Managing Director

Christopher James is a father of one and engaged to be married to a lovely lady in the near future. Having lived in a semi rural area with his parents and sister Maryanne, he is fond of a simpler time where he could spend all his time in the great outdoors, exploring and playing in the bush. These days, things are a bit more fast-paced for him. Chris now runs the Brisbane North self storage facility for Supercheap Storage and he’s determined to make a name for himself in Queensland! Graduating from the Southern Cross University with a Bachelors of Business in Accounting and Finance & Banking, Chris started off in an Accounting practice, he wanted to find something a little bit more exciting and rewarding and found himself looking at a franchise in the self storage industry. Supercheap Storage works on the premise of bringing convenient self storage services to its customers, and to do that, they’ve come up with an amazing design of portable self storage units which can be transported directly from the warehouses to their customers’ homes or offices very easily. This reduces the need for any secondary methods of transportation and helps their customers to save a lot of money when it comes to the expenses of moving, loading and unloading! With 2 affordable packages (Premium and Standard), customers also have the option of choosing how much help they need on moving day. Depending on which service they choose, our team will be ready to show up at your doorstep and help you as you require. The Premium service offers you strong men to carry things into the storage unit, and the Standard service gives you free reign to pack things up once the storage unit has reached your home or office. Falling in love with the portable model of self storage, Chris has set out to make sure that more people know all about what Supercheap Storage can do for them and we’re looking forward to seeing him achieve more things in Brisbane North in the near future!


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    • I have not thought about this before, but now that it's been brought up, I reckon that the memory capacities would greatly affect the efficiency of all IoT systems. I mean, it's going to be a lot of information flying around, it's got to be able to go into storage SOMEWHERE! I'm sure that we'll start to see a whole different set of rules for security surrounding such data storage in systems like this moving forward now!

    • It is interesting to learn of different terms understood by different industries. Though the entire classification could be just within a single notion, the broader understanding seems quite vague and explorable. In the future, the varying industries could perhaps gather facts from one another to see which ones best suit their respective industrial needs.

    • I wouldn't be surprised if one day I were to be woken up by a robot standing next to me as opposed to an alarm clock that I currently use. This is how advanced I believe technology has gotten so far. It sounds really exciting but worrying at the same time. It gets me thinking of how the work sector would be like in several years from now.

    • In view of the recent spike in data breaches over various platforms, security has emerged as the topmost priority for tech users. This is an obvious need for major improvements in this sector to re-build the trust back up. Tech giants can kiss their loyal customers goodbye if there isn't any progress made on their side to give users the absolute confidence they need before using a certain product or service.

    • I have seen a friend of mine using his facial recognition system on his cell. Sadly, it does not work most of the time and he has to manually enter his keyword each time. With this proximity sensor, it would allow a huge amount of convenience at unlocking a device to save time especially during work.

    • I wonder just what kind of capabilities a gyroscope of this nature would be able to provide to its host device. I reckon that everything these days requires some degree of control from the user, but it's technologies like this that are trying to set up devices to be more autonomous. It seems like it's only a matter of time before we have invented enough of these sensors and readers to truly create something that can stand alone and operate on its own!

    • Sensors need to absolutely be improved especially in recognition systems. Users have raised several concerns in this area which were made to sound like they are actually more of a burden than a convenience to users. When proximity and detection can be upgraded, then only would users be more keen on continuing usage for long term.

    • The automated industry is bound to have issues arising out of nowhere from time to time due to various inconsistencies that are inevitable. Unfortunately, there can never be a definite guarantee that manufacturers can put onto this sector despite increasing improvements from time to time. Hopefully with more tech advances made available to date, eventually we will be able to salvage this shortfall.

    • As we evolve alongside a modernising era, we need to know that our spiking demand can always be fulfilled in terms of technological needs. The hefty investment to be channelled to upgrading the tech architecture makes it a promise to ensure that improvements are indeed on the right path. In due time, changes are what end users will be anticipating.

