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“You’ve got to be a little bit strategic and clever about the infrastructure you put in and how you persuade people to have an integrated and converged infrastructure, and use cloud resources and AARNet resources, whatever resources you can…to deliver a wide variety of outcomes” – Karen Holt, Director of Information Services, Australian National Maritime Museum

Watch the AARNet video interview with Karen Holt and learn about the role of technology at the Maritime Museum and the challenges of meeting the needs of stakeholders across a broad range of environments, including ships, submarines and travelling exhibitions. Karen also talks about the Museum’s new focus on personalisation.

 


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