awarded a PhD in Agribusiness Management... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dunkleyis currently President of Squash and Racquetball Victoria and formerly an advis
Dunkley
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
is currently President of Squash and Racquetball Victoria and formerly an advisor to Duncan Kerr. She graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a Masters degree from the University of Melbourne. Originally from Wagga... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves inand purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves in
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
and purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and took over two strata floors in the renowned Australian Institute of Architects building at 41 Exhibition Street, which it offloaded in March this year for $2.05 million... Read more
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WA Today
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves inand purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves in
WA Today / Posted yesterday
and purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and took over two strata floors in the renowned Australian Institute of Architects building at 41 Exhibition Street, which it offloaded in March this year for $2.05 million... Read more
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The Age
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves inand purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves in
The Age / Posted yesterday
and purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and took over two strata floors in the renowned Australian Institute of Architects building at 41 Exhibition Street, which it offloaded in March this year for $2.05 million... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves inand purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
and purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and took over two strata floors in the renowned Australian Institute of Architects building at 41 Exhibition Street, which it offloaded in March this year for $2.05 million... Read more
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Canberra Times
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves inand purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and
Collins Street commands premium as Sotheby's moves in
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
and purchases. The group sold its auction house in Armadale four years ago and took over two strata floors in the renowned Australian Institute of Architects building at 41 Exhibition Street, which it offloaded in March this year for $2.05 million... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fortified bread helping fight neural tube defects in Aboriginal babiesin 2009 to address the prevalence of neural tube defects and to deal with the r
Fortified bread helping fight neural tube defects in Aboriginal babies
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
in 2009 to address the prevalence of neural tube defects and to deal with the re-emergence of iodine deficiencies. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare said neural tube defects had fallen more than 74 per cent in Indigenous babies... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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TheBull
Petrol prices fallRetail petrol: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, last week th
Petrol prices fall
TheBull / Posted yesterday
Retail petrol: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, last week the national average Australian price of unleaded petrol fell by 3.5 cents per litre 123.7 cents per litre (week to June 26). 28.06.2016 12:25 PM Discounting cycle drives... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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The Young Witness
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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Western Advocate
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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Daily Liberal
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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The Border Mail
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC reportPeter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apa
James Packer's Barangaroo tower receives final approval despite critical PAC report
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Peter Mould, who said no reason had been given for adding so many floors of apartments, and from the NSW President of the Australian Institute of Architects. "The only possible explanation for this change is increased profits without any accrued... Read more
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Money Management
Peter Clare joins Rubik boardPeter Clare, has been appointed to the board of fintech company, Rubik Financia
Peter Clare joins Rubik board
Money Management / Posted 2 days ago
Peter Clare, has been appointed to the board of fintech company, Rubik Financial Limited. Clare is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Governance Institute of Australia, we well as a fellow of CPA Australia and... Read more
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Money Management
Peter Clare joins Rubrik boardPeter Clare, has been appointed to the board of fintech company, Rubik Financia
Peter Clare joins Rubrik board
Money Management / Posted 2 days ago
Peter Clare, has been appointed to the board of fintech company, Rubik Financial Limited. Clare is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Governance Institute of Australia, we well as a fellow of CPA Australia and... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Folate in bread drops rate of birth defectsAustralia New Zealand Food Standards Code. A review of the bread fortification
Folate in bread drops rate of birth defects
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. A review of the bread fortification program, conducted by the government funded Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), has found the overall rate of neural tube defects (NTDs) has decreased by... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Men work LONGER hours than women'family. On average, mothers reportedly spend more than 24 hours doing housewor
'Men work LONGER hours than women'
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
family. On average, mothers reportedly spend more than 24 hours doing housework or chores each week. The study by the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) looked at the housework, care and work habits of mothers between 2002 and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The latest sport science on keeping yourself cool this summersome athletes use cooling gloves or scarves, or drink prerace ice slushies – an
The latest sport science on keeping yourself cool this summer
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
some athletes use cooling gloves or scarves, or drink prerace ice slushies – an innovation introduced by scientists at the Australian Institute of Sport, who shipped cumbersome slushie machines to the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The pros and cons of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gentle yoga poses to help ease neck and back tensionhas stood the test of time. Devotees will tell you: regular practice can ease
Gentle yoga poses to help ease neck and back tension
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
has stood the test of time. Devotees will tell you: regular practice can ease pain and provide natural stress relief. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates that between 70 and 90 per cent of us will experience lower back pain... Read more
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Herald Sun
Independent vote holds up: studybut a strong flow of independent and minor party preferences is likely to go to
Independent vote holds up: study
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
but a strong flow of independent and minor party preferences is likely to go to the coalition, a new study shows. The Australian Institute for Progress study released on Monday gave Labor a 51-49 two-party preferred lead. But 24 per cent of... Read more
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News.com.au
Independent vote holds upbut a strong flow of independent and minor party preferences is likely to go to
Independent vote holds up
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
but a strong flow of independent and minor party preferences is likely to go to the coalition, a new study shows. The Australian Institute for Progress study released on Monday gave Labor a 51-49 two-party preferred lead. But 24 per cent of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'A train wreck': child protection jobs cutor staff are said to have neglected their responsibilities. The last national
'A train wreck': child protection jobs cut
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
or staff are said to have neglected their responsibilities. The last national survey of child abuse reports, by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in 2014, found more than half the reports were not investigated. Ms Reed, of the... Read more
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Money Management
ASIC remakes key general advice class orderproduct advice — exempt documents" on Friday at the same time as releasing subm
ASIC remakes key general advice class order
Money Management / Posted 3 days ago
