GUEST OPINION by Kristian Yench, Manager – Solutions Consultancy at Tecala: When it comes to making effective use of business technology, it’s all too easy to be distracted by the latest shiny new thing. Buzzwords such as ‘digital transformation’, ‘intelligent automation’ and ‘connected business’ appear full of promise and potential – especially in our times of COVID where there’s even greater pressure on technology to be an instrument for effective business change.
Why on Earth would a tech startup want to see a lawyer? You might expect lawyers to cost a lot of money and be naysayers that impede start-up progress, but it turns out they can actually be useful - according to lawyer and business expert Elise Margow.
At just $9 per 30 days with 4GB of data, or $15 per 30 days with 18GB of data, or even a great value 90 day plan, Catch Connect wants to catch the hearts, minds and wallets of consumers with plans that don't seem to come with any catches.
GUEST OPINION by Peter O’Connor, Vice President Asia Pacific and Japan at Snowflake: As organisations generate and store increasing amounts of digital data, many are turning their minds to finding ways to extract additional value from it.
Total technology industry merger & acquisition deals in the UK in the third quarter this year were worth US$3.25 billion, according to a new report.
Just before the massive Black Friday and pre-Christmas sales season, Canon has unveiled its market-leading five-year warranty, showing it really stands behind its products, confirming as always that price alone has never been the ultimate determinant of value.
With competing flagship smartphones selling at prices anywhere from over $1000 to over $2000 in Australia, Nokia says its new 8.1 model for $699 "punches above its weight".
Vodafone has made Optus' and Telstra's pre-paid plans look like overpriced 28-day expiry jokes with too little data and not enough international countries, but Amaysim still has the best 365-day "as you go" plan.
Noting how those who work in government are probably stuck on an expensive plan, and how their families need not be, Kogan Mobile wants you to switch!
OPPO keeps rolling out new models in its bid to conquer the smartphone market – at least in its homeland of China where it is now #2. The A77 is a definite conqueror in the mass-to-mid-market sgement.
Seeking to illuminate its new value offering, Amaysim is hammering home its “highly competitive NBN offer” for new and existing customers from $40 per month.
Vaya has introduced Australia’s cheapest unlimited talk and text plan with 1GB of data – has it delivered a viaticum to its competitors?
Roy Morgan Research says "half of Australia’s mobile owners say they know how to find the best deal when picking a mobile provider and plan" but says they spend "10% more each month than others".
A possible Trump presidency and fallout from the Brexit vote are fuelling price spikes in Bitcoin with exchanges "driving growth" as "retail interest wanes", according to new research.
Brand Finance’s ‘Brandirectory’ Global 500 list of the most valuable brands of 2016 has Telstra in top spot for Australia (and 110th globally.)
Dubbed ‘Extra Data’, Telstra is swapping excess data charges for a $10 charge per 1GB block from 12 May 2015 for most mobile customers - details here.
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