Investing in technology need not be time-consuming or expensive for small business owners.
You may have decided who gets the house in your last will and testament, but who’s going to wrap up your digital life – from online photo albums to your bitcoin wallet? That's where the digital will comes in.
The appetite for small smartphone person-to-person payments has proven insignificant in Australia, but for the "unbanked" in developing nations, these innovations are helping people access money in a life-changing way.
Cambridge Analytica's Facebook data scandal is a wake-up call every firm should heed. It's put data security firmly back on the agenda.
There’s no denying blockchain is a hot topic, its application tipped as a potential game-changer in accounting, fund transfers, voting and more. While sometimes spoken of in the same breath as bitcoin, the scope of blockchain technology goes far beyond the management of digital currencies.
Despite warnings about Bitcoin’s market volatility and unregulated nature – with detractors such as Warren Buffett dubbing the cryptocurrency “the latest economic bubble” – cryptocurrencies have captured investors’ imaginations.
In today’s world, it’s not enough to have a website or LinkedIn profile – you need a strong social media identity to support and communicate your personal brand. Here are six essential steps to make your digital presence flourish.
Technology is getting better and cheaper all the time.
With time at Instagram and Facebook to leverage, Strava CEO James Quarles wants to make his fitness tracking app a community for the most engaged athletes in the world.
Three high-energy friends combined their skill and ambition to make trading in international stocks a whole lot easier for Australian investors. The result: online trading platform Stake.
Users run their life by WeChat. It's the Chinese mobile messaging phenomenon that has not just changed people's lives, it's become a way of life.
The message to finance players, big and small, is clear - disrupt yourself or be disrupted. We look at how smart companies in the Asia-Pacific are changing the ways they think and work, whether it's transforming digital finance, cybersecurity or fintechs.
Technological advances are set to transform the role of wealth managers, whether they are ready for the brave new digital world or not.
A look at the latest devices and innovations from the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC), including Samsung Galaxy S9 and DeX Pad, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Land Rover and ZTE Axon M.
Semi-autonomous vehicles are predicted to arrive in Australia by 2020. Fully autonomous cars are expected in 2025, according to the Future of Car Ownership report by the NRMA. Driverless cars may improve road safety and enhance the mobility of older people, but they also present significant issues around data privacy. What do the experts think?
Ashley Wearne, the boss at cybersecurity group Sophos, says the latest strategy against digital criminals is to strike early and fight smarter.
Podcasts are the rising stars of the internet, with listeners tuning in for an average 48 minutes at a time. For businesses wanting to boost their profiles and generate leads, it could be the next big thing.
Small and medium businesses (SMEs) that want to behave and act like bigger companies really have more choice than ever before with the help of ERP software.