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Accessibility | 25 August 2014
Often we associate web accessibility with making sure that our website is accessible for people with a major form of disability. What about everyone else who has a less obvious disability?
By Le Tong
Business xChange | 22 August 2014
Please join us for the September 2014 Goulburn Business xChange. This regular event has been established for businesses to hear from a range of speakers who will give practical advice on a range of...
By Daniel Oyston
Workplace | 22 August 2014
There is nothing quite like bad hygiene or lack of pride in your attire to completely taint the opinions others have of you. If you want to be viewed as credible, as a professional, you must not only consider your behavior but also your appearance. 
By Stephanie Slater
Business Continuity | 21 August 2014
There can often be some confusion between the difference between Snapshots, Backups (Off-site backup) and Replication.
By Jason Hayes
Accessibility | 21 August 2014
One of the issues facing many website owners, especially those who encourage user engagement, is how to keep bots from hacking their website. The most common way of preventing these bots is to use CAPTCHA. If, however, you are also aiming to comply with WCAG 2.0 guidelines, this in itself will...
By Jeannie Panting
Drupal | 14 August 2014
Drupal is an open source Content Management System (CMS). It is a popular solution and one of the recommended web application frame works for most of the corporate environments including enterprise applications.
By Kuriakose Kurian
Web Development | 4 August 2014
In 2013, I attended an event in Canberra called GovHack.  It is a huge event with teams around the country all competing against each other to come up with the most fun, inventive and thought-provoking way of using Government Data.
By Toby Wild
Business Continuity | 1 August 2014
When you first started your small business, or new enterprise, your initial focus was probably given to preparing the groundwork in case things go wrong. You most likely took out indemnity and liability insurance to protect your name and your brand, prepared OH&S best practices to protect...
By Evan Williams
Workplace | 31 July 2014
Many businesses when they start up begin with a small group of individuals with few or no formal business qualifications, just a whole lot of enthusiasm, some core industry skills and a great opportunity in front of them. And so it was for OPC back in 1985.
By Cathy Norton
Web Development | 28 July 2014
Before content is created, and when maintaining it, it is important to understand that writing for a web audience and writing for an offline audience is not the same.
By Le Tong
Workplace | 21 July 2014
According to McKinsey and Company, a US based business advisory firm, 28% of executives’ time is lost each and every week to just reading and responding to emails. That’s a staggering amount! In fact, that’s huge. That’s 11 hours! In 11 hours I could walk a marathon … well … maybe!
By Brett Norton
Business Continuity | 21 July 2014
Implementing ITIL into a small business shouldn’t be expensive or time consuming. There are no licensing costs, no hardware requirements, and providing your service provider has embraced ITIL, it should be free and seamless. No business should operate without it.
By Clinton Henderson