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The 10th of May, 2011 saw the official announcement and release of the 2011 Federal Australian Budget by the federal Treasurer Wayne Swan.
Below is a list of all the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) projects that were announced, as well as a list of spending cuts on ICT projects that were announced in previous budgets.
Based on the estimated costs of the entire ICT project funding announcements, investment into Australian ICT has slowed - with around $1.2 billion of projects announced in last year's budget versus $770 million for 2011/12.
We’re now wondering why the Federal Government is giving $52.4 million in funding to the National Broadband Network (NBN), while cutting spending and cancelling some programs that would actually benefit from the implementation of the NBN.
It seems as though the Government has done a complete 180 on the programs that they’re cutting, without actually considering the benefits that these programs would have had for the Australian people.
A client of Intuitive IT was recently trying to log into their computer. It took an excessively long time to login and when it did it seemed to have been reset to default, with all of their custom settings gone. Their e-mail was no longer set up on Outlook Express and the icons on their custom desktop icons had all disappeared as well.
They contacted Intuitive IT with the problem and one of our technicians tried to remotely access their computer, when they were faced with the error message: “The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.”
The following instructions illustrate how to fix this problem on both the Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems, however the original Microsoft Support page explains another two methods on how to also fix this problem.
1. Click Start
2. In Start Search (Windows Vista) or Search programs and files (Windows 7) area, type in regedit, and press Enter.
3. If prompted by UAC, click Continue (Windows Vista) or Yes (Windo ...
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