Adam Turner

Recent articles by Adam Turner

online shopping, retail

online shopping, retail

Online shopping is growing strongly in Australia, but consumers prefer local outlets to overseas vendors
Jun 5 2013, 1:53PM
Optus slashes excess mobile data charges to curb surprise 4G bills

Optus slashes excess mobile data charges to curb surprise 4G bills

Optus customers will pay $10 per gigabyte for excess mobile broadband data, instead of paying per megabyte, under new plans designed to keep bills in check.
Jun 4 2013, 12:36PM
Run a small office? Here's one basic security tip you should know about

Run a small office? Here's one basic security tip you should know about

Here's a basic IT tip that can help reduce the likelihood of security nasties running amok on your work computers.
Jun 3 2013, 2:28PM
How to do this without tying up your home phone

How to do this without tying up your home phone

What if you could be making a work call in your study, while someone else uses the home line for a personal call in another room? Here's how to do it.
Mar 28 2013, 12:26PM
Too many phone calls? How a Hosted PBX helps you cope

Too many phone calls? How a Hosted PBX helps you cope

From transferring calls and adding hold music, to IVR (interactive voice response) menus that route calls to the correct department, here's how a Hosted PBX can smooth out your phone woes.
Feb 19 2013, 5:30PM
5 things that help you run your own business at home

5 things that help you run your own business at home

From using a business centre as your postal address, to getting two phone numbers for work and personal calls, here are five clever things you can do running a business from home.
Feb 15 2013, 1:25PM
IT basics: The abc's of Remote Desktop

IT basics: The abc's of Remote Desktop

[Sponsored article] If you need to get some work done when you're away from your desk then remote access tools can save the day. Here are tips, advice, options and more.
Feb 1 2013, 1:22PM
5 things you mightn't know you can do with an iPad / iPhone

5 things you mightn't know you can do with an iPad / iPhone

From printing without cables to scanning business cards, here are five handy uses for your new iPad or iPhone.
Dec 21 2012, 11:48AM
Quick tip: How to turn on Gmail popups

Quick tip: How to turn on Gmail popups

Popup notifications are one of those features you either love or hate. Here's how to turn them on in Gmail.
Sep 28 2012, 4:12PM
How could your business tap into the NBN's new multicast features?

How could your business tap into the NBN's new multicast features?

Multicasting makes it easier to stream pay TV online, but the National Broadband Network plans to open up multicasting to other businesses. What could you do with it?
Sep 28 2012, 12:31PM
Tech 101: What to look for in a business projector

Tech 101: What to look for in a business projector

Not all projectors are created equal and you should focus on different features depending on whether it's for the boardroom or the lounge room.
Sep 27 2012, 4:59PM
The one screen you look at every day

The one screen you look at every day

Every single weekday you probably open Microsoft Outlook. Have you ever adjusted the settings?
Sep 27 2012, 1:19PM
Quick tip: make it much harder for anyone to spy on your email

Quick tip: make it much harder for anyone to spy on your email

Google Authenticator is an app you install on your phone and it makes your Gmail much harder for anyone to break into. So what does it do?
Sep 26 2012, 5:27PM
Mobile reception problems? Beware of boosters

Mobile reception problems? Beware of boosters

Mobile phone boosters and repeaters exist, but you could get into serious trouble if you use an unlicensed one.
Sep 26 2012, 10:56AM
QuickBooks moves to the cloud

QuickBooks moves to the cloud

QuickBooks Online is latest accounting package to move to the cloud, opening up to Australian customers two months after its international beta launch.
Sep 25 2012, 1:22PM
How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?

How long will a UPS keep your computers on if the lights go out?

Worried about a blackout causing you to lose all your work? A UPS will keep your computer running, but there's something very important you should know.
Sep 25 2012, 11:45AM
How to bring your business fax into the Internet age

How to bring your business fax into the Internet age

Fax-to-email lets you abandon paper and send faxes to and from your computer. Here's how to get started.
Sep 24 2012, 1:27PM
How your business can use Apple's Passbook

How your business can use Apple's Passbook

The iPhone 5 is turning into a digital wallet. Here's how you can get your Australian business started.
Sep 21 2012, 4:57PM
Picking a Windows Phone: HTC's new 8X vs Nokia's Lumia 920

Picking a Windows Phone: HTC's new 8X vs Nokia's Lumia 920

HTC has unveiled it's "Signature" Windows Phone 8 handsets to battle the iPhone 5 and Android army. But how does it compare to Nokia's new Windows phones?
Sep 20 2012, 3:59PM
Tip: Your shop can use a phone instead of EFTPOS

Tip: Your shop can use a phone instead of EFTPOS

Even the smallest of businesses can accept credit card payments using nothing more than a smartphone and a tiny adaptor.
Sep 19 2012, 3:47PM

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