Augmented Reality / AR
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2011: The way ahead
It’s been a struggle for businesses, but the pressure is easing, and attention is now turning to development, with technology promising to deliver even greater flexibility and mobility than ever before.
Training is an investment
When you set up a business, you invest more than just money; you are investing your ideas, your time, sometimes everything you have.
Planning for 2011
Imagine you’re in a new city. There’s a particular place in it that you really must get to. But you have no written directions, no map, no global positioning system. You’ve no idea how to get there. How silly is that?
The benefits of internet calling / Voip
If you’re not using VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), you’re probably paying too much for your phone service and getting too little.
Outsourcing your office
Outsourcing can make your business more productive and more profitable – if you know how to take advantage of it.
Free business tools
There are many tools available within your browser or to download for "FREE". But "free" isn’t always free. You need to check if it is a free trial or Open Source, and determine what any restrictions may be or what advertising may be included.
Year of the cloud
During the course of 2010, most people would have heard the term ‘Cloud Computing’ at one stage or another
Is it legal?
When we think about contracts, the tendency is to think of a multipage document with clauses, headings, and two signatures at the end...
The value of passionate custom software development
Those of us with grey hair and long memories will remember the dread word of computing in New Zealand: ‘INCIS’. INCIS was the ill-fated, all-singing, all-dancing, uber-solution commissioned by the NZ Police in the 1990s...
Software: buy or build?
Many organisations come face to face with the dilemma of whether to build business software or buy an out-of-the-box solution
Best email practice
These rules should be circulated among your staff, in the hope that they’ll avoid some common email blunders:
Keeping connected on the road
Travelling on business often carries risks, from difficulty getting online, to security problems. These tips may help you avoid technical troubles.
Top iPad tips
If you’ve just bought an iPad, or haven’t had time to fully read the user’s manual, here are some tips to get the best out of your snazzy new tablet.
Software showcase: What the latest business software can do for you
Do you really know what’s going on in your business? Are you able to take its temperature whenever you wish; see where the money is coming in and going out, how your customers and suppliers are faring?
Cloud code promises stability
Cloud-based computing services are being rapidly adopted, especially by modest-sized businesses eager to save costs generated by having their own computing infrastructure on-premise.
Online rosters save money, stress
Businesses that rely on casual staff, or want flexibility over the holiday season, can benefit from a web-based rostering system that also allows staff to work when they can use some extra money.
Businesses face new security challenges
Consumer-powered IT is rapidly blurring the distinction between home and workplace, and creating new security headaches for businesses.
"Disruptive" technologies become the norm
Cloud computing, mobile technology and social networking will become the new mainstream for the IT community in 2011, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC).
PS3 TVNZ Ondemand app update "soon"
1500kbps streaming on PlayStation 3 "a bit more tricky to implement" TVNZ tells Game Console.
TVNZ Ondemand gets 1500kbps streaming
TVNZ has released an update to its video player following better broadband penetration and increased data allowances.