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Epson's 100ppm inkjet coming soon 

Epson's 100ppm inkjet coming soon

The Epson WorkForce Enterprise is the "most powerful office printing system ever built", capable of 100 pages per minute, the company says.
Australia is a leader in flexible work practices: study 

Australia is a leader in flexible work practices: study

A new survey has found that Australia is one of the most flexible countries to work in, with 90% of local companies offering flexible working benefits.
Eight affordable ways to make invoicing easier 

Eight affordable ways to make invoicing easier

Not every small business needs a full-blown accounting system. A simpler invoicing app may be all you need.
Australian startup behind Visa's contactless sunglasses 

Australian startup behind Visa's contactless sunglasses

How Inamo’s contactless payment platform was conceived, and then adopted by the credit card giant.
Xero to trial machine learning for accounting 

Xero to trial machine learning for accounting

The cloud accounting provider is about to take the first step to offering a personalised digital assistant for small businesses and accountants.
Five ways Dropbox Paper can boost team performance 

Five ways Dropbox Paper can boost team performance

How to make the most of Dropbox's new document collaboration tools.
Crazy Domains offers cloud backup 

Crazy Domains offers cloud backup

The domain registrar is offering its customers a range of Acronis-powered cloud backup plans.
Entrepreneurial women value mobility and fast broadband 

Entrepreneurial women value mobility and fast broadband

Self-employed women are most likely to use a mobile device to run their businesses, and their tech wish-list is topped by faster internet speeds, according to a new survey.
Beware of fake 'ASIC' email carrying ransomware 

Beware of fake 'ASIC' email carrying ransomware

Security provider MailGuard says it has detected "one of the largest-scale fraud inundations" in recent times.
Get ready to talk to your accounts 

Get ready to talk to your accounts

Sage is working on bots and other ways to provide "invisible accounting" and eliminate admin for business owners and managers.
Kickstart your HR tech business idea 

Kickstart your HR tech business idea

If your startup idea is about human resources technology, here's an accelerator just for you.
NBN FTTC coming to 700,000 premises 

NBN FTTC coming to 700,000 premises

Find out if and when your home or business is getting faster fibre-to-the-curb technology.
Optus fires up first '4.5G' network site 

Optus fires up first '4.5G' network site

The telco joins Telstra in offering gigabit mobile download speeds.
JB Hi-Fi recalls universal charger 

JB Hi-Fi recalls universal charger

A defect in some of the chargers could potentially result in fire or serious injury, according to the recall notice.
'Hey Siri pay this bill for me' 

'Hey Siri pay this bill for me'

Well, you still need money in your account, but Tyro's new app allows customers to pay bills by using their iPhone's digital assistant.
Aussie startup has a different take on AI 

Aussie startup has a different take on AI

Presagen is looking to automate business processes by applying a variety of artificial intelligence techniques.
Square takes payments via web dashboard 

Square takes payments via web dashboard

The commerce solution provider adds the ability to take payments via a computer.
Fake ATO emails spreading malware 

Fake ATO emails spreading malware

A "huge run" of fake ATO emails is delivering malware, including ransomware and keyloggers, according to MailGuard.
CSIRO looking for 'urban living' ideas with commercial potential 

CSIRO looking for 'urban living' ideas with commercial potential

The CSIRO's new Urban Living Lab in Sydney presents opportunities for startups and small businesses.
How to secure your Office 365 data 

How to secure your Office 365 data

Microsoft has released Office 365 Secure Score and a video explaining how to use it to keep your Office accounts and documents secure online.
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