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NSW government kicks off $100M Gig State protect

The NSW government has allocated $100 million to improve Internet services in regional NSW, as part of the $400 million Regional Data Connectivity program announced in 2019.


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Office 365: A guide to the updates

Get the latest info on new features, bug fixes, and security updates for Office 365 for Windows as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for Version 2002 (Build 12527.20194), released Feb. 25, 2020.


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Give Google Docs a distraction-free upgrade

This 60-second upgrade will give Google Docs a minimalist makeover and bring newfound focus to your word processing world.


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Asana targets sales and ops teams with new integrations

The Salesforce, Jira Cloud and Tableau integrations are designed to help the work management app appeal to specific business functions.


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Why Trans Tank International dumped its ERP for Business Central

The limitations of its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and a subsequent period of extensive market research led Victorian manufacturer Trans Tank International (TTI) to migrate to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business...


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How and why you need HomeKit-secured smart homes

Here's everything you need to know to use HomeKit-secured routers – and why it matters that you do.


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Android file management: An easy-to-follow guide

From managing files on your phone to seamlessly syncing folders with your computer, this guide will turn you into a certified Android file master.


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The data centre might be waning, but not IT infrastructure and operations

With continued movement to the cloud and the rise of business-led IT, will infrastructure and operations (I&O) still exist in 2025? The answer is “yes” — but to what extent?


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Telstra to launch trial of mmWave 5G services this year

Telstra plans to provide some of its customers with access to 5G services based on millimetre wave spectrum this year, the telco revealed today.


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Defence selects Sliced Tech to implement cloud-hosted education system

The Department of Defence has selected Canberra-based Sliced Tech to implement TechnologyOne’s education software for the department.


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iPhone 9 release and high-end vs. low-end smartphones

Apple is rumored to announce its new, lower-end iPhone at the end of March. Modeled after the iPhone 8, the iPhone 9 (or maybe it'll be called the iPhone SE 2) will offer consumers a cheaper alternative to the higher-end iPhone 11 or...


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Firefox starts switching on DNS-over-HTTPS to encrypt lookups, stymie tracking

Mozilla hopes the change will stop criminals from intercepting traffic between its browser and a DNS server and then inserting bogus addresses pointing to a malicious site.


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Microsoft Patch Alert: February 2020 patches bring fire and ice but seem to have settled – finally.

If you let Windows update itself with this month’s Patch Tuesday crop, you got a buggy UEFI patch that’s subsequently been pulled and a Win10 1903/1909 patch that jiggered profiles – think missing icons, desktops, files – on many...


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10 steps to smarter Google account security

Give yourself some added peace of mind by giving your Google account a thorough set of security reinforcements.


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Wayback Wednesday: The joy of do-it-yourself IT

You have no one to blame except …