The Online Way to Building a Catholic Community

27/04/2016

Any passionate Catholic will tell you that fostering good relationships within your community is an important part of Christian life. In the age of the Internet, social media allows communities to expand and unite; in a space independent...

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People of Faith Urge Governments to Take Action on Climate Change

26/04/2016

In a move to ratify the Paris Climate Change Agreement, one of CR’s Members, Catholic Earthcare Australia, joined the world's faith leaders to call for governments to act on climate change. In a vibrant ceremony in New York,...

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Figtree Conference Centre

25/04/2016

Figtree Conference Centre (FCC) is a social enterprise business of RichmondPRA, a leading community mental health not-for-profit. RichmondPRA works with people with a lived experience of a mental health issue to support them to lead contributing lives in...

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How to improve your relationship with your managed service provider

22/04/2016

Outsourcing your IT to a managed service provider (MSP) is supposed to make your life easier. If it doesn’t, something has gone wrong. But improving your relationship with your MSP should be easy enough with one or more...

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5 ways to engage internal stakeholders in the work of IT

22/04/2016

You know organisational productivity will rise if you’re able to refresh the outdated hardware employees are using. But somehow the message isn’t getting through. The answer, as you well know, is not to repeat your arguments. The answer...

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What big data means for small business

22/04/2016

Big data is being used by big companies to make big decisions, but small and medium businesses are often sitting on more data than they realise. Is your data “big data”? Maybe not compared to what Facebook or...

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SaaS or on-premises? The security challenge for healthcare applications

22/04/2016

The healthcare industry faces a difficult paradox when it comes to IT services. Healthcare has some of the most tightly governed restrictions on how information is managed, but it runs the risk of not delivering services effectively enough...

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