product advice — exempt documents" on Friday at the same time as releasing submissions received from the FSC and the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) strongly supporting the move. Both organisations said they regarded... Read more
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Queensland Times
Orion Lagoon wins national recognition for its design and successfriendly open spaces by bagging two prestigious awards. Ipswich City Cr David
Orion Lagoon wins national recognition for its design and success
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
friendly open spaces by bagging two prestigious awards. Ipswich City Cr David Morrison, said the lagoon had claimed the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects' 2016 Queensland Parks and Open Space Architecture Award. The facility also won... Read more
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The North West Star
Deputy coroner recommends suicide prevention effort for seriously ill seniorstogether with screening for depression," Mr Lock wrote in his report. Mr Lock
Deputy coroner recommends suicide prevention effort for seriously ill seniors
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
together with screening for depression," Mr Lock wrote in his report. Mr Lock cited research by the Queensland based Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention and assistance from the Office of the State Coroner Domestic and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Suicide prevention needed for sick elderlytogether with screening for depression," Mr Lock wrote in his report. Mr Lock
Suicide prevention needed for sick elderly
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
together with screening for depression," Mr Lock wrote in his report. Mr Lock cited research by the Queensland based Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention and assistance from the Office of the State Coroner Domestic and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Awards highlight Tasmanian architects' role in tourism successlandscape are among the winners in this year's state architecture awards. Dale
Awards highlight Tasmanian architects' role in tourism success
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
landscape are among the winners in this year's state architecture awards. Dale Campisi from the Tasmanian branch of the Australian Institute of Architects said local architects played a key role in the current wave of success being enjoyed in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gentle yoga poses to help ease neck and back tensionhas stood the test of time. Devotees will tell you: regular practice can ease
Gentle yoga poses to help ease neck and back tension
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
has stood the test of time. Devotees will tell you: regular practice can ease pain and provide natural stress relief. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates that between 70 and 90 per cent of us will experience lower back pain... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is under siegereef she saw was substantially degraded in many places from what it was like in
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is under siege
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
reef she saw was substantially degraded in many places from what it was like in the 1980s. According to a report from the Australian Institute of Marine Science, about half of the reef's coral died between 1985 and 2012. The report blamed damage... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous teens link traditional knowledge and modern science to save reefsea country The month-long program involves theoretical study through visits t
Indigenous teens link traditional knowledge and modern science to save reef
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
sea country The month-long program involves theoretical study through visits to Townsville's Reef HQ aquarium, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science. The hands-on component sees students from Year 8, 9 and 10 visit James Cook... Read more
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News.com.au
News.com.ausharing app Uber is about to change the way it charges users by eliminating the
News.com.au
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
sharing app Uber is about to change the way it charges users by eliminating the guesswork. Will it change the game? THE Australian Institute of Sport is banking on an innovative, hi-tech approach to boost our medal count ahead of Rio. Will it... Read more
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The Border Mail
Amid apartment building frenzy, architects award new university residencesAmid the building frenzy, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian
Amid apartment building frenzy, architects award new university residences
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Amid the building frenzy, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian gong for apartments goes to an unusual recipient. As Melbourne's apartment boom continues, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian award for a new... Read more
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The Courier
Amid apartment building frenzy, architects award new university residencesAmid the building frenzy, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian
Amid apartment building frenzy, architects award new university residences
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Amid the building frenzy, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian gong for apartments goes to an unusual recipient. As Melbourne's apartment boom continues, the Australian Institute of Architects' top Victorian award for a new... Read more
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Daily Examiner
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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Northern Star
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
Northern Star / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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Queensland Times
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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News Mail
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policiesprocesses, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly see
ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies
News Mail / Posted 5 days ago
processes, cut costs and improve efficiency. The business sector certainly seems to think so with a report released by the Australian Institute of Company Directors showing the Federal Government needed to pursue long-term policies that addressed... Read more
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Perth Now
Australia’s secret weapon ahead of Rioany competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in
Australia’s secret weapon ahead of Rio
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
any competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in the middle of the pack. That’s why the Australian Institute of Sport has teamed up with Microsoft in an effort to harness the power of data in a quest to boost the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia’s secret weapon ahead of Rioany competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in
Australia’s secret weapon ahead of Rio
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
any competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in the middle of the pack. That’s why the Australian Institute of Sport has teamed up with Microsoft in an effort to harness the power of data in a quest to boost the... Read more
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News.com.au
The AIS is banking on data technology ahead of Rio gamesStephanie Cumming and Sara Blicans get fitted out, photographed and record mess
The AIS is banking on data technology ahead of Rio games
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
Stephanie Cumming and Sara Blicans get fitted out, photographed and record messages for the Rio Olympics, at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. IN THE high octane world of sport and athletics, any competitive advantage can... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Australia's secret weapon ahead of Rioany competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in
Australia's secret weapon ahead of Rio
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
any competitive advantage can mean the difference between winning and coming in the middle of the pack. That’s why the Australian Institute of Sport has teamed up with Microsoft in an effort to harness the power of data in a quest to boost the... Read more
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iTWire
Microsoft SQL Server claimed to have no equalis to 'empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve mor
Microsoft SQL Server claimed to have no equal
iTWire / Posted 5 days ago
is to 'empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more’," she said. The audience heard from the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) on how it was using big data and analytics and had a deep dive into what the new product... Read more
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iTWire
Microsoft SQL server has no equalplanet to achieve more’ she said. The occasion was the Australian launch of Mi
Microsoft SQL server has no equal
iTWire / Posted 6 days ago
planet to achieve more’ she said. The occasion was the Australian launch of Microsoft’s SLQ server 2016. We heard from the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) on how it was using big data and analytics and had a deep dive into what the new product... Read more
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