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Are you a little bit tired of all the hyperbole around social media? Are you annoyed that every second person you meet at a networking event is now a social media expert? You're not alone. This video from The Poke gives us a real infographic about the wonderful world of social media.
Shawn Livermore, CEO of Ziptask, is confident that his companies’ simple mobile product is what will make all the difference. In this video, Livermore...
iSee is ”a combination of positive attributes of video conferencing and virtual environments, using real-time video instead of avatars,” says Prof. Farzad Safaei of UOW's ICT Research Institute and the lead researcher of the project.
With more than six million views in less than a week, this is one video that should be shared. As a 12 year old, Jeremiah McDonald wanted to talk to his future self. It was a crazy idea. But a kid with that much crazy found a way to make it happen.
Do you consider yourself to be a Facebook power user? This parody video from the good people at Jest, shows off some of the potential paid models that would stop the bottom from falling out of the Facebook share price.
Is Facebook a true barometer of what we like? The May 2012 Australian Facebook Performance Report has some interesting data about what we are liking on Facebook. It turns out we like Tim Tams. A lot. Who knew?
When a person enters into a business relationship, particularly with family members, friends and acquaintances, the use of legal contracts is often perceived as a sign of mistrust. It does not have to be that way.
Google raises the bar in quirky product advertising. Will the younger generations appreciate this very Generation X reference? Regardless, it has clocked more than three million views in less than two months. This is a bit of genius self promotion from Google.
Over and above the comprehensive value it provides, cloud computing offers very distinct advantages to businesses. We believe several may be behind the rapid adoption.
Women have many innate traits that potentially can help them rise to the highest levels in sales. They have a natural ability to really “listen” to their customers, recognise and understand others’ needs. What’s more, they are great at harnessing their emotional intelligence.
We could turn ourselves a lot smarter by simply choosing the right apps to use – apps that, say, enable networking on the go or get more out of those idle “time fillers” everybody suffers through a working day.
Once upon a time there was a company called Netscape. It reigned supreme on the Internet until the first browser war. Microsoft Internet Explorer was crowned the new king. Yet, as the battle for web browser supremacy continues, the new king has lost its footing. Google Chrome just clocked up 410 million users.
You would imagine the legal fraternity to be a slouch when it comes to technology. Remember how they were stuck, for years, with the...
I have to admit, I'm pleased that the Higgs boson is headline news around the world. Who would have thought that everyone would get so excited about science, about physics? So, why is this really so very cool? Not only is this discovery awesome, but it opens up a whole new world of invention.
Having just sold a business and yet to find her next passion, she thought she might give the corporate world a go. After two months of day-after-day job hunting, my friend called me with this insight: "I think I'm unemployable".
We were promised a future with flying cars and jetpacks. Feeling a bit gypped? Well, the jetpack is already here. Sure, it's still pretty damn risky, but one man, The Jetman, plans to make it accessible to every one of us.
Mi9’s Product Innovation team would drive this partnership and has the “remit to grow the group’s ventures portfolio.” Part of this process would involve sifting through Pollenizer’s startups and accelerating those with new digital products. Mi9 also will have the option to invest in these new digital businesses.
Two-time MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner recently announced his early retirement. Interestingly, the reason cited was not lost love of riding motorcycles, but his disillusion regarding how the sport is run and managed.
The business world has a new language. Instead of annual plans, three year strategies and sustainable competitive advantage we hear of disruption, uncertainty, speed and ambiguity.
Upon leaving his corporate job, Jeff Hoffman was told by the person who had been his role model that he would fail in business. Crushed, he went home to watch some sport on TV. What followed was an epiphany that led Hoffman to help found Priceline.com.