It can be easy to get bogged down by prices and specs, but it’s worth taking the time to get it right; after all, high performing devices can mean the difference between rapid growth and time lost.
Future-proof your startup: 5 tips on upgrading your tech
Once upon a time, keeping data secure meant locked cabinets, code words, and paper shredders; the number of ways which you could access something was limited by how many physical copies there were and this made it easier to control. The birth of the internet opened up a wealth of opportunity for knowledge sharing and […]
Australian startups paving the way to a digital future
Keep your data safe from hackers with built-in hardware security
With the Australian Government introducing the Notifiable Data Breach scheme and penalties for businesses who do not disclose breaches earlier this year, cyber security is becoming a major focus for organisations big and small.
PC manufacturers like Lenovo are offering PC as a Service (PCaaS), which is a cost-effective way for businesses to upgrade to the latest devices without putting a damper on cash flow.
If you are anything like me, and you are still in that startup phase where you are just figuring things out, you are operating lean and spend your time being a bit of a nomad about town, you will probably agree with me that carting multiple devices, books, pens around in a backpack gets really old, really fast!
A more mobile workforce helps to reduce overheads, many small businesses are increasing their reach by being available in more locations, but only maintaining one office in a central location. It also means businesses are spending less money on IT requirements.
Join Ronnie Kahn from OzHarvest, James Stevens founder of Roses Only, Diana Williams founder of Fernwood Fitness and Intel for this webinar on how some of the best got started.