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Marketing & Sales – The lifeblood of your business

If you have the mindset for growth, if you understand the psychology of your perfect customer and know exactly what they look like, if you’ve defined what your business does as opposed to what you do in your business, and if you have all your foundation systems in place, then it’s time to go marketing!! […]

Some simple cybersecurity tips anyone can follow

As we approach the festive season it is worth taking some time to think about protecting your business. The team at Austbrokers Terrace can help you with Cyber Insurance cover. The following article contains some helpful advice. Cybersecurity can be overwhelming. But with constantly evolving cyber threat landscape, it’s important for businesses to stay safe […]

Pernod Ricard achieves 100 per cent renewables target in Aus...

Two major solar projects and an agreement with and energy wholesaler has allowed Pernod Ricard Winemakers to become Australia’s first major wine company to source all its electricity from renewables. Pernod Ricard Winemakers Operations Director Australia Robert Taddeo (left) and Chief Operations Officer Brett McKinnon. Picture: Ben McPherson. Energy company AGL has installed more than […]

Stopping website leaks will reduce cyberattack risk

Protecting users against ‘leakage’ of private information from websites they are browsing is at the heart of new South Australian research, which aims to reduce the risk of cyber attack. The research will focus on microarchitectural threats where attackers can read or ‘sample’ data to potentially steal information. University of Adelaide cyber security expert Dr […]

This is what workers of the future will look like

Working long hours in the office can take a toll on your well-being. If you aren’t convinced yet about the impact of modern work on your overall health, then perhaps it’s time for you to meet Emma – an ultra-realistic replica of your future workmate. “We’ve created a representation of the work colleague of the […]

Manager ex machina: a look at the possibility of a robot bos...

Why workers might welcome the prospect of a robot takeover – at least in some ways. The word “robot” was coined by the Czech writer Karel Čapek for his 1921 play R.U.R., drawing inspiration from the Czech words robota, meaning forced labour, and robotnik, or serf. As soon as we named them, humanity conceived of […]

Fighting fire with tech: How holograms, AI and drones can ai...

As we embark on an early start to the bushfire season in Australia it is worth thinking about the ways technology can help in the prevention and fighting the fires. Australia continues to experience unprecedented destruction from bushfires. Now is the time to harness our technological tools, and find innovative ways to help alleviate the […]

What’s next: Aussie executives gave us

As this year winds to a close, we took a look at some of the big tech trends business executives predict will take off in the next one. Food printers and drone delivered pizzaMary Sue Rogers manages ForPurposeCo., a social enterprise owned by Australian food rescue charity OzHarvest. Rogers thinks 2020 will be a big […]

Cyber security training centre to fuel growing industry

A good news story for Adelaide. A cyber security training centre has opened in Adelaide to help provide the next generation of professionals to the growing industry. The state-of-the-art training centre is located at TAFE SA’s Adelaide City campus and will be home to one of the vocational training institution’s fastest growing courses, a Certificate […]

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