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IntelligenceBank rolls out enterprise apps for the cloud

IntelligenceBank, a software start-up that helps enterprises move to the cloud, has opened its online store, delivering on a $2 million funding round last November to build a compelling online sales channel.

A content strategy will transform your business. Here’s how [VIDEO]

This video, from the Content Strategy Forum recently held in Helsinki, showcases some of the world's leaders in content marketing. Insights from GE, Nokia, Razorfish...

The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in this one … in fact, in all Australian...

Call it the true Aussie spirit! It’s the intangible thing readily seen in athletes and others, but not quite spotted in entrepreneurs. A survey has found...

How deep is your love? I really need to know, because we’re living in...

Sing the headline in your best falsetto Bee Gees voice. How deep is your love for your smart phone?

Playing ping pong with nunchucks. Now that takes focus! [VIDEO]

Did you fail to focus on what you needed to do today? Well, here's a video that will make you feel even worse about your ability to focus. Yes, that's right. At Anthill, we're here to help.

Marketing lesson: iPhone is for women, Android is for men

e-channel ran two sets of tests on users of the two different phones. In one, it delivered group buying deals offering discounts at grocery stores, restaurants and, health and beauty stores; in the other, it beamed information on the male-centric Australian Football League (AFL).

Here’s a video to promote an ebook about Australian entrepreneurs to sell mobile phones....

Products ranging from surfboards to fresh juice, are getting an unusual spotlight this week. Seven Australian entrepreneurs will be featured in a online book that will be unveiled as part of a launch event 28 June for Nokia's E6 and E7 smartphones. So, here's a video to promote an ebook about Australian entrepreneurs to sell mobile phones. Go figure.

Freelancer survey reveals technology winners and losers for 2010 (PHP biggest winner; Microsoft biggest...

Online outsourcing marketplace (and Anthill Cool Company Award winner) Freelancer.com has released the results of its 2010 Freelancer Fast 50 index, an analysis of 320,000 online job postings, revealing the most (and least) popular technologies desired for freelance jobs in 2010, providing a barometer of technology trends.

Young Australians are ‘culling’ friends, rebelling against ‘multitasking’ and defying the need to be...

Young Australians may not be disowning their mobiles or leaving Facebook in droves, but they are learning how to keep social technology in check, as a report on youth marketing suggests. The study reveals a snapshot of the four million Australians between the ages of 16 and 30 as a tech-savvy, consumerist-minded generation with a mighty purchasing power.

Why Innovation (with a capital ‘I’) is not essential to long term success

Rear vision is a wonderful thing, but if you look at the history of disruptive pioneers you will find the path littered with the corpses of those who dared to be first with disruptions but failed, as is so often the case. The problem is that these pioneers are seldom heard from.

Why Innovation (with a capital 'I') is not essential to long term success

Rear vision is a wonderful thing, but if you look at the history of disruptive pioneers you will find the path littered with the corpses of those who dared to be first with disruptions but failed, as is so often the case. The problem is that these pioneers are seldom heard from.

Meet Ralph Simon: “The Father of the Ring Tone”

Ralph Simon is regarded as one of the founders of the modern mobile entertainment industry. At X|Media|Lab Global Media Ideas, Ralph will address various ways Australian Internet start-ups can find capital or smart support for their company and commercial ideas In an email interview, we asked him to share his views about the 'next' round of mobile technologies and what he thinks about Australian innovation.

Meet Ralph Simon: "The Father of the Ring Tone"

Ralph Simon is regarded as one of the founders of the modern mobile entertainment industry. At X|Media|Lab Global Media Ideas, Ralph will address various ways Australian Internet start-ups can find capital or smart support for their company and commercial ideas In an email interview, we asked him to share his views about the 'next' round of mobile technologies and what he thinks about Australian innovation.

Nanoscience delivers ‘Space Ghost’ wrist device

This video may be more than seven months old, but it's still relevant to the revolutionary leaps being made in the Nanoscience field. Launched alongside...

Nanoscience delivers 'Space Ghost' wrist device

This video may be more than seven months old, but it's still relevant to the revolutionary leaps being made in the Nanoscience field. Launched alongside...

Why big companies are morons

Why is it that the endless opportunities available to large Australian companies - through their vast resources and global networks - are all too...

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