    • Saying that all of these mobile networks are safe… That's just going to start calling attention to the security isn't it. The minute you release a statement like that, people are going to come in the droves to see just how secure you say that are. I really won't be surprised if you start to see a lot more hackers and attacks start hitting the networks now that you're out there saying that you've got a handle on all the information that's flying around the system...

    • The robots have to start somewhere I think. In the facilities, they have to start with the small responsibilities and the programmers have to make sure that even that is being handled well before they can start assigning the bigger tasks and jobs to the machines right? Little by little, one step at a time!

    • It's good to see that smart watch tech is starting to look more aesthetic. I keep having this vision in my eye that everything has to look like a portable computer on your wrist but I'm glad to see that the watches are really starting to look more like timepieces, especially with the kinds of prices that we're paying for that kind of wearable tech unit!

    • The EV market is growing as we speak but limitations still persist to exist. We need to address one issue at a time and producing a new EV battery would help resolve one portion of the problem gradually. In due time, most of the issues will be tackled which is essential in developing the industry further to suit different demand.

    • Wall warts scare me more than obvious external fires that can be easily extinguished. It does not matter even if you are well-prepared or even trained to put out fires, but if you cannot find where the source of that burnt smell is, then you are no good. Luckily you sniffed the odour early and decided to call the despatch truck in. If nobody was at home and the problem persisted for awhile, things could have gotten much worst.

    • It does seem complicated but I bet someone with so much experience in this field would find this stack setup pretty easy to manage. It obviously requires so much time learning the ups and downs of the whole system in order to grasp just the basics of this whole entry. For amateurs like myself who are interested to learn more but need sometime to comprehend the topic would definitely find this overwhelming. Thanks for sharing and I hope in time I would find this subject much easier to maneuver around with for my own good.

    • This explains clearly as to why we need to know exactly what our storage needs are. We cannot simply pick one solution and expect it to work the way we would like it to. At times, it does not serve the purpose that we thought it might be able to and things could turn out differently as we had initially planned out. This could incur unnecessary costs down the road and we would also have to take on the risks of losing data. Operations could then get disrupted along the way and it all could have been avoided in the first place if we had understood the difference storage methods carefully.

    • Every technological advance needs their own advancement regardless of the scale of the upgrade that is necessary. Whether it is to improve the quality or just to create a better platform in overall, in time it would all become a necessity. No developments would come through if the whole environment is simply stagnant for a prolonged period of time. They have to see initiatives being brought up some time during its running.

    • It is the investment that every company would need to make in order to ensure every single one of their business processes get executed according to plan. They cannot not put in the investment just to save costs and labour because at the end of the day, it is their operations that they are going to jeopardize if that step is not taken. Everything needs to be planned out carefully if they want their business to remain in operation for long.

    • These are rules that are needed to be learnt even in basic programming. There really isn't a simpler way out to do things and if you have been doing it the same way everyday for quite some time now, you will find that it is not that hard after all. You just need to grasp the whole concept as you go along and you will get used to it. It is usually tough during the initial phase but down the road, it gets much easier.

    • It is common for us users to take things for granted. We do not really bother about what truly goes behind the scene. As long as we get high speed service, we would truly appreciate it. Only when something unwanted happens like downtime or service disruptions, then only would we all be highly concerned. Consumers are basically complacent until something wrong were to hit us.

    • Now that this chip is able to support the latest specs, it will not be difficult anymore for new systems to incorporate the transceiver. It could have taken much longer if the latest specs have not been supported. When everything is well set up, work can resume at a much quicker rate. This is what corporations would appreciate especially during a transition period that should not take longer than planned.

    • If it is indeed necessary for your system to go random to avoid packet collisions, then it needs to be implemented as such. There could be subsequent problems if the initial phase is not well taken care of. If it starts with a smooth process, then the following activities that follow through would normally fall into place. A strict beginning needs to be set up to ensure the whole process does not get flawed and cause problems.

    • It is about time that more companies come forward to do their bit for the environment. First, they can eliminate the leadframes. Next, they need to come up with new strategies to be more environmentally-friendly wherever possible. Despite the changes that need to be done which would most certainly incur costs, it is for a good cause and they need to somehow make sure that they adopt the new process.