Microsoft's Australian partner, Generation-e, is hosting a free one day conference to mark the launch of Skype for Business (the successor to Microsoft Lync Server) in Sydney on 4 June and Premier Technologies will be there silver sponsor
We have a come to a point where a lot of stuff is getting cheaper by the day. Technology is one of them, and smartphones are reaching the price point that wasn’t seemed possible just last year. Today we have on show Micromax Canvas Spark Q380 and Huawei Honor Bee battling head-on in the $79 price tag category.
Traditionally trade promotion activities have been directed to offering customers special offers via physical channels: in-store, in the mail etc, but as buyers increasingly research products and prices online, trade promotion will need to enter the virtual world.
If money is not an issue, then you should definitely consider the Apple iPhone 6s Plus or the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Both are in the upwards range of $700 at the minimum, but they pack quite a punch. They represent the best that a smartphone can offer.
The R-series by Oppo is all about life and art being beautifully combined that offers you something out of the ordinary. The R7 Plus beautifully hides the beast inside of it in a stylish metal outlook.
For those on a very tight budget, the Huawei Honor Bee could truly be an excellent choice. With dual sim capability being thrown in, there’s a sense of value for money at that price point.
Although still ~4 months to go to the anticipated September 2015 launch date for the latest update to the iPhone series, there have been numerous rumors that are circulating the internet surrounding the Apple iPhone 6S Plus
These are challenging times for CIOs and IT departments, and I suspect few would disagree with the following summary of the current situation
Press releases that put a ‘spin’ - a particular bias - on the underlying facts are nothing new. However, it’s rather strange when a company ‘spins’ the findings of a study it has commissioned, but that’s exactly what NBN Co did last week in a press release entitled: “The cloud to bring big sky thinking for Aussie small businesses.”
Are you suffering from prediction overload? I am. I've been filing away the 2015 forecasts from sundry analyst firms, software vendors and others for the last couple of weeks and now the total has topped the 20 mark. Here's my take on some of the most interesting.
- Elevating Australia to global digital leadership
- Australian IT firms storm CommunicAsia in force
- Micromax Canvas Nitro 2: redesigned, re-engineered, reloaded
- Big data to stir up C-Suite strategies
- Toowoomba escapes digging disaster
- Marketeers anticipating transformation
- IDC says opt for ITaaS, and ITaaS needs cloud
- Great Digital Transformation Expectations
- Industry 4.0 is a Cloudy Topic
- Vertiro announces channel partnership with HubOne
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