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How the NBN Switch off will affect your business

Later this year, NBN will begin switching off business-grade copper-based ‘Special Services’ which will affect many Australian businesses. These Special Services are a set of telecommunication products which simultaneously use voice, video and data services. On November 12th, a number of the estimated 200,000 Special Services will be cut off. These data connections using the … Continued
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How AI can affect Information Management

We’ve heard how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to take our jobs away, but what kind of affect is it going to have on information management? AI isn’t planning on taking a back seat to the advancements in digital information management. What’s AI doing now? AI cloud-based systems already exist in the information management world, … Continued
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Property Market Snapshot: Australia

First home buyers continue taking advantage of the NSW and Victorian government’s stamp duty schemes while other states start feeling the pinch of affordability issues and growing house prices. NSW Since July, 2000, the NSW state government has saved first home buyers $720 million in tax breaks and grants, which has seen them enter the … Continued
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Australians Own Their Homes for more than 10 Years

According to an analysis conducted by the leading property data, information, analytics and services providers in Australia and New Zealand, CoreLogic, Australians own their homes for 10.5 years on average. That number in capital cities climbed from an average of 6.8 years a decade ago to 10.5 in just the past 12 months. Units on … Continued
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GWS Giants Sponsorship

Grace is pleased to announce that we have formed a partnership agreement with AFLW’s GWS Giants team for 2018. The alliance with GWS Giants AFLW team is part of the Grace Gives corporate social responsibility initiative. The AFLW Giants look incredibly competitive this season thanks to their 14 new female recruits and new coach, AFL … Continued
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VR

Reinventing the Fine Arts

It’s hard to go a single day without coming across digital technology. Technology is everywhere, and will be in your hand or sitting in front of you right now. Technology has also managed to make its way into the fine art space. And one technology that’s taken reality to a new level is VR or … Continued
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The Government’s Digital Continuity 2020 Policy

The Australian Government’s Digital Continuity 2020 Policy has been created to support the digital transformation and e-governance of government documents. The digitisation of information is expected to help government agencies provide better and more efficient services to Australians. The purpose of the policy The purpose of the Digital Continuity 2020 Policy is to enable the … Continued
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Millennials are Driving Office Changes

Fundamental shifts in office buildings are taking place thanks to the youngest demographic they employ, the millennials. With a growing need to employee from the younger generation, companies around the world are making the effort to ensure their office provides what millennials are looking for. According to the Governance Studies at Brookings report, How Millennials … Continued
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More Australians Driving to Work

According to the 2016 Census results published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, more Australians are now opting to drive to work. Driving has long been the most popular method of getting to and from work, but the figures have increased in the last five years with 69 per cent of the working population of … Continued
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Healthcare

Healthcare is Australia’s Largest Industry

According to the 2016 Census results, conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), healthcare is Australia’s largest industry. The industry incorporates many health care and social assistance sectors such as hospitals and aged and child care. As an industry, healthcare makes up 12.6 per cent of Australia’s working population. That’s an increase of one … Continued
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