Interview

Talking Computer Vision Syndrome on Brisbane’s 97.3

Talking Computer Vision Syndrome on Brisbane’s 97.3

This morning I spoke with Bianca, Bob and Terry on Brisbane’s 97.3 on the topic of how exposure to ‘screens’ can cause issues with our eyes.  Listen below. You can find more information on Computer Vision Syndrome HERE.

Small Business Tax Break – Let’s go Tech Shopping.

Small Business Tax Break – Let’s go Tech Shopping.

The end of financial year is a busy time no matter what size business you work in or run, however if you can take some time out to look into the next financial year you can set yourself up for some great financial wins. I caught up with  Jim Berndelis, the National Merchandise Manager for Officeworks, to talk about the Tax[Read More…]

Home Security – Affordable & Easy to Set Up

Home Security – Affordable & Easy to Set Up

In today’s world, personal security seems to be more valued than ever.  Fortunately, with advances in technology, adding a layer of security to your home doesn’t have to be an expensive exercise. Last week I caught up with Jeremy stewart, VP Global Marketing at Swann.  Jeremy gives a good overview of the current state of home CCTV security and what[Read More…]

Ransomware – Don’t Pay the Ransom!

Ransomware – Don’t Pay the Ransom!

No doubt you’ve been seeing, hearing or reading about it in the news.  The ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack has caused the shutdown of hundreds and thousands of computer systems from around the world,  but what was the impact on Australia and how can you stay safe from this kind of threat? Yesterday I spoke with Tim Falinski from Trend Micro Australia – Listen[Read More…]

Small Business Won’t Miss A Call With Optus Loop

Small Business Won’t Miss A Call With Optus Loop

Just how bad is it for business to miss a call? A recent survey from Optus revealed that 85% of respondents said they would be tempted to call another company if they don’t get through on the first attempt, and 74% were frustrated about not being able to connect to a business.    Further to this almost half of those surveyed (45%) would[Read More…]