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Top 6 easy ways to boost your internet security for free

Keeping yourself secure online can be difficult and expensive challenge. Here are the top 6 ways you can improve your privacy and security without spending a spent! 1. Use a Modern Web-browser There is a lot of debate on which is the best internet browser, however the overwhelming consensus is…

Australia’s New Encryption Laws, common sense or government surveillance?

In December 2018 the ‘Assistance and Access (2018)’ Bill passed through the Senate with public outcry that it erodes the security, privacy and internet freedoms for internet users across the world. The bills primary aim is to force tech giants like Facebook & Google as-well as smaller software developers like…

What Secrets Are You Giving Away With Your Old IT Equipment?

On December 2, 2018, Posted by , In Security, By ,, , With No Comments

What Secrets Are You Giving Away With Your Old IT Equipment? Organisations put considerable resources into buying and installing new equipment, however the often neglected side of the story is what happens old equipment. For some businesses it’s just a matter quickly deleting any sensitive files before throwing it into…

7 devices your probably forgetting to update

On November 7, 2018, Posted by , In Security, By ,,, , With No Comments

7 devices your probably forgetting to update When most organisations think of keeping their infrastructure updated, their response is usually keeping the operating systems of their desktops and servers current, as-well as updating their firewalls firmware on an occasional basis. Very frequently these 7 network devices slip through the gaps…

10 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Asset Registers

Asset registers are often seen as an administrative burden by many, however using them effectively doesn’t have to be chore and can actually make your departments life easier. Here are 10 reasons why your organisation should be using a Asset Register. Everything’s easier when it’s a ID number! From writing…

Windows Lifecycle Support Dates

It can be tough saying goodbye to systems which have served well over the years, however these are the ultimate dates which your organisation should forecasting to have its next solution ready by. Mainstream Support During this period approximately 5 years after release, Microsoft will continue adding new features, provide…

Choosing The Right Business Laptop

On October 9, 2018, Posted by , In Hardware, By ,,,,,, , With No Comments

Buying laptops can be tricky, especially as the market is seemingly saturated with hundreds of varieties with very similar specifications. This article will help teach you what features and qualities to look for when choosing your next business laptop. There is no one ‘best laptop’, all manufacturers optimise their product…

Your guide to the NBN

Your guide to the NBN Hearing that ‘NBN is now available in your area’ is like a double-edged sword. It may be fantastic if your on a lesser service but at the same time are bracing and expecting to get mucked around. The reality is the NBN in recent years  has…

Is your business VoIP Ready?

On June 21, 2018, Posted by , In General, By ,,,,,, , With No Comments

VoIP is the all the rage, and it doesn’t mean you need to compromise on poor call quality and awkward hard to use software phones. Traditional phone services work by delivering voice signals over dedicated copper lines from your telcos exchange to either individual handsets or a PABX. Thanks to…

Essential questions to ask your web developer

On June 5, 2018, Posted by , In General,Tips and Tricks, By ,, , With No Comments

Building a website and finding a web developer can be intimidating process. Here are some essential questions you should be asking you prospective web developer before starting a job In what country will the website be hosted and will it be hosted in a professional data-centre? Websites can be hosted…