Wiser Technology Advice Blog

Earlier this year I was interviewed by Megan Hayward, of the University of Adelaide’s MBA Alumni Association. Read More

In today’s world of business there should be a high value put on information, as it is core to the success of any organisation. We face the challenge of needing to share ideas for the advancement of science and entrepreneurship whilst needing to communicate securely to protect your information. 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

Are you wondering whether a managed service provider is necessary for your business? Read More

I’ve been appointed to provide business process mapping services to ACH Group, one of Adelaide’s largest age care providers. Why? Because ACH Group is introducing new information systems and needs to ensure that the processes the systems support are efficient and effective. This raises an important question for everyone to consider – are the processes in your business helping or hindering your outcomes? 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

Last week I attended the Hewlett Packard Enterprises Re-imagine Summit in Melbourne, where I listened to speakers on a range of topics and met with some very interesting people. Read More

Last week I attended Hybrid World Adelaide 2018, a two-day conference with many excellent local and international speakers. Read More

Last month I ran a series of successful one-day workshops for the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Bunbury. I treat presenting at workshops like a performance; it's exhausting but exhilarating. I know the audience appreciated the performance, as I received a round of applause from attendees at the conclusion of the last two workshops! I'm pleased as punch and looking forward to running more workshops in the future. Read More