On Monday 23 September 2019 I spoke at a half-day conference hosted by the University of South Australia and the International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism. Read More
Most businesses do not recognise the value of the data they collect in their day to day operations.
Our world of commerce is becoming more connected and there are lots of buzz words for this… the ‘Internet of Things’, the ‘Internet of Everything’ and ‘Industry 4.0’. Read More
Jun 05, 2019Sonya Weiser Comments ((Disabled))
On the weekend I had put on a load of washing, was stacking the dishwasher and dodging the robot vacuum cleaner when it occurred to me it’s a great time to be alive! In my lifetime there have been many wonderful labour saving machines invented that make housework a breeze. As a child my sisters and I had many ‘discussions’ about whose turn it was to do the dishes after dinner. And I still remember my first washing machine, a twin tub. Now I leave most of the housework to my machines. It’s a great time to be alive! Read More
Blockchain is a transformative technology which is starting to be adopted by entrepreneurial businesses and has the potential to transform the way we do business in the future. Read More
Apr 11, 2019Sonya Weiser Comments ((Disabled))
Earlier this year I was interviewed by Megan Hayward, of the University of Adelaide’s MBA Alumni Association. Read More
Happy new year! 2019 is going to be the start of an exciting new era for me. I'm going to concentrate all my efforts on providing wise, independent technology advice under a new business name, Wiser Technology Advice. Read More
For my final trip down memory lane, I’m going to have a look back at how technology has changed in the 21st century. The world’s changed rapidly since the year 2000, with an ever-increasing rate of change. Read More
Let’s go for another trip down memory lane, this time through the 1990s, the decade when the World Wide Web first started to change our lives. Read More
Let me take you for a little trip down memory lane... Once upon a time there was a quiet, shy young woman called Sonya, starting her first job as
a graduate programmer at the State Bank of South Australia. I wasn't quite as young as the girl in the photo, but looking back 30 years later
it sure feels like it.