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Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI) has a new website and has added a presence on the social media sites, Facebook and Twitter.
Published 10th August 2012, 12:07pm Press Release
Online technology to ease local businesses' access to immigration database.
Published 21st February 2012, 10:28am Press Release
Technical glitches slow down government's central computer system.
Published 11th February 2010, 4:59pm Press Release
Some Government workers were unable to access messages due to a data corruption on the main government email server.
Published 22nd March 2006, 6:27pm Press Release
The men and women of Computer Services always serve Government to the best of their abilities.
Published 27th May 2005, 12:00pm Press Release
The Hon. Juliana O'Connor-Connolly initiated the visits to gain an overview of the concerns of each department and get feedback on support the ministry provides.
Published 31st August 2004, 6:06pm Press Release
Systems Manager Mark Ebanks and Senior Systems Administrator Darvy Whittaker worked a 33-hour marathon to restore email services.
Published 3rd April 2003, 6:21pm Press Release
MS Windows XP Professional offers improvements in speed, stability and reliability and becomes government's new standard desktop operating system in January.
Published 29th November 2002, 6:24pm Press Release
The Year 12 students visited the department to prepare for their IT research projects, an assignment that "takes them into the real world."
Published 29th October 2001, 6:28pm Press Release
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