What a wild ride the past seven weeks have been. After a complete demolition of the existing interior, we have fully prepped our new office space for the bigger ticket installations.
26 hours in airports, double booked flights, 42-degree heat and 24,000 steps a day: It can only be the week of the Black Hat and DEFCON conference. I attended the largest information security conference to discuss the current trends and issues facing the industry.
All types of school, every university and college, have long shared a challenge: how do we meet the unique learning needs of a diverse range of abilities and learning types?
Demolition has begun and we are getting to the crux of the decision making in regards to fit-out design. One of the concepts that we took on board very early in the planning stages was an architecturally inspired staircase.
There’s a point that every growing business reaches. The office is bursting at the seams. Staff are working out of meeting rooms, and you have even claimed space in the office next door. Maybe a slight exaggeration, but moving office is daunting, and can be put off too long.
The arrival of NBN will see the retirement of Telstra copper services, and the changes will impact many businesses.
It can be one of the most isolated jobs in any business. Even right there in a full office, there may be only one or two other IT staff, or you may even be the only one in the whole building who knows a server from a switch.
What do our customers really want? It’s the burning question asked by many companies, and the truth is, unless we ask we will never know.
When technology leaders Dell and EMC came together, a global technology powerhouse was born. In fact, 98% of Fortune 500 companies have Dell EMC products in their IT environment, and chances are, so do you.
A wide spread ransomware campaign, known as WannaCry, has impacted organisations globally over the weekend.