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GUEST OPINION: Battered and bruised from the harsh realities of COVID lockdowns, Australian businesses are looking forward to what they hope will be a much better year ahead.

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 14 December 2021 13:12

ACMA research shows COVID accelerated internet use

The COVID-19 pandemic has helped drive rapid growth in Australians' online activity, increasing data downloads and heightening demand for high-speed internet plans, according to recently released research from the ACMA.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

During COVID-19 lockdowns across the world we saw many new examples of mobile technology used within the health sector, including innumerable amounts of people using telehealth for the first time.

Published in Guest Opinion
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Friday, 26 November 2021 10:01

Travel virtually around the world inside Heygo

Travel is no longer what it was due to COVID-19 regulations, but with tip-based live-streaming platform Heygo, anyone with an internet connection can travel the world from home.

Published in Entertainment
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GUEST OPINION: “QR codes – those curious patterned diagrams we hover over at the front of shops – are here to stay in Australia but they are about to get a whole lot more interesting,” says Matt Barr, Chief Product Officer, eftpos.

Published in Guest Opinion

London's Daily Mail does not normally receive praise for the journalism it produces, but it has recently been lauded by an unlikely source: the Conti ransomware gang.

Published in Security

Facebook has cited the privacy rule changes made by Apple in April for the uncertain outlook it faces in the fourth quarter, after the company released third-quarter results on Monday.

Published in Apps

GUEST INTERVIEW: We live in a time of cyber war, with businesses under constant attack, with ransomware running riot, with COVID providing chaos and cover for cyber criminals to extort and blackmail, but the bad guys aren't the only ones on the playing field: Secureworks and other security firms are working hard to fight back to keep businesses and individuals protected.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: We live in a time of cyber war, with businesses under constant attack, with ransomware running riot, with COVID providing chaos and cover for cyber criminals to extort and blackmail, but the bad guys aren't the only ones on the playing field: Secureworks and other security firms are working hard to fight back to keep businesses and individuals protected.

Published in Security

The Vital Monitoring System or VMS, co-developed by Deakin University, the National Trauma Research Institute (NTRI), and SaniteX Global, is working with Samsung’s Galaxy Watch4 and its ability to monitor vital symptoms so that frontline workers and the wider workforce can safely return to work with a convenient COVID health screening solution.

Published in Health

Kate Toon, the My Business Awards "Australian Businesswoman of the Year", is helping spread a little joy to the front-line health workers doing it tough in Sydney’s most affected COVID-19 postcodes, by sending cookies of positivity as a way of saying thanks.

Published in Health

A series of participating Telstra stores in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne are letting customers take advantage of Telstra's new two hour delivery service to coincide "with the latest handset launches," but Canberrans, who are also in lockdown, miss out.

Published in Home Tech

Are you as excited about the new iPhone 13 models as I am, but are wary that the 5G it contains might give you COVID? Weirdly, it turns out you might not be alone, and we can't put it down to just the usual iPhone vs Android rivalry!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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Online job advertisements on the website SEEK fell by 4.1% month-on-month in July, but were up by 67.9% year-on-year, the company says.

Published in Recruitment

Fans of Vivid Sydney will be livid at the news that Vivid Sydney 2021 has been washed out by the decidedly unriveting and deathly dull COVID virus, in what has been a "difficult decision" by the NSW Government. 

Published in Entertainment

If you've had your two COVID-19 vaccine jabs in Australia and want a simply way to prove your vaccinated status and inject yourself with a sense of confidence, iPhone and Android owners will be happy to know it's effortlessly easy.

Published in Home Tech

Three years in the making, Thin Ice VR is a groundbreaking virtual reality production using world-first technology to retrace Sir Ernest Shackleton’s famous 1914 Trans-Antarctic expedition, highlighting the devastating impact of climate change over the past 100 years - and it will be airing later in 2021!

Published in Entertainment

'The 20th edition of the Australian Entertainment and Media Outlook 2020-2024 report from PwC has arrived, showing that to the end of December 2020, total Australian advertising spend contracted by 8.0% to A$15.4 billion, and consumer spend dropped by 1.9% to A$42.5 billion - with plenty more detail to share, so read on!

Published in Business IT

GUEST OPINION: Today, we are witnessing a significant shift in organisations’ technology priorities as digital transformation continues to take a quantum leap with a greater portion of business processes, applications and data, now moving to the cloud.

Published in Business IT

GUEST OPINION: Today, we are witnessing a significant shift in organisations’ technology priorities as digital transformation continues to take a quantum leap with a greater portion of business processes, applications and data, now moving to the cloud.

Published in Guest Opinion
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