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Amazon Web Services announced a few really interesting services during re:Invent last week. One that caught my attention was AWS Rekognition

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Link Digital is excited to start working with the ANU (Australian National University) on an innovative project called MDbox: The open access repository for molecular dynamics (MD) simulation data. 

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When looking at open access I've been considering what frictionless science might look like. I've been thinking about how to publish the full set of research artifacts needed to replicate and review work undertaken by labs, or to swap out data and reconstitute the research in a new context.

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    Traditionally upgrades haven’t been a task sysadmins relish. In days gone by, the chances of breaking a perfectly functional application was quite high, and it usually wasn’t until the risks posed by a security threat outweighed the risks of a system outage that admins begrudgingly relented. Unless upgrades involve some kind of security patch, many sysadmins will avoid feature only upgrades.

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    As anticipated in late May, Brisbane City Council have launched their new open data platform at data.brisbane.qld.gov.au ahead of GovHack 2015. The new platform is based on CKAN with additional features implemented via Drupal. It has been established for ongoing management by Link Digital on Amazon Web Services.

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    After presenting at the AWS Public Sector, Education and Non-Profits Symposium in Canberra a number of our Government clients have asked how they can procure services via our listing on the Department of Finance's Cloud Services Panel.

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    The new National Archives of Australia (NAA) website Forced Adoptions was launched by former Prime Minister Julia Gillard on 21 March 2015 to coincide with the opening of an exhibition on forced adoption practices.

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    The 2014-15 financial year, particularly this latter half, is shaping up to be the year government in Australia finally starts journeying in earnest into the cloud. In the past two months alone we’ve seen stock photos of fluffy clouds blowing into articles about both Federal and State ventures. The New South Wales government for instance

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