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Microsoft has released patches for two zero-day vulnerabilities, along with patches for 84 other flaws in its products, including Microsoft Edge.

Published in Security

Microsoft has revealed details of another zero-day attack on its Office software, releasing an advisory prior to issuing a patch for the flaw.

Published in Security

With COVID-19's Delta strain rearing its ugly head in Australia as I type, causing a third week of lockdowns in Greater Sydney, working from home for many office workers never went away, but has been amplified in its importance, so what does Facebook's latest research uncover?

Published in Business IT

In a time when ink cartridges are much harder to find due to the ongoing pandemic and so many still working from home, making colour laser printers hard to find as well, Canon's MegaTank cartridges promise to contain as much ink as thirty standard cartridges.

Published in Home Tech

Security shop Intel 471 claims to have found a malicious document builder, known as EtterSilent, that is being used by different cyber crime groups to attack Windows users.

Published in Security

Cloud-based voice platform Aircall has opened its third global office, following its HQ in Paris and its New York office, "bringing innovative tech closer to local customers and partners" while offering "quality and local support in Australia".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

It has taken Microsoft a few months, but the software behemoth has finally decided to start rolling out mouse and trackpad support to Office for iPad users in a phased rollout that will take about two weeks.

Published in Business Software

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

As the government begins to lift restrictions around the country, business leaders are now starting to grapple with the process of transitioning their employees from remote working to returning to the office environment. Jason Trevethick, Managing Director of Paxus and talentCRU, has extensive experience and knowledge in workforce management across a range of industries and company sizes. In this series, he shares his thoughts on the challenges we are now facing and how we can overcome these with an appropriate Return to Work Plan.

Published in Market

More than two-thirds (70%) of Australian workers believe their productivity is the same or higher when working from home compared to an office environment, with many of them believing that this new form of working will become much more important when emerging from coronavirus than before.

Published in Health

Unified communications and collaboration tools (UCC) are the new “office of the future” staple in Australia’s digitally-driven office, and anticipated to improve employee and business outcomes such as operational efficiency, employee productivity, and customer and client satisfaction, according to a new survey.

Published in Strategy

The number of vulnerabilities in Microsoft products increased last year, with a total of 700 flaws found, a study by privileged identity management and vulnerability management product manufacturer Beyond Trust says, adding that 81% of these could have been kept in check by not giving users blanket administrator rights.

Published in Security

Microsoft was targeted by eight of the top ten vulnerabilities in 2018, a study by the security intelligence firm Recorded Future has found.

Published in Security

Software giant Microsoft has ended the fiscal year 2018 with a bang, with the final quarter bringing in revenue of US$30.1 billion, an increase of 17% over the corresponding quarter in the previous financial year.

Published in Market

Those who can sometimes be down on Microsoft these days, including me at times, will be surprised to see that innovation from Microsoft continues, this time on the hardware side, with the upcoming Surface Hub 2.

Published in Hardware

Telstra has made two announcements today, boosting its new Smart Wi-Fi Booster which can be extended with up to four units, while also delivering a new 30-day NBN satisfaction guarantee.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Removing administrator rights would mitigate 80% of the critical vulnerabilities found in Microsoft products in 2017, the security firm Avecto claims.

Published in Security

Launching its new "purpose-built solution for small and medium sized businesses" Microsoft 365 Business today, the global tech titan has also launched a new survey while celebrating Basketball Australia as a new client.

Published in Business Software

Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella has been interviewed by many tech and other publications recently since his book, Hit Refresh, was published. Yet all have failed to ask him a single question about the biggest problem that Microsoft has caused for individual consumers and businesses alike: ransomware.

Published in Open Sauce

Most people think Office Space is a cult hit movie from 1999, and while it is that, we’re talking about Australian co-working “The Office Space” successfully helping accelerate Australian businesses.

Published in Business IT

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