Bullies are notoriously hard to deal with because they don't act rationally or with respect. However, in a workplace setting you can still take charge of the situation by asking them to explain what their issue is.
Last week, NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow took a beating for claiming Australians won't use a gigabit broadband service, even if it was offered for free. He hit back at his detractors with a lengthy opinion piece, explaining his position. We take a look at some of the arguments he made and breakdown why they are flawed.
We're not making light of printer security. We just never imagined Christian Slater would be preaching about it. The veteran actor is the star in HP's new web series, The Wolf, where he goes around hacking printers and other devices in a company, all while talking menacingly about why organisations need secure printers.
So you've run out of patience with your old MacBook Pro, and have now been tempted over to the world of Windows by all the shiny 2-in-1 devices recently announced (or maybe you just prefer Cortana to Siri). How exactly do you get started? And can you really move all of your important files over easily? Here's everything you need to know about switching from Mac to Windows.
I can't fathom the number of quirky tricks Microsoft likely has to employ to make Windows work as well as it does... perhaps even going so far as to skip a version number so the world doesn't explode. Speculation aside, there is one odd behaviour we can put to bed — why do "new" drivers from Microsoft have dates as far back as 2006?
You have a coworker who, to put it diplomatically, has a hard time keeping their leadership tendencies in check. In other words, he treats you like he's the boss. He provides a ton of constructive feedback (even when you didn't ask for it), divides up roles on team projects (giving himself the best one) and quashes any opportunity for others to have a say.