Computer One named in the Top 10 Australian-based MSP’s

Computer One has been listed as one of the Top 10 Australian-based Managed Service Providers by industry ratings website MSP Mentor. In its annual survey, MSP Mentor ranks 501 MSP’s globally by their turnover, number of staff, technology and client verticals, industry involvement and more. The top MSP 501 companies ranked this year include organizations […]

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CEO Sleepout Update: We did it!

Well it was a long night, but the Computer One team and more than 100 other Brisbane CEO’s and their Executive teams stayed out in the cold underneath the Story Bridge last night to raise money for the 9,700 homeless in our city.  Thankfully, it was neither too cold nor too wet so the night […]

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We’re Sleeping Rough to Help the Homeless of Brisbane: Will You Help us?

Tonight, three members of the Computer One team will sleep outside in the elements underneath the Story Bridge in order to raise money for the homeless of Brisbane.  But we won’t be alone.  More than 100 CEO’s and executive teams from across the city will also be there as part of the annual St Vinnies CEO […]

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It’s Time to Embrace the No. 1 ASD Strategy to Mitigate Cyber Intrusion

Since 2013, the Australian Signals Directorate has published a list of 4 critical strategies to adopt if you want to mitigate 85% of the risk from cyberattacks. Do you know what they are? No. 2 on the list is “Patch Applications”. Apply security patches to prevent criminals from entering your network through known flaws that […]

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Australian CEO’s on Notice: A Hack can cost Your Job

Last month FACC, a European supplier to Boeing and Airbus fired its CEO after he played an unwitting part in the loss of €41.9 million. The sacking came after the company fired its CFO in January for the same event dubbed “the Fake President Incident”. The fraud came about after an email, purportedly from the CEO was […]

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QLD adopts Whole-of-Government Vulnerability Scanning

As revealed in IT News, the QLD Government is expecting to roll out a whole of government approach to vulnerability scanning by October 2016. The initiative comes on the heels of a breach last year of the Department of Education and its TAFE. Hackers made off with data collected from the complaints portal including details […]

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Who backs up the cloud when the cloud goes down?

One of Amazon’s Sydney Data Centres went down over the weekend thanks to a severe storm.  It shut down websites for some of Australia’s biggest web businesses.  Domain, The Iconic and Domino’s were severely affected and Carsales plus REA Group were affected to a lesser extent. One of the biggest cloud companies, AWS is built […]

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