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  • Blog Post: The Cambridge and Oxford College IT conference

    Early this morning, Dominic and I jumped into our respective cars to head to Cambridgeshire, to present a keynote for the third Cambridge and Oxford College IT Conference , held at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford . It’s quite an unusual conference venue, set inside the AirSpace hangar – overlooking...
  • Blog Post: The Cambridge super super-computers

    I’m not quite sure why I feel the headline above is a bit better than one my colleague wrote -  “Interoperable Supercomputer Attracts Wider User Base at Leading University” - but somehow I do feel that it’s a little easier on the eye. ( Mind you, I thought about “What weighs 20 tons and uses the...
  • Blog Post: Darwinian Databases

    The Windows Server launch team have made available the video of the Cambridge University team, who are using modern database technologies to solve a centuries-old data analysis problem. If you're into databases, and their uses, then this is a good video to watch now. But if you're like me, and the mysteries...
  • Blog Post: Extending business management systems

    With the rapid changes happening in the sector, and the challenges that brings for universities, there has been more focus on the use of business systems to help run universities. We're working in partnership with Business Insights Group , a Microsoft Gold partner, who specialise in the implementation...
  • Blog Post: Unlocking the Secrets of Darwinian Research at Cambridge University

    It's always pleasing when the work of education establishments is held up as a shining example of best practice use of technology. And it was pleasing last month, at the Windows Server 2008 launch event, that there was a fascinating insight into the way that one of the research teams at Cambridge University...
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