How to keep your staff motivated and engaged

What’s the advantage for companies retaining staff? Well cost for one! The cost of recruiting staff into your business is on the rise, not to mention the time it takes, so working out ways to keep the right people on … Continue reading


Why the optional battery backup is an important decision when upgrading to the NBN

When your home is being connected to the National Broadband Network (NBN), via fibre direct to your premise, you’ll have the option of installing a battery backup, but why might you need it? Traditional landline telephone service The nature of … Continue reading


Kimberley School of the Air

The days of misinterpreting news from a seven year old during an air lesson over the crackle of the radio is a far cry from the clarity of satellite today. In the past, children on remote stations or isolated communities … Continue reading


Cows and technology in remote Australia

Some of the most important people in my life are invisible. No, I don’t mean that I have imaginary friends! But like many people living and working in remote Australia, many of my loved ones live interstate, overseas or just … Continue reading


What were the most anticipated releases of 2014?

As 2014 wraps up, let’s take stock of another jam-packed year in popular culture and technology. Products drove consumers to the Internet to get all the latest and greatest news before, during and after they got their mitts on the goods. … Continue reading