Zara Baxter

Zara Baxter has been with PC Authority since mid-2007. She's a self-described second-generation geek, who grew up colouring in punch-cards that her father brought home, and first experimented with computers when they still had cassette tape drives and no hard drive. Zara's been in computer journalism for 10 years, with roles ranging from computer lab tester through to her current deputy editor role. Zara thinks computers should be accessible as well as powerful, and has a passion to help people get the most out of whatever computer they have. Zara studied Biology at Flinders University, specialising in genetics and microbiology graduation with a Bachelor of Science with Honours. She's lectured in topics as varied as creative writing, digital media, and microbiology.

Recent articles by Zara Baxter

3D goes business - innovations from Sanyo and Panasonic

3D goes business - innovations from Sanyo and Panasonic

Both Panasonic and Sanyo launched 3D projector solutions in Sydney this week, at Integrate 2010. But what does 3D actually have to offer business - and more importantly, is it worth it?
Aug 25 2010, 1:30PM
Intel pro-tip: replace PCs within 3 years to keep costs down

Intel pro-tip: replace PCs within 3 years to keep costs down

Although many SMBs are facing incredibly tough times, a new study suggests that waiting to refresh your PC fleet will cost you more money than it saves
Jun 26 2009, 3:10PM
Official: Windows 7 Australian pricing announced, see how it compares to Vista

Official: Windows 7 Australian pricing announced, see how it compares to Vista

Windows 7 is out in less than four months, and now we finally now how much it will cost you, and what you need to know about Microsoft's Windows 7 upgrade promotion
Jun 26 2009, 9:41AM
No tweets please, we're working: offices crack down on Twitter and Facebook

No tweets please, we're working: offices crack down on Twitter and Facebook

Employers are blocking access to social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook three times more frequently than they were before the global financial crisis took effect
Jun 1 2009, 4:45PM
HP Probook laptops: green credentials and scrabble-tile keyboards

HP Probook laptops: green credentials and scrabble-tile keyboards

HP's new line of business laptops feature high definition displays and prices start from a budget-busting $919
May 5 2009, 12:42PM
The iPhone for work? We get a tour of Cisco's Webex Meeting Center for iPhone

The iPhone for work? We get a tour of Cisco's Webex Meeting Center for iPhone

Cisco won best in show at Macworld for their Webex Meeting Center for iPhone. And, after getting a tour through the application with a couple of Cisco gurus, it's easy to see why.
Mar 24 2009, 12:51PM

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