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Nigel Bowen

Nigel Bowen

Nigel Bowen is an accomplished, Sydney-based journalist and content marketing copy provider. He writes on a wide range of topics but particularly enjoys writing about business, especially telling the stories of entrepreneurs. His work has appeared in GQ, The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Canberra Times. He has provided content marketing material to multinationals, such as American Express, General Electric, Lenovo, Rabobank, Singtel, Thomson Reuters, and Yahoo, as well as large Australian corporations and government departments.

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07/01/2019 | 5 Minute Read

Standardise your device fleet with an IT environment assessment

Conducting an IT environment assessment and standardising IT infrastructure makes the task of ensuring organisational cybersecurity much easier.


18/09/2018 | 3 Minute Read

Avoid an eco-catastrophe with sustainable technology

Sustainable technology is the next big thing. Here are some of the more inspiring examples of it in Australia and New Zealand.

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14/08/2018 | 4 Minute Read

Ban the Bag: Learn how your business can be more sustainable

The total victory of the "Ban the Bag" campaign in this part of the world suggests it's time IT helped turn the tide when it comes to sustainability.


07/08/2018 | 3 Minute Read

Australia shines a spotlight on renewable energy

What's the current state of sustainability in Australia? Find out here and learn how businesses are taking on renewable energy in today's climate.

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16/07/2018 | 4 Minute Read

A quick guide to achieve perfect print security

With cybersecurity threats multiplying, print security is more important than ever. Here's how to lock down your print environment in a few quick steps.


28/06/2018 | 5 Minute Read

How to ensure data integrity in the My Health Record era

With Australians embracing the My Health Record system, data integrity and security have become more pressing concerns. Here's what IT can do.