Myths Busted: 6 Myths About The Cloud That Need To Go
There are many myths surrounding the public cloud, find out if your perception is closer to reality, or if you are falling prey to the myths surrounding cloud computing.
Three Things You May Not Know About Microsoft And Security
Alhough Microsoft isn’t normally thought of as a security company, it invests heavily in developing advanced security solutions to protect its customers. Find out how.
Microsoft Teams vs Slack
There are many excellent collaboration tools available today, two of the most popular being Microsoft Teams and Slack. When investing in a new tool for your organisation, you want to be sure of exactly what you are purchasing. Teams and Slack essentially accomplish the same goal; fostering collaboration and engagement in the modern workplace. Therefore, … Continue reading “Microsoft Teams vs Slack”
Cloud Collective Wins At ARN Awards!
We are honoured to announce that we have won an award at the ARN awards for collaboration.
Five Ways Your Team Could Be Putting Your Business’ Security At Risk
Despite best intentions, employees are often an organisation’s weakest link. Find out how your employees could be putting your business’ security at risk.
Charles Dickens and Telstra Vantage…? The Future Belongs to the Skilled
Read John’s very interesting account of days 3 and 4 of Telstra Vantage, and find out how it compares to Charles Dickens.
Telstra Vantage 2019, Partner and Discovery Days: Curating the Future with Telstra
Eric Coffman’s wonderful account of Telstra Vantage days 1 and 2, including the Partner Day and the Discovery Day.
7 Fool-Proof Ways To Avoid Phishing Attacks That You Must Know
No matter how hardened your IT security measures are, your users will always remain the weakest link in the security chain. Take note and share these 7 important ways to avoid phishing attacks.
So you think you’re digitally secure… but have you forgotten something?
It is comforting to believe that all your data and devices are secure and protected, however most of the time this is not the case. Here are the three key areas for you to consider as part of your security strategy in 2019.