Does Your Business Need VoIP?

What is VoIP? VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Essentially, it allows businesses to make calls over the internet, rather than through traditional copper phone lines. This is achieved by the sending and receiving of ‘packets’ of data between two IP connections. To further clarify, if you speak into a VoIP phone, your voice […]

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Office 365 or Microsoft 365: Which Should Your Business Choose?

What is Office 365? Years ago when you purchased software it’d come on a disc drive that needed to be installed to your computer. You might have been able to download a few updates or patches, but if you needed a big upgrade you’d have to buy the next version. Office 365 changed all of […]

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Managed Services

The Evolution of Managed Services

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) have evolved from the traditional ‘break fix’ model of IT servicing that was common in the 90’s, where the more things go wrong, the more profitable an IT support provider could be.

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Cyber security and your SME: What to expect in 2019

We’ve compiled the trends and predictions from some of Australia’s leading cybersecurity experts. There is no question the threat landscape is changing and these consistent, yet contrasting, views are an interesting read.

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ISDN disconnection and what it means to you

ISDN has been a staple for telephone in businesses for many years, but Telstra has announced the cessation of this technology….

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IT security basics for everyday businesses

In our latest paper, ‘IT security basics for everyday businesses’ we demystify IT security and share budget-friendly tips, so you can begin putting basic security measures in place. It’s remarkably easy.

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$5,000 in Azure credits for NFPs

Whilst it’s not new news, many of our discussions with NFP organisations over the past 12 months suggest a clear majority of NFPs are still not making use of the $5,000 (USD) Azure credits they are potentially eligible for.

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