With the Australian Government introducing the Notifiable Data Breach scheme and penalties for businesses who do not disclose breaches earlier this year, cyber security is becoming a major focus for organisations big and small.
The Hip Pocket is a money and career hub for young people, by young people.
Your Closet, founded by Briella Brown is an online dress rental store where women can hire high-end designer dresses for a fraction of the retail cost.
Sydney startup Coviu has been been working on WebRTC, which stands for Web Real Time Communications, where real time video conferences can take place in a person’s browser.
Academy Xi (pronounced Ex-Eye) is one of the newest players in the startup education space, providing innovative education in the areas of User Experience (UX) and Design and Service Design.
Melissa Shawyer is cofounder of the Australian-based PR Firm – The PR Group.
Founded by Sarah Warmoll and Samantha Devlin, Sydney-based startup – The Footnotes addresses the attrition rate of university dropouts through its online publication that produces content around post-schooling study recommendations.
As we get closer to the end of another financial year – and it has come around way too soon – startup founders should begin to make sure that they are on top of all elements of their business, in particular the financials.
You might not have heard of EMC, but it’s a technology behemoth that runs many of the services you use today. The company provides datacenter storage for large technology companies — and today, it’s been acquired by Dell. It’s the largest technology acquisition ever, coming in at $67 billion and eclipsing the next-largest in which Avago acquired chipset maker Broadcom for $37 billion in May 2015. [Source: The Next Web]