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  • September 10 2015 New iPhones unveiled

    Apple have announced its latest iPhones at a media event in San Francisco along with an updated version of the Apple TV and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The new iPhones, the 6s and 6s Plus boast a new 3D Touch shortcut feature that allows users to make different commands by pressing harder and softer on the Read More…

  • September 8 2015 Is the “Out of Office Auto-Reply” becoming redundant?

    With devices keeping us connected just about everywhere, many of us are struggling to justify the use of the “Out of Office Auto-Reply.” But to what benefit? According to the latest Roy Morgan research, one in five Australian full-time workers now access their work network remotely. The data showed that almost 1.5 million full-time workers Read More…

  • September 3 2015 Android continues to lose share in Australian market

    According to the latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the Android OS has shown continued market share losses for the three months ending July 2015. In Australia the Android share has fallen by 10.5 pts compared with a 7.9 pt increase for iOS. Share losses have also been seen across Europe’s largest five Read More…

  • September 3 2015 iPhone 6s release date may be imminent

    If you’re considering buying a new iPhone – it might be worth holding off for a little while longer. On September 9 the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco will play host to Apple’s next event where it is expected to launch the new iPhone 6s. It is also rumoured that the next iPad Read More…

  • August 19 2015 Getting with the digital game at the Small Business Festival Victoria

    With consumers juggling multiple digital devices, the value in having a digital presence as well as a physical presence has never been greater. Despite this, according to the Sensis e-Business Report 2015, only 17 per cent of SMBs have a digital business strategy. The pressure on SMBs to navigate the digital sphere is building as those Read More…

  • August 14 2015 Digital is the name; innovation is the game

    Leaving the secure walls of employment to satisfy your inner entrepreneurial spirit is one thing, but to close the door on a business to pursue a new venture is quite another. David Ranger, carpet cleaning business owner come inventor of the WAYO digital sandwich board, tells Dynamic Business how he did exactly that. What’s the Read More…

  • August 13 2015 Is your customer data safe in the event of a disaster?

    It’s common for companies to make significant investments in products and services expecting an even more significant return. Disaster recovery, however, is a rare exception: It’s perhaps the only service in which businesses invest hoping it never has to be used. By not planning for the worst-case scenario, SMBs accept an unnecessary risk of losing Read More…

  • August 4 2015 Is Samsung looking to reinvent the flip phone with flexible display?

    Based on a patent published by the US Patent and Trademark Office in early July, Samsung could be looking to reinvent the flip phone. The mobile phone manufacturers are experimenting with a flexible shell and display allowing the device to bend inwards without the use of a joint mechanism. One of the potential issues with Read More…

  • July 23 2015 Citrix’s Small Business Bootcamp: Seven Steps to Security Success

    Week 5 of Citrix’s Business Bootcamp will empower you to build a secure IT environment without compromising workforce mobility As you move to the cloud and rollout your subsequent enterprise mobility strategy, there is one critical area you must not overlook – IT security. Enabling employees to access data and work on the move from Read More…

  • July 22 2015 5 Things you need to know about the private cloud

    Now more than ever, it’s crucial for businesses to be technologically enhanced to keep up with the fast-paced competition. Simple procedures must now happen in seconds, and data must be available at any location so businesses may function fast and efficiently. The cloud system offers this advantage to every business, making it a necessity if Read More…

  • July 20 2015 Is the end in sight for the Sim Card as we know it?

    Physical Sim Cards could become obsolete by as early as 2016 with the launch of a new embedded Sim. The Financial Times reports that Apple and Samsung are in “advanced talks” to start using the embedded Sim technology. Unlike the traditional Sim, which locks users to a network, the embedded Sim would allow ease of Read More…

  • July 17 2015 Samsung Pay trial begins

    There’s a new mobile payment platform on the horizon, and it’s officially started its trial period.

  • July 16 2015 Slimmest Samsung smartphone released

    Samsung has unveiled their Galaxy A8 – without much worldwide publicity – in China with a rumoured starting price of 3,499 yuan (around $AUD764).

  • July 16 2015 Citrix’s Small Business Bootcamp: Control and Deliver

    Week 4 of Citrix’s Business Bootcamp is all about taking full control of your cloud-ready, mobile workforce When you stop to think about it, the simple purpose of IT is to provide tools which allow us to work faster and smarter, and that help us achieve our business goals. By moving your business to the Read More…

  • July 10 2015 What tech experts are saying about the future

    Those at the forefront of their industries often offer unique insights into what will become popular trends in the years to come. While no prediction is concrete in nature, it does help us get a better picture of where the world is heading and what our lives will be like as we use technology even more.