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wearables it procurement

Most consumers and businesses have not yet fully embraced wearable technology, however one notable exception is the healthcare industry, where wearable devices are rapidly gaining wide acceptance.

Switzerland-based Soreon Research estimates that the healthcare market for wearable technology was worth $2 billion in 2014. And with a predicted annual growth rate of 65%, they are forecasting market value to reach $40 billion by 2020.

Big Data IT Support

Big Data is one of the top buzzwords of 2015. But what does it really mean?

Every organisation needs to fully understand Big Data, and how they can use it to improve their business operations.

 intel compute stick procurement

It's a computer that fits in the palm of your hand. The Intel Compute Stick is a self-contained Windows 8.1 desktop PC that's only slightly larger than a USB flash drive. It comes with 2GB of memory, a 1.3GHz Atom Z3735F processor, and 32GB Flash storage. Just plug it into the HDMI port of your monitor or big-screen TV, and off you go!

Graduate Business Development Executive

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Technetics is a multi-award winning IT company who has been recognised as one of the world's top 500 Managed Service Providers for the last two years. Although Technetics is an established market authority they are experiencing another faze of rapid growth and have some exciting openings for motivated individuals to be part of a high achieving team. This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic graduate to kick start their career and progress quickly.

Microsoft announced in March that storage for Australian Business users of Office 365 will now be hosted at Microsoft's local data centres in Melbourne and Sydney. New customers will be automatically provisioned in Australia, and existing customers will be transitioned across.


A revolution has taken place in the computing world over the last few years with the popularisation of cloud computing. Many people are still not fully acquainted with this particular technology, but it is already changing people's lives all over the world. Almost all of us utilize cloud services in some manner or other on a daily basis, given the number of online sites that have been entirely migrated to this data-intensive form of computing.

The Future of Wearables in Business

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It is fair to say that wearable technology has yet to truly take off. With Google having recently shelved its Glass projects due to a lack of consumer interest, the notion of a truly commercially successful wearable device is yet to become a business reality.


Setting up your own server room can be a significant investment in terms of money, time and deployment of human resources. So with this in mind, many organisations decide to outsource this service, in order to enable a business to focus on core competencies. However, when based on individual circumstances this can often be a misguided approach which overlooks some of the major advantages and cost benefits of keeping infrastructure in-house.


Apple has finally unveiled one of the worst kept secrets in the history of consumer electronics, its first smartwatch entitled the Apple Watch. Analysts have been predicting for some time that Apple would release a smartwatch, as the company had already promised in 2014 that it would develop new product lines in an attempt to increase revenue.

Benefits of a Wireless Network

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There are many advantages of transferring your business to a wireless network. This technology can offer companies a huge range of benefits, many of which are often overlooked by the uninitiated. So here are some of the advantages of a wireless network.

How Relevant will Windows 10 be for Business?

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Microsoft may be the world's largest software company, but the last 18 months have been rather difficult for them. Their Xbox One video games console has not been particularly well received, and Windows 8 was not exactly a raging success for the corporation. Hamstrung by its attempts to be all things to all people, Windows 8 failed to deliver the functionality that its core audience required.

When Airline Technology Goes Awry

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The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8th March, 2014 was officially declared an accident by the Malaysian government. While this would have been of little comfort to anyone on board, not to mention the friends and families of those affected by the incident, it does pose an interesting question. How can a modern airliner, given the incredibly sophisticated technology involved with flying and tracking, possibly go missing?


Virtual reality and the concept of exploring worlds which are not 'real' in the sense that we typically understand it, has been a staple of science-fiction for many decades. The work of legendary writer Philip K. Dick was particularly centred around this concept, and spending time in virtual reality has been something that the scientifically-inclined have wanted to do for quite some time.

Is 2015 the year of IoT?

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One of the most prominent buzz terms in Information Technology in recent years has been that of the Internet of Things. Most people are not familiar with this concept yet, unless they specifically work in computing or technology, but the Internet of Things is set to revolutionise the way that people all over the world live their lives in the coming years.

Sony Hacking Scandal

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One of the biggest news stories in the latter stages of 2014 was the Sony Pictures hacking scandal. The story focused around the Sony Pictures movie 'The Interview', with United States federal government officials alleging that North Korea had planned and carried out the attack owing to what is perceived to be material critical of the Korean government in the film.

The Pros and Cons of BYOD

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A new technology which has garnered a significant amount of attention in the last year or so is bring your own device (BYOD). This system which enables employees of a business to utilise their own mobile devices while working on a company's network, not to mention away from the office, is becoming increasingly popular with a wide range of commercial enterprises.

Happy Holidays from Technetics!

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The end of 2014 is quickly approaching, and we're happily closing out another exciting year for business-driven technology at Technetics! Interest in the solutions we provide, including services like Cloud and VOIP, increased quite a bit again this year in line with advancements in the technology. At Technetics Data, because of our continued investment in our onsite Class 100 Clean Room, we were able to increase successful recovery rates on a number of different devices. We had an amazing 2014, and we're incredibly curious to see where things are going!

NBN and its rollout in Australia

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The National Broadband Network (NBN) is intended to deliver a new digital future for Australia and provide a huge amount of economic opportunities for businesses across the country. The NBN is a national wholesale-only, open-access data network which is currently under development. But a raft of issues still remain unresolved with regard to its efficacy.


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Are you doing your last minute shopping for a friend or a family member who's into tech gadgets? Well, it's pretty hard to choose from the selection of cool and powerful devices you can buy this coming Christmas season. To help you out, here are our top gift ideas you can get this yuletide season. Take note of the Ancient Greek lyric poet Pindar when he once said, "every gift which is given, even though is be small, is in reality great, if it is given with affection."

November Featured Product

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HP Slate Pro All-in-One Desktop PC (F7U54AA) (Android OS)



Price $549 Inc. GST. Delivery $20 Melbourne Metro!

Strictly limited stock!


This all-rounder is the ideal device for the office or home entertainment. It runs Android OS and has a compelling new generation of local and cloud-based business apps. If you are looking for the perfect day-to-day assistant this is the PC for you!

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