They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes a good short story is worth so much more. A tale that takes you elsewhere and leaves your mind wandering is a fantastic thing. Some people can do this day in and day out - recounting a simple shopping trip can leave listeners on the edge of seats or laughing out loud. Storytellers make people want to stop and listen, they make them want to know more - and that’s who you want to be.
If you haven't heard of TikTok then you are definitely not Gen Z. More than 1 billion people - mainly teenagers - have downloaded the app in the past 18 months, surpassing both Instagram and Snapchat, and hard on the heels of Facebook.
New smartphone launches are so ...yawn. In 2019 the flagship smartphone events have made one thing crystal clear - he who owns the ecosystem will rule.
Amalgamated councils across NSW are turning to Managed Mobility services (MMS) to deliver automation, security and cost controls across their mobile devices and consumption.
The Samsung Fold has still failed to materialise a month after review devices sent to the media developed major screen and hinge issues. What is next for the Fold?
Enterprises planning to initiate a digital transformation project in FY20 should consider budgeting for a managed mobility service.
What could entice you to add another credit card to your wallet - specifically an Apple credit card? Here's five reasons to consider it - when or if it ever becomes available in Australia.
The enforced disconnection of PSTN and ISDN business lines is the most common reason that businesses in 2019 are moving to SIP technology. Other benefits are scalability, reliability, remote working options, unified comms and cost savings.
Macquarie Group has taken the telco giants by surprise with news breaking that it will enter the Australian market as a virtual retailer with a used smartphone and SIM bundle strategy.
Rumours of serious delays caused by a shortage of technicians have been confirmed with NBN Co admitting it is 'missing' 469 appointments every day.