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Increase productivity in three easy steps

Getting the most out of the work day is an important goal for most employees and organisations. Maintaining solid productivity levels is one of...

Prove you’re not a sitting duck for hackers

The Internet has affected how we learn, work and live. It is inseparable from almost everything we do nowadays. Businesses, even small ones, now...

SMEs and the Global Cyber-highway

“Just as you would insure your company car to protect against unforeseen events while driving on the road, so too should you insure your business against unforeseen events on the global cyber-highway.”

The tools driving flexible work environments

A highly mobile workforce and their drive towards ad hoc, instant collaboration in addition to scheduled meetings has led to new ways of collaborating within and across organisations.

Forecasting for the future: the importance of capacity planning for SMBs

Owning and running your SMB can be challenging and rewarding in equal parts. And, when you’re staring down a period of significant business growth, the excitement and the nervousness can be greater than ever.

The benefits of BYOD

Bring your own device (BYOD) is the hottest new trend in business, as employers realise the benefits of letting employees take their work with them on the go.

5 apps to help unclutter your life

These tools can clean up email spam, store and organize documents, and more.

Want to build an app? Read this first

So you have a great idea, but lack the technical skills to build it? Here are the four big things you need to know before you begin building.

Managing the ‘bring your own app’ trend

The Bring Your Own Device trend, where employees bring their own tablets or smartphones to connect to the business network, is here to stay. The reality of this is that the majority of employee-owned mobile devices also come with consumer applications already installed. As an SMB works with employees and embraces BYOD, they often unwittingly, end up embracing an avalanche of third party apps.

Who’s responsible for what with BYOD?

It happens so fast – one moment of inattention on a business trip and someone makes off with your laptop or smartphone. Inconvenient to say the least, but also, who is going to pay for the loss? And what about the stored data that is gone – the RFP that was just completed, the lead information, your client list? 



Meet the woman behind the digital support network for regional businesses

Jordana Edwards has lived in Pottsville in regional New South Wales for the last 15 years. The town of just 6000 people...

Helping Australian businesses through COVID-19

As we continue to navigate the impacts of the global pandemic, Export Finance Australia is supporting Australian businesses with access to finance.  Without a doubt, new...

“Innovate or perish”: Martin Duursma

Martin Duursma is a Partner at Main Sequence Ventures. Prior to Main Sequence Ventures, Martin co-founded Datapac Australasia and then went on...

“We have to be bold and visionary”: Sally-Ann Williams

Sally-Ann Williams is the CEO of Cicada Innovations, one of Australia's leading deep tech incubators. Before joining Cicada, Sally-Ann was an Executive...

Navigating the 2020-21 Budget: Top tips for businesses

Business investment is a key theme in the 2020-21 Budget. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced tax changes that are a “game changer” in...

Has the Budget delivered for small businesses?

Guest authored by Sam Allert, CEO of Reckon With 23 per cent of small businesses concerned they won't exist...

What the Budget means for startups

In what is being dubbed the "jobs budget" the 2020-21 Budget was the opportunity for the Morrison Government to lay out the...

Government backflips on RDTI cuts with a $2 billion boost

Last night, the Government announced a $2 billion investment into Research & Development Tax Incentives (RDTIs), scrapping a previously proposed $1.8 billion...