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  • August 18 2016 Are your employees making these document security mistakes?

    Document security is vital for any business. Errors in this area can lead to consequences like client confidentiality being broken or even identity theft. You might understand the importance of document security measures, but are your employees taking the same precautions? Below are some basic document security mistakes that even the most loyal employees make. Read More…

  • August 17 2016 How poor security could cost your business

    Does you business have a spare $2.82 million? That’s how much you can expect to pay, on average, if your organisation falls victim to a data breach in Australia. Poor security is one sure-fire way to send your organisation into the red – or at least to the bank manager for a loan. Research by Ponemon Read More…

  • July 21 2016 The Pokémon Go craze: a security risk for SMEs?

    Forget politics – the biggest talking point in Australia right now is Pokémon Go.  The wildly popular mobile game has seen legions of gamers, including working-age adults, take to the streets to capture virtual monsters.  An IT security company told Dynamic Business that if gamers aren’t careful they could fall prey to malware and hackers Read More…

  • July 19 2016 Canon reveals new office automation devices

    Canon Australia is releasing a new range of office automation devices it says will drive the digital transformation of businesses while boosting organisational efficiency.    Available from 1 August, Canon’s next-gen imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i Series consists of four colour A3 multifunctional devices: the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5535i, C5540i, C5550i, and C5560i. According to Canon, the devices Read More…

  • March 31 2016 Containerisation: A strategic approach to BYOD

    A few years ago, companies provided employees with mobile devices for official use so that they could monitor and control any sensitive company information or data that might have been stored on these devices. The company managed every aspect of the mobile device and the information stored on it.  Times have changed. Not only have Read More…

  • March 10 2016 Top 10 tips for working smarter with technology

    Fifteen years ago we were promised a more productive future, where technology was going to transform how we worked and make life easier for all. Is anyone feeling this yet? Probably not. In fact, most of today’s knowledge workers would say that they are busier, working longer hours and are more overwhelmed and stressed. What Read More…

  • November 25 2015 SMBs and the need to invest in mobility

    ‘Mobility’ has been finding its way into companies both large and small since the 90’s, but the proliferation of smartphones and tablets has accelerated the adaptation of mobility features and services and has become a necessity for a business that wishes to remain competitive and productive. The definition of business mobility is constantly evolving as Read More…

  • November 11 2015 Are we living in the golden age of technology for SMBs?

    Mobility’s shift towards the enterprise is accelerating, especially in light of recent hardware announcements from the world’s major device makers. Apple, for example, unveiled the iPad Pro last month, a bigger version of the iPad complemented by a stylus and a keyboard, all in the name of improved productivity for professionals on the go. Google Read More…

  • October 8 2015 The rise of visual hackers: Are you vulnerable?

    We have all heard of ‘hacking’, but what about ‘visual hacking’? When we think of hackers we imagine a web savvy individual, breaking passwords and firewalls to glean confidential personal and business information. But for the eagle-eyed there’s already a wealth of data up for grabs in the public arena thanks to our increasing use Read More…

  • October 7 2015 Flexible working arrangements: It’s a balancing act

    Equipped with the company laptop, wifi dongle and remote network access – working from home (WFH) was once considered a special arrangement of convenience or necessity. Now, we are no longer at the mercy of the IT department’s bureaucracy with a handful of accessible technologies we treat as a given. Comprised of home wifi, laptops, Read More…

  • October 1 2015 Sydney soon to open first Microsoft flagship store alongside New York

    After 6 years in the making, Microsoft has confirmed the opening date of its first flagship stores in Sydney and New York. The Sydney store, opening on November 12th, will be located at Westfield on Pitt Street Mall giving customers and business the opportunity to experience the latest technology from Microsoft and its partners. Some of the Read More…

  • September 24 2015 Apple cleans up after largest attack on App Store in China

    In its first large-scale attack on its App Store, Apple is taking steps to remove malicious codes added to iPhone and iPad programs commonly used in China. A number of cyber security firms reported finding a malicious program dubbed XcodeGhost embedded in hundreds of Apps available on the App Store. It is understood that the Read More…

  • September 24 2015 New app allows business owners to take payments on their wrist

    The payment platform, eWAY, that powers over 20,000 online businesses and processes over one quarter of all the online spend in Australia will now enable business owners and sales people to take payments from their wrist. Paving the way with mobile payment innovation, eWay has developed a new app for the Apple Watch that enables Read More…

  • September 21 2015 Roasted by numbers

    Black Velvet is a Melbourne based boutique roastery and espresso bar that supplies quality beans to cafes and home baristas alike. Their second store based in the Galleria on Bourke St, which opened two months ago is already doing a roaring trade with thanks to the teams’ refocus on data and analytics to power and Read More…

  • September 16 2015 Comparing apples to oranges

    At Heal.Thy Self Co. in Melbourne’s Yarraville neighbourhood owners Electra Tomasino and Dylan Davies believe that people thrive when they consume a diet based on whole foods straight from the earth. Her store offers plant-based, free range, organic, ethical and sustainable produce and can cater to almost anyone with wide-dietary requirements. “We’re focused on seasonal produce Read More…