3 Tips for Managing an Off-Site Workforce

Having a globalised workforce is one of the best parts of technology in the 21st century. It means that companies no longer have to rely solely on local talent, and can search the world over for the right candidate for a position. This opens you up to hiring from groups ranging from seasoned professionals living

6 Cool business opportunities that can earn money by working from home

With high speed internet on its way through the NBN, now is the chance to get on the innovation band-wagon and look at a few business opportunities from home that can allow you to earn extra money while being in the comfort of your own home. By working just a few hours per night, you can start

Domain Name Corp – Scamming Unsuspecting Australian Business Owners

Think you are smart enough to not get scammed? Well think again. There is a scam going around Australia targeting unsuspecting business owners. Of the two people that I know who received this letter, both were ready to pay it.

Review: Samsung Galaxy S7

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is Samsung’s latest flagship phone and is a continued success in Samsung’s Galaxy’s product range. After pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy S7 back in March and after three months of use, it’s is by far one of the best phones that I have.

Utilising Efficient Business Practices with Video Conferencing

Regardless of what type of organization you happen to be in, the ability to communicate with others is always the most important thing to focus on. However, when you are trying to give others information, it can truly be difficult to get the most important parts of your message across if you don’t have the

Australian Companies do not have to pay compulsory Superannuation! Here’s how they get around it

Superannuation, some people love it, some people hate it. We all have our thoughts on it. Me, I think Superannuation is a load of $h!t, and here’s another reason why.

11 Ways on How to Bypass a Paywall

It was a turn for the worse as in the last few years, more and more trusted news outlets have been turning on their paywall. A way for media outlets to get you to pay for news that should be free. Australian news website, The Australian charges $8.00 per week to access some of the news