Technology

PropTech: real estate with some extra tech

PropTech has the potential to power growth in the real estate and construction sectors but its adoption is slow.

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Know me, build trust with me, and then transact with me

A fantastic way to stall a conversation at a dinner party is to start talking about the exciting world of identity management, unique logins, information sharing and workflow. Just watch the eyes start to glaze over.

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Disrupting the law: will technology supercharge the traditional operating model?

Disruption. Disruption. Disruption. As a former General Counsel (GC), there were two feelings I least enjoyed, surprises and disruption (and jet lag, but that’s three, so let’s just stick with…

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Optimistic about growth: a snapshot of the mid-market

Australia’s mid-market is often referred to as the engine room of the nation’s economy. But what are their concerns and business needs?

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Stand out from the crowd: media content that taps into a customer’s zeitgeist has a competitive edge

If you want to stand out in the crowded media environment, try tapping into your customer’s zeitgeist.

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The puddle is shrinking – time for finance professionals to transform

Like a tadpole in a fast shrinking puddle, it’s time to transform in order to be ready for the next phase of accounting services.

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Transformation in a customer centric world

It seems the days of buying a bunch of IT kit, hiring an army of programmers, solution architects and network designers to build out your custom, bespoke platform are coming to an end. 

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Dial up the Chutzpah, this is the advent of opportunity on the land

Lessons from Israel for Australian AgTech

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Science and technology: as intriguing as magic and as intuitive as learning to walk

The recent Telstra ad likened great technology and its operation to magic in the real world. I’m sure we all have our various opinions on the new ad campaign. However,…

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Trouble getting in the ‘flow’: try dialling up some digital caffeine

Many years ago – many, many years ago – I was playing rugby union for my school. It was a knockout semi-final. Late in the game, I had scored a…

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Cyber security: from threat to opportunity, competition to collaboration

The Cyber Strategy recently announced by the Federal Government has rightly put the topic at the very top of the national agenda. After all, it’s not often that both the…

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Creative, maths wiz, stylist, code junkie or nerd? How do you define the digital ‘gal’ or ‘guy’?

Can you define the digital ‘gal’ or ‘guy’? Take law, accounting, audit, building, or health care. People that work in these areas have typically been formally trained and have learnt…

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Cyber Security – not just for nerds but for the nation

The reported breach of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology computer systems in December last year brought cyber security clearly into the public psyche and the vulnerability of even our most robust systems.

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