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Don't leave planning for Windows Server 2003 End of Support until its too late! 22/10/2014
Windows Server 2003 will reach End of Support on 14th July 2015. Now is the time to plan your migration to Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Office 365
Are you still running Windows XP? 12/09/2014
Windows XP support has ended As of April 8, 2014, support and updates for Windows XP are no longer available. Don't let your PC go unprotected. What is Windows XP end of support? Microsoft provided support for Windows XP for the past 12 years. But the time came for us, along with our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources toward supporting more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great new experiences.
Advances in Wireless 01/11/2011
Many IT organizations are understandably skeptical about wireless. The legacy microcell systems (the traditional single channel access point systems) installed in most enterprises have a reputation for complexity, poor security and lackluster performance. In a challenging business climate, few organizations want their IT departments to build out a new edge network simply for users' convenience.
Understanding the Cloud 01/11/2011
Cloud computing is one of the latest computer and business industry buzz words. It joins the ranks of virtualization, grid computing, and clustering, among others, in the IT industry.

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No supermarket ownership of pharmacy: Dutton 09/09/2014
The Federal Government remains unconvinced of the need for supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths to run pharmacies, according to Health Minister Peter Dutton. Speaking on ABC’s Lateline program, Mr Dutton reinforced his previous commitment to existing pharmacy ownership regulations.
Privacy concerns continue to trouble pharmacy 29/08/2014
thousands of pharmacy customers have endorsed the level of service provided by pharmacies around the country, while raising concerns over privacy issues, in particular. Analysis of QCPP patient questionnaires has revealed common themes across pharmacies with opening hours, privacy, pharmacy layout, seating and pharmacy appearance that all pharmacies needed to consider.
Services and technology keys to the future: Tambassis 14/08/2014
Pharmacy must overcome resistance to increasing its service offering if it is to survive, a senior Pharmacy Guild figure believes. Speaking at an event in Melbourne today, Guild national president George Tambassis emphasised the importance of incorporating technology and adopting better services into community pharmacy.
Shining a spotlight on rural pharmacy 12/08/2014
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has released an online video, highlighting various rural, regional and remote community pharmacies providing excellence in healthcare. The video contains interviews with pharmacists at various rural pharmacies around Australia, explaining their approach to unique issues faced in regional areas, and services they provide. Locations visited include Bundaberg, QLD; Bathurst, NSW; Maryborough, VIC; Gympie, QLD and Broken Hill, NSW. By Christie Moffat Pharmacy
A Slive of Pharmacy History 06/08/2014
A 170-year-old pharmacy is one of the hidden treasures of the University of Melbourne. The Savory and Moore Pharmacy provides visitors with the chance to see pharmacy as it was before the age of mass-produced pharmaceutical products.