Do you have a written IT Roadmap?

When was the last time you got help with your strategic planning in IT? “What?” you say. “Strategic plans are for the sales and marketing team and the executive retreat. Our IT team is there to help us keep the lights on and maintain business-as-usual conditions. When they want to upgrade a system they put […]

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Computer One opens New Sydney Office

We’re proud to announce the opening of our NSW office in the heart of Sydney’s CBD at 133 Castlereagh Street. Having served our southern clients for more than a decade from our Brisbane office, our new presence adds a local touch to our nationwide scope and comes in the wake of an increasing number of […]

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Humans Still the Weak Link in the Security Chain

A new report by Verizon continues to confirm that the human is the weakest link in any network security chain. The Verizon Enterprise 2017 Data Breach Digest contains numerous accounts of real-life stories of data breaches, corporate theft, million-dollar scams and emergency responses to contain and remedy the situations. The document presents some key metrics […]

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Mandatory Breach Notification has Arrived

Just yesterday, the Federal Government passed an amendment to the Privacy Act that requires organisations with turnover of $3m or more to publicly disclose they’ve suffered a data breach with respect to personal information of clients, employees, research participants and more. The change comes after 4 years of trying to get an amendment passed, with […]

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Too Few Companies Prepare For Disaster Recovery. How Does Yours Rate?

Last week it emerged that 3 out of a group of 4 health services whose disaster recovery preparations have been assessed by the Queensland Audit Office have only basic DR measures in place. Computerworld reports that Cairns, Mackay and South West Hospitals and Health Services only scored a 1 on the capability maturity model used […]

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