Victoria University researchers wanted to predict domestic violence incidents by analysing social media data and turned to Oracle Cloud to provide the sheer computational grunt needed to support its deep learning models.
Victoria University is to to adopt the UAC Advance system for managing academic credit for prior study.
Marketing automation company Taguchi Marketing has appointed Hayley Rathbone as its marketing and communications manager.
Australian data analytics company Zetaris has appointed Martin Cerantonio to the role of vice president for global alliances.
Decision-making platform provider Board International has made four senior appointments.
Australian listed IT services provider Data#3 has implemented a new high performance storage solution for Victoria University in Melbourne, designed to drive an improved digital experience for staff and students.
Victoria University has launched an emergency support fund to help students with vital financial assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Victoria University is partnering with cyber security vendor Cisco to open a cybersecurity training centre in Melbourne’s West to meet an increasing demand for workers in one of Australia’s fastest growing and under serviced industries.
Victoria University is implementing a new student system from TechnologyOne for its vocational education (TAFE) division, VU Polytechnic, which it says will transform its students' experience.
Victoria University has signed a new seven-year deal with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne to transform Vocational Education and Training student management to a secure cloud environment.
Victoria University is collaborating with global software giant SAP to launch Australia’s first SAP Next-Gen Lab where students can draw on SAP’s capabilities and latest technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, blockchain and big data.
Huawei plans to build a cloud data centre in New Zealand and open an innovation laboratory at Victoria University of Wellington in 2017.
Melbourne tabloid The Age has blamed technology for the paper having published an advertisement on Monday, from a sponsor of the Western Bulldogs, commiserating with the club on its "grand final loss", despite the fact that the Dogs had won.
Cisco's network-based location technology is being welcomed by two of Victoria's universities.
Melbourne's Victoria University has switched on its new learning management platform, Brightspace, to 40,000 students across both TAFE and higher education.
The ICT sector has easily outstripped every other business and industry sector in the executive job stakes, with employment demand for execs in the sector up a whopping 70% last month. Demand for executives across all other sectors was also relatively buoyant, increasing by 24%.
Consulting and technology services firm, Oakton has completed implementation of an online student admission process at Victoria University, with well over 1,000 applications from students already received.
SAP has appointed Geraldine McBride as president of its North America region.
Lawyers may no longer have to struggle in to courtrooms with luggage cases stacked with documents, if a pair of iPad-touting law students are to be believed.
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