Interview: BayleyWard Architecture

We spoke to Directors Nick Readett-Bayley and Richard Newling Ward about their award winning architecture firm, BayleyWard. How did you get into Architecture? Richard: I was in hospitality for a number of years, and I came to recognise that I just had a passion for creating exciting and engaging spaces […]

SOS settings for your phone: Why & how?

It has long been said that we humans only use ten per cent of our brains. Now that may well be a myth, but the same could certainly be said of our devices. Surely you have looked down at your top-of-the-range, latest-model mobile phone and thought, “Gosh, I’m holding decades […]

Coworking Spaces & IT: What you should be asking

In recent years, the concept of co-working spaces has expanded and communal working environments have become increasingly popular amongst workers and businesses alike. As an IT services provider, we have seen this trend first-hand and helped many businesses relocate. Evidently, for small or medium sized business there are numerous advantages […]

Notifiable Data Breach: What you need to know as an Australian Business

Two new data laws have been introduced, set to roll out early this year, which directly effect business owners. You can read about the first one over here if you missed it. Number two is the Notifiable Data Breach regulations, coming in to effect this February. What is NDB? It’s […]

One of Australia’s richest men lost $1 million from a preventable email scam.

Phishing: what is it and how can you prevent it?   Cybercrime can hit anyone, just ask John Kahibetzer the founder of Twynam Agricultural group, who is on the Forbes list of 50 richest Australians. Unlike may more complex cybercrime attacks that involve hacking, ransomware or spyware, Mr Kahibetzer was the victim of robbery via simple deception. […]

Product Review: The Cygnett ChargeUp Pro Powerbank

With the workforce being so mobile today we all know that you can get power banks for your mobiles and tablets, but did you know that you can now get a device to charge your laptop on the go as well? We were recently asked by Cygnett to complete some […]

Global Data Protection Regulation: What is it and why should you care?

Any business with a customer or client base will be holding data about those people. Whether it’s a big CRM system with thousands of files recording everything from date of birth to how many kids someone has and in depth financial information, or a local shop with a Mailchimp list […]

Microsoft Teams

                 Microsoft Teams brings together the full breadth and depth of Office 365, to provide a true chat-based hub for teamwork and give businesses the opportunity to create a more open, fluid, and digital environment. Microsoft Teams is built on existing Microsoft technologies […]

Finance Tips & Tricks

Quickly create data visualizations     Use the Quick Analysis tool in Excel to easily apply conditional formatting, create charts or tables, or display sparklines next to your data. In Excel, select the data you want to visualize. Select Quick Analysis in the lower-right corner of the selected data (or […]

Outlook Tips & Tricks

Tame your inbox with Clean-up     Overwhelmed trying to achieve Inbox Zero? Folder Clean-up can help. From your Inbox (or any other email folder), select Home > Clean Up. You can Clean Up Conversation, Clean Up Folder, or Clean Up Folder & Subfolders. Outlook will automatically move redundant, read […]