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2017 CAUDIT Leadership Institute Success
01 Sep 2017

Participants from Australian and New Zealand universities and research organisations have successfully completed the 2017 CAUDIT Leadership Institute...

Garvan Institute a member of CAUDIT
26 Jul 2017

CAUDIT welcomes the Garvan Institute of Medical Research as a member of CAUDIT

Snapshot of CAUDIT Member Representatives
26 Jul 2017

CAUDIT has recently been delving through some data relating to the CAUDIT member representatives...

CAUDIT 2017 Top Ten Topics
26 Jul 2017

CAUDIT has released the Top Ten Topics in 2017 for university ICT leaders...

CAUDIT has a new name!
03 Jul 2017

CAUDIT has now formally registered its new name 'Council of Australasian University Directors of Information Technology...

GEO Science Joins AeRO
30 Jun 2017

and AeRO begins search for new CEO...

02 Jun 2017

CAUDIT welcomes the Australian Nuclear Science Technology Organisation as an Affiliate member...

JUCC Hosts CAUDIT at Leadership Institute in Hong Kong
02 Jun 2017

JUCC has welcomed CAUDIT at their Leadership Institute held in Discovery Bay, Hong Kong over three days in April...

Tim Lane awarded 2017 AusCERT Individual Excellence in Information Security
02 Jun 2017

This award is presented to the individual who has provided a great contribution to information security...

New subsea cable to provide additional connectivity between Australia and South East Asia
23 Apr 2017

AARNet, Google, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel, SubPartners, and Telstra have announced they have entered into an agreement with Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) to build a new international subsea cable system that will connect Singapore, Indonesia and Australia...

CAUDIT Higher Education EA Reference models roll out to 147 universities - and counting!
23 Apr 2017

We have seen substantial uptake by local and international institutions (147 universities from 16 countries in total to date).

AeRO 2017 National Forum Invitation
31 Mar 2017

AeRO National Forum – Thriving in the data-driven research world – the roadmap, the ARDC and beyond…

Mandatory Data Breach Notification Scheme
31 Mar 2017

Now established in Australia...

01 Mar 2017

An example of how one university is implementing ORCID...

Next Generation AAF Project Completed
01 Mar 2017

This project created the next generation Australian Access Federation (AAF) infrastructure and products to make national and international research collaboration easier..

Access to your organisation’s research management data
30 Nov 2016

As part of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Management System (RMS) redevelopment, the ARC has provisioned an Application Programming Interface (API). The API allows Administering Organisations’ systems to automatically interact with RMS and extract organisation data including clients, proposals, projects, final reports and end-of-year reports.

In recent months the ARC has been working with The University of Sydney’s system provider to assist them to successfully integrate their research management system with the RMS API.

CAUDIT 2016 US Study Tour
30 Nov 2016

Led by Steven Wojnarowski and Steve Johnston, ten representatives from CAUDIT Member Institutions participated in a two-stage study tour through Anaheim, San Jose and Seattle...

Completion of 2016 CAUDIT Managers Program
30 Nov 2016

Congratulations to the 20 participants of the 2016 CAUDIT Managers Program who completed their final face-to-face session in Melbourne during November. The final session was hosted by CAUDIT Member Defence Science Technology Group with participants also receiving a tour of the facilities at the South Wharf site...

CAUDIT Feedback on National Research Infrastructure Capability Issues Paper
02 Nov 2016

CAUDIT has submitted feedback including the recommendation to leverage existing services such as the Next Generation AAF project and existing infrastructure provided through AARNet...

Review of eduroam Policy
02 Nov 2016

Eduroam is a TERENA registered trademark and is an abbreviation for ‘educational roaming’...