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
Last week the online video services company Viocorp hosted an interesting webcast debate about the future of television. Panellists including ABC managing director Mark Scott and Beyond CEO Mikael Borglund discussed topics including the impact of broadband delivery on existing broadcasters, content creation funding models and the impact of other media on the television consumption […]
The handheld office – Often derided as executive toys, smartphones can vastly improve productivity for delivery drivers, mobile technicians, salespeople and service personnel. Brad Howarth explores how mobile apps can work for your on-the-road staff. (Nett Magazine) The Handheld Office
The national broadband network (NBN) promises to deliver broadband speeds of 100 Mbps to around 90 percent of the Australian population within the next eight years. Brad Howarth explores the seven key developments enabled by the NBN. (Nett Magazine) The New Broadband Network – What It Means For Your Business
The Rudd Government’s commitment to build a high speed National Broadband Network has become a hot talking point in recent months, with plans to revolutionise Australia’s digital infrastructure. Brad Howarth explores the benefits and what it will mean for business. (Dynamic Business Magazine) National Broadband Network Implications for Business