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Stay Smart Online and Prevent Criminals from Stealing Confidential Information

Stay Smart Online has released reports of scam activities, bringing awareness to several phishing scams which have been circulating lately. This recent type of phishing scam uses email as its mode of attack, with criminals sending out deceptive messages from a seemingly legitimate bank, in a bid to acquire personal information, such as passwords, online … Continue reading “Stay Smart Online and Prevent Criminals from Stealing Confidential Information”

As Tax Time approaches, people should be on the look-out for a rise in tax related scams

  In the first half of this financial year, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) has witnessed an unprecedented amount of tax-related scams. Since the beginning of 2017, Australians have forked out $1.5 million to scammers, in addition to unintentionally disclosing confidential details such as tax file numbers, bank details and credit card numbers. This fraudulent … Continue reading “As Tax Time approaches, people should be on the look-out for a rise in tax related scams”

Cyber Security Experts warn about new Global Ransomware ‘Petya’

Australians are being asked to be careful and to ensure that their devices are protected with the latest and most up to date Windows software, following reports that a new global ransomware, Petya, has affected several countries in the United States, Europe and Asia. Reports also confirm that some Australian organisations have been impacted. In … Continue reading “Cyber Security Experts warn about new Global Ransomware ‘Petya’”

Australia’s education program for teaching English is a step ahead of England’s

Australian schools are doing a better job at teaching English than England itself, after it was revealed that England’s education program for teaching English lags considerably behind Australia’s. This is largely down to different ways in which children are taught between the two countries. In Australia, children are exposed to a more flexible and creative … Continue reading “Australia’s education program for teaching English is a step ahead of England’s”

Using Mobile Applications to better manage Client and Case Management Systems

With technology advancing at such a rapid rate, businesses must find ways to streamline their processes and manage their client base, in order to operate more efficiently, profitably and productively. The rising use of smartphones and tablets allows basic business functions to be completed in half the time. Through the use of sophisticated mobile applications, … Continue reading “Using Mobile Applications to better manage Client and Case Management Systems”

Top Six Software Development Trends for 2017

Every new year brings with it a range of possibilities, especially when it comes to Software Development, which is a rapidly evolving business environment, with constantly changing technologies. In a world where consumers are fickle and markets are ever changing, businesses must be more responsive to new opportunities, competition and consumer demand in order to … Continue reading “Top Six Software Development Trends for 2017”

Australian Students lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to maths and science

A report conducted by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) indicates that Australian students are being outperformed by a majority of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, when it comes to mathematics and science. Over the last decade, these figures have remained largely unchanged, indicating that Australia has a long way … Continue reading “Australian Students lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to maths and science”