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The Lumery helps organisations with their ‘martech stack’, integrating software, data and analytics to form a complete view of the customer experience for their clients. It’s a service that has proven to be in high demand.
Technology is advancing at a very fast pace nowadays. Every day, a new app or tool is developed to make a certain facet of our daily lives either easier or more enjoyable.
We’re living in wild times when renting a stranger’s bedroom or ride sharing in somebody else’s car is no longer weird, and often...
It is interesting how in the age of technology, and with the support of the technology, communication problems have increased, rather than reducing as you would expect. You may or may not be surprised, but this is also the case for the software development industry.
CEA’s Collider Accelerator is the latest program to be launched with support from Advance Queensland, which is investing more than $400-million to position Queensland as a hub of innovation and growth.
As a non-technical founder, you simply don’t know, what you don’t know. Working with a contractor gives you more control over the relationship in my opinion and lets you add and amend the scope based on the early feedback you receive.
In fact, Australia’s fintech space is booming. It has been predicted that our fintech sector will reach $4.2 billion by 2020 (up from just under $250 million in 2015).
According to the latest research commissioned by HR and recruitment specialists, Randstad, more than half of Australian workers don’t think they have the digital skills to guarantee future employability.
It offers an immersive environment for the users: and this is where everything else pales. Getting users completely immersed into your content creates a new experience, a new way of interacting with your message and brand.
With the Meta 2, an augmented reality headset that makes it possible for users to see, grab and move holograms just like physical objects, Meron Gribetz hopes to extend our senses through a more natural machine.
If you look back to the pre-millennial time before 1980’s, there were as many dreams and talents as now. Since then, technology, the Internet and smartphones democratised opportunities and brought them closer to those with the dream to do more, especially the youth.
In the past there have been occupations that remained relatively stable, for example lawyers, doctors, and accountants. If you went to university, got one of these degrees, and entered that particular workforce, it was assumed that you’d be set for life. However, this is no longer the case.
With Visual Domain, we found that we didn’t need a savvy sales or a marketing budget, we set out with a goal to make things easier for businesses and this ultimately meant breaking the video rulebook.
The survey of 1,000 Australians, commissioned by Australian document productivity start-up Nitro, found nearly nine in ten (87 per cent) 18-25 year olds had recently faced a digital roadblock, such as forgetting a password or losing a digital document—nearly double that of respondents over 55 years old (55 per cent) and well above the national average (67 per cent), raising concerns about the efficiency and focus of the future workforce.
The mission, in short, became to build a product that was capable of providing personalised education and human-like support to every entrepreneur on the planet, all at the same time.
The idea that older workers struggle more than their younger colleagues with technology has been debunked by a comprehensive new survey by Dropbox.
Let’s not assume that innovation is limited to tech, says David Brooke, Managing Director of Social Traders, as he makes the argument for social enterprise
Technology is changing the way we work, communicate, relate and above all the way we live. Work happens during, before and after the real work hours
Tech is costing you time and money and not actually helping you. We’re swamped with tech, some of it useful, most underutilised and some of it just annoying
Over two million SMBs form the backbone of the Australian economy. They are hardworking business owners and staff members that have made a name...