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  • March 20 2019 Film Victoria funds $50,000 Games Career Incubator

    Melbourne start up Girl Geek Academy is encouraging budding gamers to apply for the Games Career Incubator program, which aims to support the future growth of the Victorian games industry. Founded by local games practitioners Sarah Moran and Lisy Kane, Girl Geek Academy is a global movement with an aim of teaching technology to one Read More…

  • March 11 2019 Workplace technology: less is definitely more

    Technology has completely revolutionised the workforce; from the way employees communicate and collaborate with colleagues, partners and clients, to the tools and apps that allow people to work from anywhere in the world. Any application, tool or software that enables a worker to get their job done better and faster is a good thing, right? Read More…

  • March 5 2019 Business is changing rapidly – with Dell Experts, IT consultants can stay ahead of the curve

    Developments in business technologies have advanced rapidly in the last decade, placing an increasing burden on IT consultants and their clients to become innovative and dynamic. Delivering the best solutions can be a complex task as technology eclipses learned knowledge. With the tailored training programs found in Dell Experts, IT consultants have instant access to Read More…

  • March 1 2019 Industry 4.0 – The fourth industrial revolution  

    Technology has and will continue to drastically change the way business is conducted and organisations are run. Sophisticated technologies and advanced analytics are transforming the manufacturing industry and paving the way for increased efficiency and automation.   According to Wikipedia, Industry 4.0 is the name given to the current trend of automation and data exchange Read More…

  • February 27 2019 Oh Crap: the SMB using social media to turn dog poop into sales

    Marketer Henry Reith uses Digivizer’s SaaS platform to understand what works and what doesn’t in his digital marketing program – and maximize social and search ROI ‘Where’s there’s muck, there’s brass’ is a saying well-known in England’s northern county of Yorkshire. It means that, wherever there’s rubbish of any kind, there’s usually money to be Read More…

  • February 27 2019 Cost centre or productivity platform? Why Australian companies should embrace cloud based communications applications in 2019 and beyond

    Begun migrating your organisation’s communications applications to the cloud yet? If not, it’s likely you’re thinking about it. A recent survey of global telecoms providers by Broadcom found more than half of the businesses they service were expected to have adopted cloud communications by 2020. In Australia, it’s a trend that’s been gathering pace for Read More…

  • February 20 2019 Making informed security choices amid the growing reach of digital

    Digital technology and cloud services are so ubiquitous today we often take easy access to services for granted without considering our information security first. As we begin 2019, it’s time to start making more informed choices about security to prevent a data breach before it happens. What are we not informed about? Cheap and easy Read More…

  • February 19 2019 How to tell if your company website needs an overhaul

    If your business website has served you well for all these years, it can be easy to get stuck in your ways and not wish to change. However, just because everything is plain sailing in terms of success doesn’t mean that things could be better. If you’ve started to look at competitor websites and feel Read More…

  • February 18 2019 Suffering from connectivity confusion? It’s time for Australian enterprises to embrace clever connections to the cloud

    Not sure how the arrival of the NBN will impact on operations at your small or medium sized business? Or perhaps you’ve already taken a leap into the cloud and encountered some unexpected network dramas as a result? Confusion and uncertainty around how best to achieve reliable connectivity and optimal bandwidth management are not in Read More…

  • February 15 2019 Getting smarter: why it pays to protect yourself and your data online in 2019

    Once upon a time, it was the stuff of espionage and thriller films – a la Tron, Enemy of the State and The Bourne Ultimatum. These days, hacking and data theft are in the mainstream and in our faces, what seems like every other day. Last year’s news agenda was heavy on stories of internet Read More…

  • February 8 2019 Australia trailing behind in digital transformation

    Australia has ranked second last on the Digital Maturity Index according to a report released this week by global leader in next-generation digital services, Infosys. The report found that Australia was behind its global counterparts with a Digital Maturity Index of 53.1 compared to the global average of 57.4. According to the report, the four Read More…

  • February 4 2019 Help! My bank account’s been cleaned out by another ‘me’

    Mistaken identity is a perennial movie plot. Who can forget the classic suspense flick, North by Northwest which has ad man Cary Grant on the run after being mistaken for a government agent? Or Date Night which sees a romantic evening turn dangerous after a married couple take up the dinner reservation of a couple of no-shows? Read More…

  • February 1 2019 Aussies still love Facebook, despite issue-laden year, Hootsuite and We Are Social report finds 

      Media Release Hootsuite, the leader in social media management, in collaboration with We Are Social, the global socially-led creative agency, today released Digital 2019. The eighth annual report, which examines digital trends and social media use across 230 countries and territories, uncovered that more than one million new people go online every day, and Read More…

  • February 1 2019 Australian businesses embracing technological revolution

    Australian businesses are ahead of their global counterparts when it comes to embracing new technology and preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. According to Deloitte’s second annual global Readiness Report, Leadership in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Faces of progress, 49 per cent of Australian business leaders say they invest in new technologies to disrupt their market, Read More…

  • January 8 2019 Australian women encouraged to upskill in preparation for new technological revolution

    AUSTRALIAN women are encouraged to upskill in data and technology in preparation for a future dominated by the technology industry. Global not-for-profit organisation, She Loves Data, is the founder of a worldwide movement to help Australian women upskill in data and technology regardless of their career background. She Loves Data CEO and co-founder, Jana Marle-Zizkova, Read More…