Hi All, After offering informal advice for several years around offshore labour, I’ve now formalised it into a consultancy. We help businesses set up an offshore team to compliment their Australian team. It’s not complex when you knwo what you’re doing, but my observation is that most businesses get one or more things wrong and […]
My book released in January 2013 has been acclaimed as a definitive work of the challenges facing Australia from micro-globalism, offshoring and outsourcing, and how it can be used to our advantage.
Recent figures from the federal Attorney General’s office show a huge spike in federal and state access to private telecommunications information. Essentially all your telephone and internet related information is available for access by senior police officers and related government officials – without a court warrant. Wire taps (recording private communication and internet traffic) still […]
I completely understand Microsoft’s philosophy of a single common interface across all devices (computer, phone, tablet), and I think that’s a good thing. However, personally Im finding Windows 8 is wasting my time by making me learn new ways to do common tasks. Often there are extra steps and clicks involved, and some shortcuts no […]
In the future Frey says 3D printing is going to be used in “just about everything”. On the drawing board at the moment is printing clothing with 3D printers, which Frey says will be a “really hot industry”. “If you can imagine going into a retail store and going into this device and having your […]
What the heck is wrong with all these manufacturers putting out 12″ and 13″ ultrabooks with 768 vertical resolution? It’s not enough you eediots. Scroll scroll scroll: your customers will hate you when their finger wears out. My ultrabook has 1920×1080 in a 13″ form factor (better than Mac, yes, but who cares really). I […]