If people are the heart of your business, then it could be said that technology is its central nervous system, responsible for relaying information, making connections and ensuring every area is able to function.
Traditional business wisdom says that, while necessary, growth from a small to a mid-sized business can be perilous. The challenges of changing culture and mindset are often immense.
When we’re talking with customers, security inevitably makes it into the conversation. Rightly so. IT is at the core of almost all business activities, and security breaches are costly, both in dollars and in reputation.
AGL Energy (AGL) is warning people of an AGL branded email scam which contains malicious malware that has potential to access personal information.
It’s no secret that the adoption rate of cloud is massive. Recent research found that more than ninety per cent of companies admit using some cloud services.
Email overload is a major issue for a lot of busy professionals, with the average employee spending up to a quarter of their day reading and replying to messages. Although it may feel productive, some days it seems that the more emails we clear, the quicker the new messages arrive.
Be aware of a hoax email posing as a very accurate representation of a BigPond Movies Receipt.
Disrupting productivity and costing companies millions, some of the most devastating viruses have caused such wide spread damage, you almost have to wonder how vulnerable we really are.
In many ways, it used to be much simpler. Employees would use the desktops provided for them, at their assigned desks, during business hours. Their technology experience was contained and controlled by the IT department.
Much has been written about the Internet of Things (IoT) since the phrase was coined, as long ago as 1999, by a rather forward-thinking Brit, Kevin Ashton. Most reports centre on specific (and rather futuristic) applications.