COVID-19 has changed the way we work now and into the future, the Remote worker is here to stay. What does this mean for businesses from a technology viewpoint?
Whether you’re a start-up, a local, medium-sized business or a global corporation, you probably depend on applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel. Today’s work environment requires employees and businesses to be more collaborative and to be able to work on documents, files remotely, on multiple devices and at various times of the day.
The Cloud explained Why Migrate? Data stored in the cloud refers to data that’s saved on remote servers in data centres rather than in-house servers or your computer’s hard drive. You can use the internet to access applications and data stored on remote servers, which is widely known as cloud computing. Because information is stored remotely, you can access it using any device with an internet connection
From the 14th January 2020, Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 will be ending. This means that, from this date onwards Microsoft will no longer be issuing security updates, patches or providing technical support for devices that are running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2, Exchange Server 2010 and Small Business Server (SBS) 2011.
Simply put is your business ready to connect to the nbn™ access network?The network is rolling out across Australia and it is important for a business to be prepared for the transition so that the risk of disruption is minimised by the disconnection of your existing landline infrastructure.
Protect your Business. If you own or manage a business, the significant challenge facing you is prevention of cyber incidents or data breaches from malicious attacks
Passwords are the first line of defence to the valuable information on your computers and electronic devices. It makes sense to be vigilant and ensure that you have the right practices in relation to password creation and management.