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Wiser Technology Advice does the research for you

There are a lot of technology vendors out there who are constantly pushing to sell their products, so visiting technology expos can be a risky proposition for business owners and managers. Giving your contact details to sales people can result in months of being pestered and pushed to buy technology that's not necessarily right for your business. Read more...

Sonya Weiser    01 June 2018

procurement,due diligence,hackers,attacks,digital disruption,change,innovation,technology,trends,strategic planning,workshops,failure,best practice,success,driverless,automated,mobile technology,NBN

Are you getting what you need from your Information Technology?

You know there is value in Information Technology systems, but you haven't proceeded with new initiatives because you're concerned the result won't be effective or that the project cost or resource requirements could blow-out. Learn how to capture and communicate your requirements to make your IT initiatives a success. Read more...

Sonya Weiser    22 May 2018

cloud computing,procurement,due diligence,process,business continuity,digital disruption,change,innovation,technology,trends,strategic planning,workshops,online,failure,compliance,best practice,success,business process mapping,automated,mobile technology

Don't take a gamble with your information technology

The world of information technology can be confusing and overwhelming. Companies that sell information technology solutions will be quick to declare themselves as experts - but are they really providing the best advice for your business? Is it worth paying for professional advice? Read more...

Sonya Weiser    13 April 2016

procurement,due diligence,money,business continuity,service interruption,hackers,attacks,ransomware,crypto-locking,backups,disaster recovery

Protection from scandal

Senior executives in the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) have been charged with several counts of bribery, with NSW police alleging they took a combined total of $2.9 million in bribes from American IT company ServiceMesh to seal a multi-million dollar deal. Read more...

Sonya Weiser    05 April 2016

procurement,due diligence,bribery,process,money

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