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Displaying items by tag: Chris Evans

GUEST INTERVIEW: The special guest speaker at Over The Wire's July 22 event at Adelaide's Prohibition Liquor Co is VMWare's Ambassador of the Office of the CTO, Chris Evans, and he spoke to iTWireTV to give us a preview of what is set to be a very cool in-person COVID-safe event - read on to see the interview and to register now!

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: The special guest speaker at Over The Wire's July 22 event at Adelaide's Prohibition Liquor Co is VMWare's Ambassador of the Office of the CTO, Chris Evans, and he spoke to iTWireTV to give us a preview of what is set to be a very cool in-person COVID-safe event - read on to see the interview and to register now!

Published in Networking
Friday, 16 July 2010 11:21

A win in the filter debate (for everybody)

There is nothing the Government said in its announced review of the Refused Classification category of the National Classification Scheme that makes its plan for a mandatory ISP level internet filter any less likely, should it win the election.

Published in The Big House

The Federal Government remained "absolutely committed" to introducing an internet filter and people should not confuse the just-announced review of the classification system as a policy back down, the Government's Senate leader has told ABC television.

Published in Technology Regulation

Information technology skills have retained a priority status on the Rudd Government's newly-published Skilled Occupation List on which skilled migration program is based.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 08 February 2010 18:41

Evans unveils skilled migration overhaul

Australia's skilled migration program is to be overhauled mid-year with the scrapping of the wide-ranging Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) in favour of a new system that it says will better target skills in short supply.
Published in Education
Immigration Minister Chris Evans has further tightened the rules for companies seeking to import skilled workers on short-stay visas, introducing measures to make sure employees from overseas don’t get ripped off - and that local workers aren't priced out of the market.

Published in Education

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