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Australian SMBs Severely Affected by Ransomware Forcing 1 in 5 to Close

Australian SMBs Severely Affected by Ransomware Forcing 1 in 5 to Close

Ransomware attacks have caused business interruption and other lingering damage to Australian small- and medium-sized business, enough damage that 22 percent have been forced to close after an attack. Ransomware attacks have paralysed business operations so much so that new research has reported that 31 percent of organisations have yet to determine how they were […]

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What Are the Chief Benefits of Cloud Computing?

What Are the Chief Benefits of Cloud Computing?

Chances are, you already use cloud computing in your personal life with applications such as Facebook, Gmail, and Dropbox. But what about your business? According to a recent study, 31% of companies still don’t use cloud computing to organize and operate their business. Although some of these companies stated they plan to implement cloud computing at some […]

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Teams or Slack: Why Organisations Use One or Both

Teams or Slack: Why Organisations Use One or Both

Microsoft Teams and Slack are both team collaboration applications with large percentages of the market. Both apps have their adherents, but what’s most interesting about them, is that many companies use both of them in tandem. Mio, an Austin, Texas-based startup that sells software to enable communication between different messaging tools, polled 200 IT decision-makers at organisations ranging […]

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What Is Managed IT Services & Who Provides Services

What Is Managed IT Services & Who Provides Services

As managed IT services have grown in popularity, you’ve probably heard the concept touted often as the answer to your business’s IT woes. Still, there can be plenty of mystery on the topic. What is managed IT services, exactly? How do organizations integrate managed IT services into their existing business and workflows? Also, who provides […]

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What Is NDB Scheme?

What Is NDB Scheme?

The NDB scheme, or Notifiable Data Breach scheme, is a requirement that was developed by the Australian government for all agencies and organisations regulated under the Privacy Act 1988. These entities are required to notify affected individuals and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) when a data breach is likely to result in serious […]

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What Changes Can We Expect From New Apple Software?

What Changes Can We Expect From New Apple Software?

The 2019 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in California has come to a close, and we’ve learned everything there is to know about the new software updates to expect from one of our favorite technology companies. Say goodbye to the iTunes app. If you’ve ever been frustrated by iTunes’ inability to successfully organise your music, television […]

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Your Windows 7 Checklist

Your Windows 7 Checklist

When you’re working hard to grow your business, you can get caught up in things that take your attention away from your technology. Before you know it, your IT system isn’t up to speed because you failed to update an operating system. We don’t want this to happen. This is why we’ve provided a checklist […]

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Important Warning From The FBI

Important Warning From The FBI

Hackers Now Using HTTPS To Trick Victims Via Phishing Scams Everything you’ve heard about the safety of https sites is now in question. According to a recent FBI public service announcement, hackers are incorporating website certificates (third-party verification that a site is secure) when sending potential victims phishing emails that imitate trustworthy companies or email contacts. […]

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