Marcus Moufarrige

Servcorp Chief Operating Officer Marcus Moufarrige is a prominent IT industry spokesperson in Australia, and a member of the National Standing Committee for Cloud Computing. As the COO of a multinational business, Marcus has a truly global perspective, and is across the key technological issues and regulatory issues relating to the cloud on a daily basis. He is passionate about the transformational role of technology, and was responsible for building Servcorp's global technology platform: growing the organisation into an ASX listed company that has become Australia's second-largest exporter of services. Marcus is a frequent speaker at events on cloud and future workspace related issues.

How to expand internationally with ease

Expanding your business – either interstate or internationally – is an exciting time for small business owners. While entering a new market is always challenging, there are a few simple things you can do to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Set yourself up for business success in less than 10 minutes

Having a great business idea is one thing, but how do you get up and running when the time comes to turn the dream into a reality?

Why you should subscribe, not buy, services

Industries as diverse as software, real estate services and even manufacturing are moving towards the subscription economy. Here's why you should take advantage of this.

How Cloud empowers SMBs

This is the decade of The Cloud. Cloud is the most transformational force shaping business today. It breaks down geographic barriers and allows every small business to address a much larger market and become a multinational.

Five business benefits of the mobility trend

Mobility is one today’s most prominent business trends, and for good reason. SMBs that fail to embrace it will become increasingly difficult to deal with and will battle to keep their place on the map. Here are five reasons your business should go mobile.

A look at today’s ideal business: Five requirements

With low start-up costs and an increasing number of outsourcing services, starting a business has never been easier. Naturally, those of us with existing businesses are working hard to exploit the cloud and other tools to improve the way we operate. But what if you had a blank slate? What would today’s ideal business look like?

Managing the challenges technology creates in the workplace

There’s no denying technology has improved many aspects of our daily lives, especially in the ways it’s made running a business easier. But it also means we’ve become much more contactable, and created a number of other challenges that need to be met.

How to build a bigger business on a shoestring

There’s a lot of good advice out there about how to start a business on a shoestring. A topic that gets less attention however, is building a bigger business on the same premise. Here are some ideas every established business can act upon.

Using virtual offices to appear bigger than you are

Virtual offices aren’t just about seeming bigger, they’re about being bigger, and they're ideal for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Virtualisation: A powerful driver for small business efficiency

Virtualisation is the paradigm of the moment. From cloud computing to communications solutions and virtual offices, it’s delivering a wide array of benefits – including lower costs, improved flexibility and an increasing ability to expand.

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