Four Critical Path Errors That Can Bring Your IT Project To A Halt

Critical path analysis is one of the most common techniques that IT project managers use. By using procurement software to create a work breakdown structure (WBS) of all the tasks required, the project manager is able to work out the total time it will take to deliver the client's requirements, accounting for all the dependencies and constraints that exist between tasks. Critical path analysis is an essential part of the project workflow planning process, and a lot of IT projects fail because of fundamental errors in this process. Read More 

Hydraulic Ute Cranes Give A Lift To Farm Work

Why struggle with those backbreaking tasks around the farm when you can utilise the power of a crane to do all your heavy lifting? Simply mount one of these small, but powerful machines on to the back of your farm ute and your life will be so much easier. Here's what you need to know about hydraulic ute cranes and why they are an invaluable tool for farmers. Ute Crane Basics Read More 

Business Above The Clouds: How To Make Aerial Photography Profitable For You

Photographers tend to be a passionate bunch. If there is a way to take your hobby and turn it into a business, it is guaranteed to be one job that will be loved each day rather than a chore. Many photographers choose to do family portraits or weddings as their business model, but why not take your skills one step further and head into the clouds? Here are a few pointers you should know if you are considering aerial photography as your business passion. Read More 

Six Tips For Reducing Cooling Costs For Your Business

If you own a business, you have to watch every cent, and that sense of diligence should extend to all of your business expenses from payroll to office supplies to cooling costs. Luckily, regardless of which type of business you own, there are a number of strategies you can employ to save on your cooling costs. Here are six ideas to get you started: 1. Turn Up Your Thermostat According to the Sydney Morning Herald, cooling your office by a single extra degree can increase your cooling bill by 10 percent. Read More 

The Basics Of Oregon Timber And Its Uses

Oregon timber, also known as Douglas fir, is a North American import that has caught on throughout Australia. It is such a versatile wood that these trees are now being grown in-country to supplement the imported product. The following describes this fragrant tree and its various uses. About The Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziedii) The name says Oregon, but the coastal Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziedii) is found along the Pacific Northwest coast from Northern California all the way up into Canada. Read More