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Where Technical and Professional Businesses Find Their Markets

As we approach the latter part of 2013, Australia finds itself with a new government and still dealing with a pronounced hiccup in the supposed "two speed economy". The mineral export driven economic boom that Australia has had in the last few years is undergoing a definite "realignment", and there does not seem to be another industry or sector readily stepping up to take the front running.

What does this mean for small businesses and professionals generally? Possibly that they should be less worried about what industry their work is coming from, and instead concentrate on the mode in which they will deliver their services (explained later).

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By Nick Rossetti, Director at HirePulse on 25 October, 2013

What is Cloud Computing?

The term "cloud computing" has been getting a lot of attention lately. It's been touted as a revolutionary new model of computing that will change the way that businesses and individuals store and serve their important files and engage with products and services online. Many of the behemoths in the computing industry like Amazon, Google and Apple are offering cloud services and betting big on the success of cloud computing, indicating that it is an emerging technology and will play an even larger role in the future. However, the question on most people's minds is what exactly cloud computing means and, more importantly, how it could benefit them and their businesses.

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By Mason Yarrick, Technical Director at HirePulse on 04 September, 2011

Starting Out as an IT Contractor

As an IT contractor the function of your business is fundamentally different to, say, an insurance salesman, a supermarket, or a guy selling fruit and flowers on the side of the road. You don't work the same way. You're akin to a doctor, lawyer or a plumber because you are selling services. But not quite; let's look at a common decision that you'll likely need to make early as an IT consultant.

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By Mason Yarrick, Technical Director at HirePulse on 14 July, 2011

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