Work From Home

Aussie businesses are increasingly adopting more flexible work arrangements allowing staff the freedom to work remotely while freelancers, sole traders and micro businesses often depend on a good home office. Are you making the most of the latest technology to work at home more effectively?

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Welcome to the remote-controlled restaurant

Smartphone technology means a Sydney harbourside eatery can be successfully managed from a beach in Broome. Now that’s bi-coastal!

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How to make the beach (or the outdoors) your mobile office

When the weather is fine this summer, there’s no need to be stuck inside. Here are five pieces of technology that’ll help you be productive while you soak up the sun in your ou...

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The Smarter debate: Does telecommuting and remote working mean the end of the office?

Is bringing your employees together in an office redundant when we can work from just about anywhere, or is there still a place for the traditional office structure in the modern world? Two Smarter writers tackle the...

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Welcome to the remote-controlled restaurant

Smartphone technology means a Sydney harbourside eatery can be successfully managed from a beach in Broome. Now that’s bi-coastal!

A young man working on a laptop at the beach
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How to make the beach (or the outdoors) your mobile office

When the weather is fine this summer, there’s no need to be stuck inside. Here are five pieces of technology that’ll help you be productive while you soak up the sun in your ou...

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Sydney's best coworking spaces: Working outside the square

Sydney’s reputation has always been heralded as “business HQ” for many top companies, so why not extend your network and branch out of your home to venture into a coworking spa...

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The perfect home office: What you need to know

Follow our strategies for setting up a home office where you can get things done and stay productive.

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How to make the world your workplace

How a new wave of young professionals are finding a way to live and work from every continent of the world.

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How to Automate Your Home Office

These four devices could sweep your home office toward the long-promised automation revolution.

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Should you let your employees work from home?

Telecommuting is becoming commonplace, but can it work for small business? Serial entrepreneur and editor-in-chief of The Collective, Lisa Messenger, examines the pros and cons...

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Make working from home work for you

Turn your home office into a productive money-making hub. It’s time to dress the part, invest in some good technology and achieve a real work/life balance.

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Brisbane's best co-working spaces: Working outside the square

Centrally located coworking hubs are becoming the first choice for budding entrepreneurs and freelancers keen to spread their wings (and increase their networking opportunities...

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Melbourne's best co-working spaces: Working outside the square

Cubicles, permanent desks and fluorescent lighting are SO passé. Instead, innovative entrepreneurs and freelancers are finding flexibility and success in Melbourne’s new crop o...

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Working From Home Won't Go Out Of Fashion: Intel Security 2025 Report

Tighten your trackie-daks home workers; the Intel Security 2025 report suggests that nearly half surveyed liked the idea of working virtually.