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Stuart Reynolds

Stuart Reynolds, Partner at

At Fullstack we use Asana, and we find it the best for our team because of a few things:
As you mentioned in your question, there are quite a few available options these days! As with anything, the best starting point is being clear about your criteria. A good foundation would be to consider your required ...  Continue Reading
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Ourbodycorp

Ourbodycorp at

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Steven Freeman added an answer to this question
Steven Freeman

Steven Freeman at

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Zoho is a good middle of the road CRM which can do a lot out of the box reliabily. Pipedrive CRM is sales focused, so lacks many other core features your will expect and need from a CRM. Sugar CRM is excellent if you have lot of development capability as you can built in just about any complex or unique ...  Continue Reading
Brad Lyons added an answer to this question
Brad Lyons

Brad Lyons, Consultant at

Vtiger.com. Cheaper, better.

There are heaps of programs out there. Some free others for a fee. It really comes down to what your business does and what else you use. I use vtiger for some companies and custom software for others. 

I also use Hipchat to connect them together and have alerts. IFTTT is good for connecting different products. Really comes down to what your business needs.

Hamish Anderson added an answer to this question
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Hamish Anderson

Hamish Anderson, Founder and Director at Mesh Consulting

Hey Tania,
There are many different options out there, some of which are going to be more or less appropriate for you depending on your budget or the CMS you use.
A good solution for the dynamic content, Sales funnel, nurturing component of your question is Wishpond. Easy to use, powerful and good price ...  Continue Reading
Hamish Anderson

, Founder and Director at Mesh Consulting

By the way, sorry neither are open source, I have not come across a good one yet.

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Philip Brookes

Philip Brookes, Director at

I use a 13" MacBook Air and I *love* it's battery life, light weight, and robust construction. I travel a lot, and when a carry-on bag is limited to 7kg every gram counts. When I'm at my desk, I have it hooked up to a 24" external screen, position it on a stand, and use a wireless Apple keyboard plus ...  Continue Reading
Steven Freeman

, at

Agreed having the fastest SSD as your primary drive helps make things fly.

Scott Yang added an answer to this question
Scott Yang

Scott Yang, Founder at OzBargain.com.au

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Yes git for both development and deployment. We also use Trac + git integration for bug tracking / project planning, and Sentry for off-site error logging.

James Hanford

, at Kmart Australia

Thanks for the links, I'll checkout those projects and see if I can find uses for them. Have you ever considered using angular (https://angularjs.org/) to give ozbargain a more webapp feel.

Andrew Egan added an answer to this question
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Andrew Egan

Andrew Egan, Director & IT Specialist at

I'm an IT provider, so I'm across open source on at least a general level. I do have a linux server that's used for web development test site.
I've got a client who has a linux-based file server and a separate linux proxy. It was already in place when I took over 2 years ago, but it's going strong and ...  Continue Reading
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Cassidy Poon

Cassidy Poon, Head of Digital & Social Media at LogicalTech Group

Is DropBox Safe and Secure? How Secure is DropBox? Well, security issues with Dropbox is a major concern. Nearly two-thirds of those that move sensitive data to the cloud regard their service providers as being primarily responsible for protecting that data, even though a similar number have little or ...  Continue Reading