If your business website doesn’t play nicely with handheld gadgets then it might plunge down Google’s mobile search results – rendering you invisible to millions of potential customers staring at their smartphones.
The explosion in handheld devices and super-fast mobile broadband is seeing Australians reach for their handheld gadgets when they need to find something online, rather than firing up their computers. It’s not just when they’re on the go – even when we’re at home sitting on the couch we find it easier to grab the phone in our pocket, or the tablet on the coffee table, rather than go in search of a... Read More
Multiple-monitor workstations aren’t just for stockbrokers and pro-gamers, they’re for anyone who works with a computer and is chasing a productivity boost.
Monitors keep getting larger and more affordable, which is great for those of us who have plenty of work on our plate, or perhaps just want to bump up the font size to reduce eye strain without sacrificing too much screen real estate.
As a general rule bigger is better but you eventually reach a point where those extra screen inches offer a limited return on investment. You’d actually get more benefit for having extra screens on your desk, rather than simply upgrading to an even larger screen. You’ll also want a multi-monitor stand so you can get your screens to sit... Read More
Fancy 360-degree cameras aren’t just for skydiving and white water rafting, they’re also the perfect way to show the world the exciting things that your business has to offer.
Video has always been a powerful sales and advertising tool, but 360-degree video takes things to the next level by dropping your potential customers in the thick of things. Rather than pointing your video camera at things in an effort to get their attention, a 360-degree camera has eyes in the back of its head – letting the viewer change the camera angle so they can take a good look around for themselves.