Activity based working: What it means and how to implement it

Activity based working is growing in popularity around the world, but is it right for your company? And if so, how to do you implement it?

Will working in an ‘office’ be a relic of the past...

From dot matrix printers to the Internet of things, the way we work has been on a steep trajectory of transformation. We take...

Is hot desking worth it?

Hot desking is an increasingly popular office trend, but what are the implications on your business and employees? Let's take a look at the pros and cons.

The difference between digitisation and digitalisation

Digitisation and digitalisation are both key parts of total digital transformation. So what defines each term, and what are the important differences?

How automation will benefit the legal industry

Technology has long promised to eliminate tedious duties and free your staff to focus on higher-value tasks – but it often fails to deliver.

Robotic process automation – how it affects you…

Big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence have all been tipped to fundamentally transform the professional services industry. But it could be the re-emergence of Robotic Process Automation (RPA)...

3 hot tips for efficient scanning

At Brother, we talk to hundreds of business users a day who provide us with valuable insights into how they’re using our Document Scanners. We find that our...

Managing retail inventory with technology

Inventory management is increasingly important as retail faces the internet age. How can this industry use technology to account for the shift?

Why after-sales support should be part of your buying decision

It is important for any business to ensure that the cost and quality of after-sales support is part of the buying decision. This means reading fine print stating...

Digitisation for SMEs Is it worth it?

Australian SMEs are wholeheartedly embracing digitisation. The 2017 MYOB Business Monitor revealed that fewer SMEs now see technology as a pain point. According to the report, in February 2015...

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