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Canon reveals new office automation devices

Canon Australia is releasing a new range of office automation devices it says will drive the digital transformation of businesses while boosting organisational efficiency....

Embrace cashless consumers to boost business and remain relevant, retailers told

As Australia transitions to being a cashless country, retailers are being urged to stay ahead of the curve and embrace new payment innovations. Those...

Don’t buy new technology for technology’s sake, acquire it to achieve business goals

We live in exciting time. It seems like every day a new device or application is launched that has the potential to change our...

Satisfying our appetite for data and making our cities smarter: the new-age telecommunications infrastructure

Traditional telecommunication networks are stuck between a rock and a hard place: their profit margins are eroding from the growing commoditisation of voice and...

The IT complexity paradox plaguing small business owners

The Role of Technology in Business Business technology used to be simple in its infrastructure, yet required high levels of maintenance. For example, a fax...

Why is IT training important no matter your field

When personal computers first entered the workplace, this caused a major shift in how businesses operated. This one advancement ended the need for businesses...

Fires, floods and disaster recovery

For years summer in Australia has had a reputation as a time for backyard barbeques, beaches and holidays but recently, businesses have begun to...

The network is the critical backbone of the internet of things

The hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) does not always fit with a business case for management with an accurate cost overview, or...

Is managed IT right for your business?

As the costs associated with managing a rapidly growing number of IT security threats, dealing with constantly evolving technology, the training and daily management...

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...

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...

Samsung Pay trial begins

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

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).

Why small business should not fear AI, but embrace it

When the words artificial intelligence are floated about many of us instantly think of self-aware and highly intelligent machines intent on the destruction of the human race, not small business advantages.

Citrix’s Small Business Bootcamp: The Golden Age for SMBs

Have you ever stopped to think what it was like being an SMB just a decade ago? For some of you, this scenario might even have been a reality.

2015’s smartwatch intention comparable to 2008’s smartphone intention

New research has found similarities between the number of Aussies who said they intended to buy a smartwatch earlier this year and the number of Aussies who said they were going to buy a smartphone in 2008.

Australian businesses can order Microsoft Surface Hub from July

The giant tech company aims for the large-screen device to be a big mover in the business market, pushing the hardware out with Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote, and Universal Windows to drive productivity.

Augmented reality: Microsoft releases videos of HoloLens in action

Believe it, Microsoft's augmented reality tech is on its way, and they're tying it with Windows 10 to boot.

Apple Watch: Big early sales, mixed reviews

The Apple Watch may be officially be available from April 24, but droves are already exhausting early orders.

From phone to paper: Printing in a mobile world  

Widespread use of mobile devices – both at home and within the workplace – has encouraged development of another, new mobile technology: printing.