Why is social computing more cost effective?

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In part of this interview with Stowe Boyd, Headshift’s Lee Bryant talks about the impact of the current global financial crisis on IT spending. He comments on the paradox that organisations are still… Continue reading

Get enterprise wiki software for just a few bucks

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Between now and the 24th April, enterprise wiki software company, Atlassian, is offering a fully functional 5 user license to Confluence for just US$5 (that’s about AU$7) as part their ‘Atlassian $timulus Package‘.… Continue reading

We can’t live without it, so lets rethink television advertising

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With the count down to switching off analogue television in Australia officially started, the digital bandwagon is gathering renewed momentum with a swath of advertising from both the federal government and Freeview, a… Continue reading

A Postcard from BarCamp Canberra

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Last weekend I had the great pleasure of participating in BarCamp Canberra, with a personal objective of networking with other like minded people interested in Government 2.0. Canberra is of course the centre… Continue reading

MentorNet

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In June 2006, the Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) won a government grant to develop a national mentoring program for businesswomen as part of the Australian Government’s Building Entrepreneurship in Small Business program. The… Continue reading

Smarter, Simpler, Social and Down Under

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HOZ Alert! Headshift is now in Australia! It was with immense pleasure that I joined my fellow Headshift colleagues Livio Hughes and Anne Bartlett-Bragg last week to celebrate the opening of our operation in… Continue reading