November 2010

My favourite computer folk, Dell, have just celebrated the opening of Tier5‘s data centre in the old Mitsubishi site in Adelaide’s southern suburbs. Dell have created a modular data centre that plugs together IT, cooling and power into scalable blocks that fit together and grow as needs require. Tier5 offer data centre and hosting solutions […]

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Damn you, Autocorrect!

by Lee Hopkins on November 11, 2010 · 1 comment

in humour

Warning: you may laugh out loud!

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My advice is always to test the platforms out in private

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Definitely worth investing in

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Dragon Dictation for the iPad

by Lee Hopkins on November 8, 2010 · 1 comment

in clippings,tools

Eagerly I skipped across to the iTunes store to download this free app

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Oh, how I wish I were there

by Lee Hopkins on November 8, 2010 · 0 comments

in clippings

Wishing you well, Richard and Joe, and knowing that the conference will be a blast!

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There are benefits to creating a social media strategy that is customised to your company, rather than just picking one up off the shelf (shockingly, I know of some digital consultancies that pretend to offer each client an individualised one, but in fact use the same template for all). Customising a strategy for your own […]

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social media is becoming the most time-intensive activity on the web

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All in all, very clever campaigns that are very smoothly tying in Facebook and Twitter. Well done, Holden!

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Changing the way an organisation communicates has the capability of ruffling some feathers and causing some consternation.

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