The Women in Information and Communication website was developed using the latest technologies available today and provides comprehensive information
Using this Site
In order to provide the best possible experience on the Women in Information and Communication website we recommend you use the following information for future reference to help assist and aid you with some common issues that may be experienced whilst browsing.
The Women in Information and Communication website is best viewed on Microsoft Windows computers using any of the following browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and above, Netscape Version 6.0 (or higher) We strongly recommend using one of the listed browsers when using the Women in Information and Communication website. Other browsers may work, but we cannot guarantee our services with them.
For the best results when viewing the Women in Information and Communication website, we suggest a minimum screen resolution of 800 X 600 pixels. For instructions on how to change your display settings, refer to help within your browser.
Browser Security Settings
Women in Information and Communication takes all reasonable steps to maintain a strict security standard and procedures to prevent unauthorised access to information about you. We recommend your browser have medium security settings.
For best results when printing pages on the Women in Information and Communication website, we suggest your print settings be set to “portrait”. Not all pages are suitable for printing but mostly where applicable, a “print version” is available that is perfectly suited for portrait printing.
In response to our client needs, we will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that our website is accessible 24 Hours a day. All our site information is backed up daily by our website.
We are continually working on procedures and policies that will help insulate our website from unforeseen difficulties or problems. These problems may occur due to unauthorised use of service, denial of service, hacking with intent to modify, delete or sabotage content.
For further information about our policies, you can view online our Privacy Statement.
The Women in Information and Communication website was designed and developed by an Australian Web Development company called V Three Designs. V Three Designs have developed many web based solutions for a variety of businesses ranging from SME’s to major corporations based in Australia.
More information about V Three Designs can be found here.
The servers that host the Women in Information and Communication website are located within a world-class data centre built with redundant systems, diverse fibre entrances and isolated power distribution to give our customers the utmost in security and reliability. The data centre utilizes connections to multiple backbones to ensure that data reaches the end-user in the fastest, most efficient manner possible.
How to Contact Us
If you have any questions in relation to privacy and/or our information handling practices, please feel free to Contact Us.