October 1, 2012

3D Printing is ready for you

We’ve had our eye on 3D printing technology for a while. Apart from being blow-you-away cool, it’s the kind of tech that is a game-changer for any company working in…
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August 14, 2012

Understandable contracts

Just a quick heads up and congratulations to the team behind ToS;DR - "Terms of Service; Didn't Read". We salute your efforts to bring more transparency to the world. [When…
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BusinessBuying AdviceCloud
August 14, 2012

Monitoring your IT Contract

Some businesses apply a ‘set and forget’ attitude to IT, as outlined in this recent report on “IT outsourcing mega-deals” from The Age. We don’t operate in the IBM etc…
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August 14, 2012

Upcoming live streaming – customer service and marketing | Internode

Last week I attended a great seminar courtesy of Internode, which featured <a href="">Martin Grunstein, the self-titled “customer service expert”. He certainly knows his stuff, even if his website is…
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BusinessBuying AdviceCloudServers
August 7, 2012

The need to back up The Cloud

The mainstream press is full of <a href="">articles about Cloud failures at the moment. Continuing on from my recent thoughts on the Cloud, it is clear that people are now…
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July 18, 2012

Microsoft Office 2013 has arrived

Well it looks like just as everyone was finishing their upgrades to Office 2010, a new one is just around the corner. You can check it out now from Microsoft.…
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July 17, 2012

Thoughts on ‘the cloud’

So what is the cloud? Well, that’s a discussion for another time. Short version: it’s lots of things. But for the purposes of this discussion, let’s assume it means shoving…
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June 22, 2012

How to pay less for your IT projects

We work on a lot of IT projects, and we especially enjoy working on integration projects through our FlowLabs unit. Integration, workflow and custom programming work nearly always have compelling,…
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June 14, 2012

The Limits to Internet Backup in Australia

Most businesses want two backups for their data: an onsite system and an offsite system. (It's worth pointing out that this point that RAID is not backup!) One convenient way…
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BusinessBuying AdviceServers
June 7, 2012

What server should we buy?

Servers are part of the core business toolkit of nearly all small businesses these days (and all larger ones). Most businesses intuitively know when they need one, and know what…
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