The new .au domains are available for pre-order! If you have a .com.au or a .net.au domain, you can pre-order your new .au domain before they are officially launched on 24 March 2022. 180 days later (around the 24th of June), your .au domain will be up for grabs by anyone! Here’s what you need […]
Author: Marco Fabiani
Search on Macs, for pretty much everything, from the Finder to Mail, to the contents of documents and even photos, is connected to the broader Mac search; both use Spotlight. If Spotlight has become corrupted then you can rebuild it’s search engine, as such: Open System Preferences > Spotlight Click on the Privacy tab Click […]
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) helps to secure your Microsoft account by using an authentication method in addition to your password, to prevent hackers trying to access your account. Once activated by your system administrator, it’s easy to setup. What you’ll need Before you begin, make sure you have: A computer with an internet connection A smart […]
Shared and Delegated mailboxes can be of tremendous use to an organisation, so knowing how to accessing them is pretty important. What are they? Shared Mailboxes Shared mailboxes are commonly used when a staff member leaves and someone else in the organisation needs access to their existing mail, but wants to keep the other mailbox […]
Pretty much every creative on the planet uses the ubiquitous Adobe Creative Cloud suite of apps, and many non-creatives use some apps, like Adobe Acrobat Pro. But can you use your CC licence anywhere at any time? The answer is, basically, no. This article explains how the Adobe Creative Cloud licences work. Essentially: You can install the […]
Recently, we switched to Sophos Intercept X Managed Protection for our endpoints (Macs and PCs) and Windows Servers. The reason we use Sophos is that it offers a range of integrated protection products, as part of our broader cyber security services. Integrated The product we deploy as standard, Intercept X Advanced, is used to protects endpoints – […]
So, you’ve got some staff. Mostly full time, maybe some are part time, maybe even interns. You decide that they have their own computer and you can save some coin by letting them use that instead of company-owned gear. Bad idea! There are a range of reasons why this is bad business practice. Some technical, […]
Apple’s exciting new CPU processors are around the corner, and if the Apple M1 chip is anything to go by, get ready to get happy. Apple is expected to put it’s own silicon in iMacs and MacBook Pros by mid 2021, so if you don’t need to replace your current equipment, then hold off.
This week Apple reported that it has fixed three crucial bugs which hackers have been actively exploiting to attack iPhones and iPads. We recommend updating you devices to iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4 (or above) if you haven’t already. Read more at TechCruch here.
Ransomware can destroy your business. Thousands of Australian businesses have received ransom threats over the past year. As a business owner, you need to ask yourself whether your business could afford to pay a $50,000 ransom to stop your corporate data being deleted? How would you react? How would the loss of money or your […]