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How to move your business safely and effectively into a post-pandemic world
What Australia and the US should learn from very different COVID-19 experiences.
Jul 15 2021, 2:49PM
Lights, camera, data centre: Australian films take it to the edge
Blockbuster locations doubling for any scenery in the world have been driving huge demand in Australia.
Jul 15 2021, 12:26PM
Meet the 'zero-footprint' PC
If you like your workplace to be modern, stylish and clutter-free, Dell’s new OptiPlex 7070 Ultra computer may be of interest.
Aug 30 2019, 3:00PM
Beware of the Nemucod!
A wave of spam is delivering malware - especially ransomware - to computers.
Mar 17 2016, 2:03PM
Need an affordable card reader?
The low-cost Square Reader payment card reader has finally reached the Australian market.
Mar 9 2016, 6:51PM
Sendle offers loyalty points on deliveries
Australians seem to love loyalty points, whether the schemes involve a free cup of coffee or a free flight to the other side of the world. Now you can earn them when your business sends a parcel.
Feb 5 2016, 1:11PM
Here's a way to find new clients for your beauty and wellness salon or studio
Vaniday can drive new customers to beauty salons and wellness studios, according to Alex Meyer, managing director of Vaniday Australia. One salon operator calls it "the new Airbnb for beauty."
Feb 3 2016, 4:34PM
Surface Pro power cables recalled
We reported a spate of safety recalls relating to tech products last winter, and while all seemed quiet since then we now have the first recall of 2016 and it involves one of the biggest names in the IT industry.
Jan 25 2016, 4:41PM
Apple Pay arrives in Australia
Apple Pay has finally made its much-anticipated debut in Australia.
Nov 20 2015, 1:43PM
Windows 10's Cortana gets Australian makeover
One of the complaints about the first release of Windows 10 was that the Cortana personal digital assistant had not been customised for Australia. That's now taken care of.
Nov 20 2015, 11:38AM
Sage MicrOpay gains HR integration
MicrOpay is one of the more widely used payroll services in Australia, and Sage MicrOpay has struck a distribution deal for the enableHR human resources software.
Aug 21 2015, 3:15PM
Aussie payments battle: eWay beats Square with POS reader
eWay has beaten US payments provider Square to market with its first mobile point-of-sale card reader for Australian businesses.
Jul 22 2015, 3:41PM
Will Android Pay arrive before Apple Pay?
The recent announcement of the impending UK launch of Apple Pay might indicate that an Australian debut isn't too far away. But it's possible we'll see Android Pay first.
Jul 15 2015, 2:30PM
How to Use Cloud Backup But Keep Your Data Onshore
Some small businesses don't like the idea of their data being stored overseas, and so choose not to use cloud backup services. But there is a way to get all the advantages of cloud backup, while keeping all your stuff within Australia's jurisdiction.
May 15 2015, 10:12AM
iPhone 6: what do you get for your money?
The 4.7in iPhone 6 and 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus have been announced. Click to see the new features and how much you'll pay.
Sep 11 2014, 9:25PM
This 4G smartphone costs $219
It's possible to spend a lot less on a smartphone if you're prepared to go with a brand you might not be familiar with.
Sep 3 2014, 5:09PM
Buying a tablet? Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 goes on sale this month
Microsoft has announced its Surface Pro 3 will go on sale in Australia on 28 August from retailers and commercial resellers.
Aug 8 2014, 1:19PM
You can now make your web site a Google Trusted Store
Looking for new ways to reassure customers on your web site that it's safe to shop with you? Google's Trusted Store program might be of interest.
Feb 14 2014, 7:21PM
Panasonic's Toughpad FZ-M1 goes on sale in Australia in April
It's not often you come across a tablet you can use with "thick industrial-type gloves", but apparently it's possible with this one.
Jan 8 2014, 12:03PM
Doing it better? Overseas online retailers aisles ahead
All the signs are there that Australian retailers are not investing enough in their online operations.
Dec 19 2013, 9:43AM
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