Last week saw the return of the annual Media 2010 conference in Sydney, hosted by XMediaLab and Fairfax. As in the past two years Media 2010 featured a variety of speakers from across the international media and advertising industries. Highlights amongst the presentations included the chief executive officer from Associated Northcliffe Digital (Daily Mail and […]
If you wanted evidence of the rapid spread of the internet into the lives Australians, look no further than the figures recently released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Its report Household Use of Information Technology found that access to the internet at home between 1998 and 2008 increased by a factor of four from […]
Telecommunications analyst Paul Budde has posted a thought provoking post on his Communication Breakdown blog at Business Spectator. Budde contends that if we execute well on the National Broadband Network it will have enormous benefits for our country. To do so however the deployment of the NBN will have to be done in conjunction with […]
Cloud computing is giving many businesses the opportunity to use advanced software products without having to shell out money upfront on server hardware and software licences by accessing their software over the internet. But it is also changing the way that we think about computing. It used to be that operating system was one of […]
The Swedish web company Pingdom has released an interesting set of statistics on the growth of the internet in 2009. Amongst the numbers that Pingdom collated were: – 90 trillion – The number of emails sent on the Internet in 2009 – 247 billion – Average number of email messages per day – 234 million […]
Companies are already using online technologies to replicate the experience of a trade show, allowing them to set up and staff a display at a foreign event without ever stepping on a plane.
Businesses of all sizes have not really gotten their heads around the NBN