Business Tech Talk

Bill Gates and the ongoing fight for trustworthy computing

Microsoft's task of securing its software was a huge undertaking, one that isn't over yet. by Paul Wallbank
 

SMEs need to be wily to avoid the ‘Road Runner effect’

In business, you can be a long way over the cliff's edge before you realise you're about to take a big fall. by Paul Wallbank
 

Atlassian's move to the UK exposes Australia's tech investment black hole

Tech start-up Atlassian’s reported move to London is a symptom of Australia’s lost opportunities that our grandchildren will pay dearly for. by Paul Wallbank
 

Does small business really want high speed broadband?

Are big corporations getting all the benefits of high speed broadband as small businesses fall behind their larger rivals in online commerce? by Paul Wallbank
 

Delighting the customer: It's the new business normal

Technologies like mobile commerce, social media and the internet of things are coming together to radically change business. How prepared is your organisation for changed markets? by Paul Wallbank
 

Online security: Malware writing becomes big-time crime

"Geeks with broken minds" are leading the global malware attack. Is your business ready to deal with it? by Paul Wallbank
 

Microsoft’s devices and services strategy starts taking shape with the Surface tablet

Microsoft’s latest version of its Surface tablet computer is the company’s first attempt at executing Steve Ballmer’s device and services strategy. by Paul Wallbank
 

Building tomorrow’s markets: Lessons from Henry Ford to Nokia

Just as people in 1906 had no inkling of how the motor vehicle would change their lives, mobile phone users had no idea of how the iPhone would change how they communicated with the world. by Paul Wallbank
 

Where’s your next employee coming from?

Outsourcing sites like oDesk, Elance and Freelancer.com are changing recruitment and labour markets in ways that big and small businesses need to understand. by Paul Wallbank
 

Exploring the Internet of Everything

Connecting everything from our cars to our point of sales systems is going to change the way we do business. by Paul Wallbank
 

Fashion’s move to digital commerce

How does 3D-design impact the fashion industry? Susan Olivier of Dassault Systemes believes digital commerce is driving fundamental changes taking place within today’s fashion and retail businesses. by Paul Wallbank
 

The death of a typewriter repairer

This tragic tale of two shops illustrates how change has the capacity to overwhelm many small businesses. by Paul Wallbank
 

The death of a typewriter repairer

This tragic tale of two shops illustrates how change has the capacity to overwhelm many small businesses. by Paul Wallbank
 

The death of a typewriter repairer

This tragic tale of two shops illustrates how change has the capacity to overwhelm many small businesses. by Paul Wallbank
 

Google's lost Docs mojo: Has Microsoft won the online office wars?

Google Apps appears to have dropped out of the conversation about cloud services and integration. by Paul Wallbank
 

A relic's tale: Clipping tickets on the information superhighway

The failure of Melbourne IT’s management proves that clipping tickets on the internet is not always the path to riches. by Paul Wallbank
 

Fighting in the sandbox: Microsoft and Google’s YouTube spat

When internet giants fight, it's best not to find yourself caught between them. by Paul Wallbank
 

Reducing the road toll through the ‘internet of everything’

Improving road safety is just one aspect of how the ‘internet of everything’ will change our businesses and society. by Paul Wallbank
 

Whose priorities do IT departments really care about?

A survey of IT managers shows that business risk and customer security are not their greatest concerns. by Paul Wallbank
 

Hacking and the internet of machines

The internet of things might be near, but its security issues pose serious dangers for business and consumers alike. by Paul Wallbank
 
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