Why Microsoft 365 Backup and Recovery is Important

What happens if your team can’t access important business files? The impact of data loss is disruptive at best and devastating at worst. While many businesses associate data loss with ...
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How to Spot a Dodgy Website

As anyone with a mobile phone in Australia knows, scams are on the rise. Whether it’s “mum” asking you send through a couple hundred bucks on loan for groceries, or ...
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Why You Should Use Microsoft Office Cloud Signatures

As businesses return from their holiday breaks, email signatures are slowly being edited to remove end-of-year sales, holiday period information, and festive additions.   Many of these businesses are unaware that ...
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Chrome Coming to End of Life for Windows 7 & 8

Late last year, Google announced that Chrome will no longer be supported on Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1.   Their newest version of Chrome (Chrome 110) is set to be released ...
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Why You Should Keep Outlook’s New External Email Warning Tag

We’ve recently had several clients come to us asking to remove the external email warning tag on their business’ Microsoft Outlook.   Our guidance, however, is that tag should be kept ...
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BitLocker Encryption Explained

Data security and disaster protection is a major concern for any modern business, given that the average cost of a data breach being roughly AU $3.35 million per breach.   Keeping ...
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Configure MFA for m365

If you need help setting up Multifactor Authentication (MFA) for your Office 365 Account – This guide will walk you through the process. Please note: Multifactor will need to be ...
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Cord Wars: Docking Stations vs USB-C Monitors

A survey by the ABS in February of 2021 showed that two in five people (41%) worked from home at least once a week, compared with 24% before March 2020. This trend isn’t necessarily a bad thing; a 2019 study ...
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Whitebox computers – are they worth it?

One of our clients recently brought in a computer that they had purchased for gaming. What he initially thought was a great deal on a computer custom-built for his hobby, turned out to be the start of an ongoing saga ...
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