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Data Privacy Laws: Protect Your Business and Customers

Not a month goes by without the clear and present danger of another cyberattack on an Australian business. In the last few weeks, millions of Australians have had their data stolen by hackers attacking Latitude Financial.  Many Aussies would be surprised to learn that Latitude Financial held sensitive documents dating as far back as 2005 from the previous owner, GE Capital Finance.  Simple, interest-free purchases made at The Good Guys or JB Hi-Fi have now ...

Future Tech Revealed: What’s New at CES 2023?

A quick peek around your home office will uncover a range of gadgets and tech purchases made over the last few years. When we were all stuck at home, you may have invested in new Apple AirPods, upgraded your TV or finally set up your desk with a second monitor to avoid hunching over and squinting at your tiny laptop screen. Perhaps you even put a TV in your home office to watch the footy ...

These Data Privacy Trends Will Impact Your Business

You know what it's like when you have a new neighbour move in.  Questions you ask yourself. Do they have young kids? Any pets? Will you all get along? And like most people, you want to respect each other's right to privacy. But if you live in the outskirts of Melbourne, that can be easier said than done. With Melbourne's rapidly growing population and housing estates bursting at the seams, land availability continues to be ...
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Is a Technology Infrastructure Review on your Santa List this Christmas?

“Um…well…that’s interesting. The room falls silent. Shock. Did that happen? You thought it was the most wonderful time of the year. Or it was when you walked into the room. But there is always one joker in your team that thinks their gift is hilarious.  While everyone around you is opening up thoughtful gifts like the latest Jamie Oliver cookbook… a pair of scotch glasses, or some Happy Socks…. you're staring at some tea towels. ...
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What is an MSP? And what to look for when choosing one.

Managed Services Provider (MSP) (Dry and dull) definition of an MSP OK, let's start with the textbook definition of an MSP, thanks to Gartner. A managed service provider (MSP) delivers services, such as network, application, infrastructure and security, via ongoing and regular support and active administration on customers’ premises, in their MSP’s data center (hosting), or in a third-party data center. What is an MSP in English? An MSP will manage and maintain your IT ...
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5 Crucial Digital Workplace Mistakes You Need To Know

Finding a seat on the 7.19 am city loop service to Ringwood seems to be a distant memory for most workers.  Once, you struggled to find car parking at the station.  And hurried towards the platform.  Hoping the heavens didn't open on you in your suit. Of course, if you did find a seat, you'd share the next hour in the packed carriage as the train lurched towards the city.  You would wrestle to open ...

How Often Do You Need to Train staff on Cybersecurity Awareness?

Phishing training is a critical component of cybersecurity awareness in businesses across Melbourne. But the following scenario is unfortunately all too common. Your staff have completed their annual phishing training, which teaches employees how to spot phishing emails. As a result, you're feeling good about it and expect your people to be extra vigilant. That is until about 5-6 months later… when your company suffers a costly ransomware infection due to an errant click on ...