Carlo Minassian

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From zero to entrepreneur hero in six steps 

As I started building my new cybersecurity company, through staff hires and client and vendor engagement, there was one question I was asked repeatedly: “Carlo,...

To succeed, you’ll have to reject customers that aren’t the right fit for your business

I want to talk to you about why it’s sometimes far more important to reject a potential customer or client than to say 'yes'. ...

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Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winners 2020: full list

The Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list recognises Australia's fastest growing tech companies. This year, the Fast 50 had an average growth of...

How to get your small business started online

2020 changed the way Australians live, work, and shop like never before. The COVID-19 restrictions encouraged many people once resistant to buying...

The business case for stricter data practices: Why businesses aren’t waiting for the rules to change

Consumer data privacy continues to be a hotly debated topic; especially in countries like Australia where we are yet to introduce updated...

Growing complexity in cloud architecture increases vulnerability to ransomware attacks, research says

As the need for multi-cloud adoption has increased with remote working, businesses have become more vulnerable to ransomware attacks.

2020 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia awards: winners announced

Half Dome, a Victorian media buying agency seeking to shake up the advertising sector, was today announced as the overall winner of...

Meet the Aussie fintech founder who has grown his business by 4000% in 12 months

“The reality is, if you make it easy for people to buy things, more people will buy things.” Those...

How the disposable nature of tech is putting your businesses data at risk

It has become common practice for people to chase the latest technology trends. As tech becomes part of our everyday life, the...

Three ways small businesses can combat remote work obstacles

Since COVID-19, companies such as Twitter, Atlassian, Slack and Facebook have made headlines for letting their staff work remotely "forever." So far,...