Welcome to our October Newsletter.
Moving any or all of your IT infrastructure to the “cloud” or to an “as a service” provider can be a daunting task for businesses and one that many have found to be a frustrating and painful experience, so this month we recommend some questions to ask and tips that will help you make a more informed decision before selecting your partner. We also advise you on how to help keep your passwords safe and we’ve a bit of OHS advice on a rapidly rising workforce injury.
During October we’ve had the opportunity to participate as a panel expert in a series of technology and innovation breakfasts run by Wilson HTM in conjunction with CCIQ around Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast. These events were very popular and attracted a range of businesses in terms of size and industry.
We are also running a Cloud Computing Workshop in conjunction with CCIQ on Thursday 23rd October were we will provide crucial advice on cloud computing and provide a forum for SME businesses to raise issues and talk about experience they are having. Places are now extremely limited and more details can be found by clicking on the link in the right side menu.
Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Choosing a Cloud Computing Provider
Many businesses are now looking towards cloud computing to provide them with the IT systems and services that they would have previously had in their office. These hints and tips can help you to make an informed decision about which Cloud Provider suits your needs.
Password Security: How Hackers Steal Data and Savvy Users Keep It Safe
Hackers have stolen millions of dollars and billions of passwords so far in 2014. Find out how they are doing it and what people are doing to defend themselves.
How to Reduce the Risk of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome While In The Office
Carpal tunnel occurs when pressure is placed upon your median nerve at the wrist. Avoid this painful condition by regularly performing simple desk exercises and creating an ergonomic desk setup.