Security best practice guide for small businesses

November 10th, 2019 - Get new posts sent straight to your inbox, click here.

If you’re running a business, internet security is paramount. Not only do you need to protect your customer’s data (with potentially huge fines if you don’t), but you also need to protect your company’s assets, intellectual property, and trade secrets. Know when you’ve been attacked The first step in in

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How to find the right business internet provider

October 30th, 2019 - Get new posts sent straight to your inbox, click here.

Purchasing an internet plan for your business is a little different to purchasing a plan for your home. You’ll be using the internet for different purposes, and you’ll have different expectations of what it can do. In Australia, there are plenty of small business internet packages available – almost too ma

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The benefits of using two screens at work

October 20th, 2019 - Get new posts sent straight to your inbox, click here. Aaron O'Keeffe

With modern operating systems, it’s easy to create a PC setup that incorporates two (if not three) screens. While there’s an increasing focus on enabling mobile working within organisations, the benefits of a dual-screen setup for work should not be underestimated, and this is something that all organisations s

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The world’s best and worst internet connections: Statistics every international trader should know

October 11th, 2019 - Get new posts sent straight to your inbox, click here. Aaron O'Keeffe

If you’re a business trading internationally, then you need to know the internet speeds your teams have access to. Whether it’s for the purposes of collaboration within your team, or external-facing interactions with customers and clients, the speed of the internet that your international teams work with

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Cloud computing and your internet connection

August 28th, 2019 - Get new posts sent straight to your inbox, click here. Aaron O'Keeffe

Just about everyone – and every business – leverages the cloud in some form now. In fact, we’re getting very close to the cloud dominating everything that we do. By 2020, 83 per cent of all business operations will be done in the cloud. Meanwhile, at home, who still buys physical CDs, DVDs, and even games?

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