Do we multitask or not?
August 5th, 2010

The complaints are actually a skewed compliment to Apple and completely vindicate their approach. The users who want multitasking on their iPhone consider it more of a little computer than just a mobile, especially with so many cool things to do that are so easy to access and use.

Strong Uptake of Internet Banking in WA
June 28th, 2001

Melbourne business think tank and business statistics cruncher the Market Intelligence Strategy Centre released a report last week about the number of Australians using Internet banking, and West Australians are among the top users nationwide.


Walk on the Wireless Side
May 1st, 2008

The term ‘wireless’ has different connotations. Over the last ten years as we’ve amassed an array of new devices to attach to and communicate with our PC, mobile or both. On the other hand it also means we’ve become entangled in cables.

Clouds gather in the west as data demand heats up
August 28th, 2012

Many of Fujitsu’s government and corporate clients also need to house data on Australian soil because of regulatory compliance, and the company points out that if the unthinkable happens on either coast, business continuity is assured with such far-flung disaster recovery or backups.


Will the iPad save newspapers?
April 9th, 2010

More importantly, because of the bells and whistles of technology at their disposal, iPad users are going to expect more than just text. Embedded video files or links to sources are only the beginning, but they’ll need a new level of production infrastructure, and with their business model threatened few newspaper owners are going to pay for the staff or systems to enable it.

Behind the Curtain
June 1st, 2007

Each with their own leader, the light, sound, camera and countless other teams combine to form a production crew much like marketing, sales, accounting and the cafeteria combine to form a corporation.






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