Solar Energy Can Help You Combat The Recession

The world is in turmoil. The financial markets have crashed, and businesses are finding it hard to make ends meet. You may have noticed yourself that your bank account is feeling dryer slightly, and you’ve probably had to cut down on a few luxuries. The economy is in an extremely fragile state meaning energy isn’t…

Benefits Of NBN Satellite For Remote Areas Of Australia

Increasingly people turn to the Internet for all kinds of reasons whether it’s to communicate with friends and work colleagues, for information and advice, to shop, or to pay bills and chat with people all over the world. Now a normal part of most people’s daily lives it is a technology we feel lost without…

Kevin Jones recently made the provocative proposal that some companies should consider dissolving IT altogether and disseminating its functions into their business units. Mark Thiele countered with the observation that, without addressing IT’s underlying ills, decentralization might just spread the disease. So what are we to do? Should we throw out the baby with the…

IT is in crisis. We’ve become the Department of No, of Slow, of Expensive, of Inadequate, of Misaligned. We’re told we need to drive innovation, to become more service-oriented, to cut costs and improve quality and increase agility all at once. I believe that this crisis goes beyond just how we do things. It touches…

Twitter is an incredibly sloppy medium. If you follow more than a small number of people, there’s no way you can keep up with everyone’s tweets. You wake up in the morning and you’re 500 tweets behind. If you take the time to try to read them all, you’re 100 behind again by the time…