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Sydney-based mobile development and process improvement firm.

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Should you get the new iPad for your business

The new iPad has a some neat new additions, but nothing that says it’s a must for a business. The faster Internet connectivity through 4G will not be available in Australia for some time thanks to Telstra’s network being on a different frequency from that of the US. So unless you are in the […]

By |March 10th, 2012|Opinion, Review|0 Comments

Handwriting recognition finally to appear on Android

We hear from at the annual mobile phone conference in Barcelona that Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 10.1 will incorporate handwriting recognition and include a stylus.
This is well overdue if you ask us. We remember having this functionality in old Windows mobile phones and we loved the feature. We just found it hard to […]

By |March 4th, 2012|Cool Ideas, Opinion|0 Comments

Virtual store fronts while you wait for public transport

What will they think of next. Now you can do your grocery shopping, including impulse buying at the check out line, by simply holding up your smartphone and pointing it at a bar code displayed on a billboard at your bus or train stop. Who said the smartphone will not change your life?

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By |February 15th, 2012|Cool Ideas, True Stories|0 Comments

Using Google Analytics to increase your web traffic

Google Analytics is a great tool for analysing your website audience and performance. The service now offers something called Advanced Segments which you can use to get a more indepth understanding of what is happening.
Here’s a great article with some helpful tips on how to do this : […]

By |February 10th, 2012|Market Research, Tips|0 Comments

Making Google+ work for your business

Google+ is an important element in the search landscape especially if you are a business. It’s important to integrate this medium into your marketing.
Here’s a great article with some helpful tips on how to do this: […]

By |February 10th, 2012|Market Research, Tips|0 Comments

Half-a-billion smartphones sold in 2011

A total of 491.4 million smartphones were shipped in 2011, up a “strong 61.3 per cent” from the 304.7 million units in 2010, according to IDC as published in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Apple had a 23.5 per cent share of the global smartphone market, followed by Samsung and Nokia with 22.8 per cent and 12.4 per cent respectively.

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By |February 7th, 2012|Market Research|0 Comments

Should your marketing or customer service team lead your social media?

A big question in many organisations is whether your marketing or customer service department should lead your social media activities. Here’s a good point of view on that.

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1m8TTb/thesocialcustomer.com/lbrynleyjones/45401/which-department-should-lead-your-social-media-activities

By |January 29th, 2012|Market Research, Tips|0 Comments

Managing the risks of social media

While we constantly promote the benefits of social media and the need to be on top of it for business reasons, you also need to manage the risks. Risks include everything from negative publicity to liability for things that might be said by your staff or even third parties. There’s some good guidance in […]

By |January 19th, 2012|Market Research, Opinion, Tips|0 Comments

How a technical tsunami wiped out Kodak

Changing technology can wipe out existing business models like a flash flood. We said it here before that unless your business strategy and model adapts to the times, your entire industry could go from riches to rags. This is what happened to Kodak, thanks to digital photography and smartphones. Instead of embracing the changes […]

By |January 17th, 2012|Market Research, Opinion|0 Comments

Smartphone overkill – when all the comms gets a bit much

Here’s a great article of the impact smartphones are having on the knowledge worker outside the work place. There is some good guidance in here on when it is a bit much and what the etiquette should be. Highly recommended read. http://knowledge.asb.unsw.edu.au/article.cfm?articleId=1302

By |January 12th, 2012|Opinion|0 Comments