Digital commerce has been around for quite a while now and is firmly established in Australia, just as it is in every major economy of the globe. Nevertheless, there are still innovations and developments every passing quarter. In many ways, 2017 will be even more exciting for digital entrepreneurs as e-commerce really picks up. What are the latest trends in website design and online commerce that small business people can take advantage of? [Read More]
Data Cabling: Why Fibre Optic Cabling Should Be the Choice for You
Whether you are in the market for residential or commercial internet services, one of the main aspects you would have to consider would be what type of data cabling would be suited for your needs. In years past, copper cabling has been the staple people end up using, as it has been the conventional option. However, technological advancements have brought about new cabling options in the form of fibre optic data cabling. [Read More]
Important things to consider when buying headphones
Keep in mind these factors when you're searching for a new pair of headphones. 1. Brand Without mentioning specific brands, headphones are regularly judged before they are ever worn — sometimes it is warranted; other times it isn't. In general, it is best to avoid celebrity-endorsed headphones (unless you only care about fitting in and nothing else). These headphones are generally to be avoided because they are typically overpriced and have poor dynamic range; additionally, these kinds of headphones often have huge marketing budgets, which means there is less money to spend on making the headphones on the same quality level as dedicated unaffiliated audio brands. [Read More]
What Benefits Can You Enjoy from a Structured Cabling System?
In a modern office, the importance of the cabling system is hard to overestimate. If you haven't yet heard of structured cabling, you might want to investigate the matter and decide whether it makes the right choice for your office. In a traditionally point-to-point cabling system, patch cables run directly to and from each piece of hardware, resulting in something of a pell-mell appearance, with lots of separate patch cables running along your network cabinets. [Read More]