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Q&A: Cybersecurity and how to lower the risk to your business

We sat down with Scott McKinnel, a manager at international cybersecurity company Tenable, to discuss the cyber threats putting businesses at risk and what can be done to crack down on these vulnerabilities.

Bing at the ready: Microsoft officially supports Australia’s media code as Google eyes an exit

Microsoft is determined to play ball with the Australian Government as they eye a potential growth spurt that would come with Google leaving.

If Google leaves Australia, Bing is ready to move in

Bing is currently the second most used search engine in Australia - although it only has 3.6% of the market share while Google holds 95%.

How Australian retailers are reimagining customer experience

The customer is always right is an adage that has been driving the way we do business for years. While the concept of customer experience...

Australian companies are looking beyond Asia for business process outsourcing services

For many organisations,  business survival in a COVID-19 world has relied on their ability to reduce costs quickly. One way to lower costs and ensure...

ACCC attacks Google over ‘misinformation’

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accused Google of releasing “misinformation” about the Federal Government’s plan to make them bargain with Australian...

XY Sense raises $5m to help workplaces tackle the challenges of COVID-19

XY Sense closes $AUD5m seed investment round to change the way businesses access and act on workplace data.  Investment comes from leading Australian venture fund,...

Agility: a business strategy

Byline: Brad Newton, DocuSign, VP APAC We’re in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, marked by extraordinary technological advances. For businesses it can sometimes...

Employees need to be able to work remotely

Australians are working outside the office more than ever; a recent survey revealed nearly half of all Australian employees work remotely for at least...

7 steps to better data management

Managing data correctly and as efficiently as possible is crucial for all businesses as data is the very basis of what organisations are built...

Why corporate travel is no longer one-size-fits-all

Technology is changing the way we communicate but most business professionals would agree meetings are best done face-to-face. It’s little wonder then that corporate...

Holidays without work a “luxury” for many operators, says Xero Small Business director

Small business owners are increasingly embracing the 80:20 travel trend, whereby 80% of their holidays are reserved for leisure with the remaining 20% dedicated...

How travel businesses can take full ownership of – and best utilise – their consumer data

Data is arguably tomorrow’s most valuable resource. It gives us unprecedented access to copious amounts of information and insights, all with the potential to...

How to run a successful travel business in multiple countries

Based in London and Buenos Aires, Plan South America crafts one-of-a-kind adventures to some of the most remote and spectacular corners of South America...

Long flights and lost connections: problem solving business travel tech

It’s estimated a huge 488 million business trips are taken every year in the US alone. Whilst traveling on business allows you to experience...

Five business travel tips to help you maximise your on-the-go and in-the-air productivity

Getting your ducks in a row when travelling can be the difference between a trip to remember, and a travel nightmare I think it...

Picturing the next generation of corporate travel booking – a truly connected world

Imagine a world where you have a smart travel PA that follows you around wherever you go. You can chat in the car, via...

Proactivity, technology and culture: key elements of business travel management

The number of airline passengers travelling in and out of Australia rose to 36.2 million in 2015–16. Considering the lower air fares that have accompanied with...

Reborn and rechristened: Travello’s CEO on the ground-up rebuild that fuelled global success

Since making the tough call to completely rebrand and rebuild their social travel app, last year, Ryan Hanly and Mark Cantoni have enjoyed global success....