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Microsoft Teams Releases Game-Changing Feature

Microsoft Teams is a hub where a team or group of colleagues can find both the tools and content they need to get a collaborative task done. One of its key features that currently sets it apart from its competitors is that it lets users share and view documents created in Office 365 applications such […]

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Mandatory Data Breach Reporting for Small Business

For many small business owners, reporting a data breach can be the last thing on their mind. However, new laws that have recently come into effect mean that non-disclosure of any data breach can result in crippling fines for these businesses. What is a Data Breach? A data breach occurs when personal information that an […]

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Multi-Factor Authentication for Microsoft Office 365

Multi-Factor Authentication is a way to authenticate user sign-ins by adding an additional layer of security to a standard username and password login. By adding this additional layer, users can be safeguarded against potential database attacks. If an attacker manages to obtain user passwords, they are useless unless the attacker also has access to the […]

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End of Life for Malware Bytes

MalwareBytes AntiMalware for Business is now end of life. As a result, we are removing this system from our toolset. We are strengthening our relationship with Webroot which provides best in class antivirus, anti-malware, anti-ransomware, anti-phishing, and zero-day threat protection to keep your network safe. Please email any queries through to: support@itconsultants.com.au

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Bitcoin Boom

It’s an exciting time in the world of cryptocurrency, as Bitcoin continues to skyrocket. As of the writing of this article, a single Bitcoin is valued at $22,414.02 AUD. Despite the enormous value of a bitcoin, it’s important to remember that Bitcoins are divisible down to 8 decimal places, making the purchase of Bitcoin Fractions […]

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The New "Bad Rabbit" Global Ransomware Attack

Earlier this year, two large-scale ransomware attacks,WannaCry and Petya, wreaked havoc around the world. Making headlines this week, is the emergence of a new dangerous ransomware, dubbed ‘Bad Rabbit’, a suspected variant of the Petya attack. With several Russian media outlets and Ukraine’s Odessa International Airport infected first, the malware has now reached the US, Germany and Turkey. As […]

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Here’s Everything We Know About the iPhone X

The highly anticipated iPhone X has been labelled a ‘game-changing’ device after a massive information leak earlier this year.  Commemorating the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, Apple announced iPhone X pre-orders will be available from October 27th, and shipping to begin on November 3rd. The iPhone X is set to be the most expensive model we’ve seen from Apple to date. […]

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All Wireless Devices are at Risk of a Krack Attack

A security flaw made a concerning appearance this week after the bug, dubbed a ‘Krack attack’, wasdiscovered by Belgian researchers. Targeting Wi-Fi encryption, the bug can access safely encrypted information such as emails, passwords and credit card numbers. These researchers have predicted every device that connects to Wi-Fi is at risk of a Krack attack. Other security […]

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Don’t Buy a New Computer until Considering These 5 Factors

Picking the right computer can be a surprisingly daunting experience for many of us.  Costing hundreds to thousands of dollars, many are left concerned - is this a good investment? Am I throwing away my money? How do I know exactly what I need? We are here to help! There are many ways in which […]

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Here's Why Australian's Have Been Warned to Expect Slow Internet

Australians have been warned to expect drastically slower internet speeds. The culprit? Two typhoons which ravaged Hong Kong last month have caused considerable damage to a number of submarine cables between Hong Kong and Sydney. Typhoon Hato, followed by Typhoon Pakhar were the most powerful storms to hit Hong Kong in 5 years, causing thousands of evacuations […]

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