November 25 2014
Dongles on the decline as devices rise
The overall popularity of mobile broadband connections is declining across the board, with the six months to September 2014 recording a 4.2 per cent drop from a year ago.
July 25 2014
Hitting ‘delete’ doesn’t mean it’s gone
Formatting a drive remains one of the most common ways organisations try to erase data from drives, even though it doesn’t work.
July 17 2014
How to manage the end of financial year IT upgrade
Don’t give your corporate data away along with your old hardware.
May 20 2014
Next gen solutions to solve car costs
With the cost of car ownership set to rise as the federal government seeks to reinstall the fuel excise, a number of entrepreneurs a working away on smart solutions that solve common car dilemmas.
March 18 2014
Choosing the best hardware for your office network
Selecting the right hardware for your network can be difficult, especially since investment in quality technology can be expensive.
March 17 2014
Should you wait for the NBN to upgrade phone systems?
If you are considering upgrading or changing your system it may be worth waiting to see what becomes available.
December 10 2013
What should you look for when buying a new computer?
Buying a new computer for your business can be an overwhelming decision. With so many different choices on the market, how do you decide which machine and configuration is going to be right for you? Much of the jargon and computer terminology that you hear from sales people is incomprehensible to those without an IT Read More…
November 18 2013
It’s possible for printing and mobile to marry
With the highest rate of smartphone ownership in the world, and a world renowned work ethic, it should be no surprise that Aussie employees are using their personal smartphones for work as well as play.
November 11 2013
Windows, Mac or Linux: Which operating system is best for your business?
When you are setting up your IT infrastructure, one of the decisions you will have to make is which operating system to use. This is a crucial choice and one that can lead to confusion. There are three main operating systems that businesses use for their IT – Windows, Mac and Linux and the amount Read More…
October 3 2013
Airline flying into the cloud
American airline Delta has announced that it expects to turn all its cockpits paperless by the end of 2014.
September 9 2013
Don’t replace your computer fleet just yet
Ageing computers and IT budgets for small businesses mean one thing: it’s important to maximise the performance of the systems in your network, using as few dollars as possible.
August 14 2013
Balking at flexible work is anti-competitive
The tide is firmly turning against the flexible work naysayers. For the director of end user computing at Dell, Jeff Morris, the workplace of tomorrow is really anywhere.
August 12 2013
Tangible links between productivity and office space
Most people associate a positive company culture with employee benefits, internal programs, and supportive leadership styles.