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- Five Tips For Setting Up The Ideal Home Office
- Windows Encryption Showdown: VeraCrypt Vs Bitlocker
- Here's Telstra's Explanation For That Three-Day Data Outage
- The Australian Tax Breaks Small To Medium Businesses Need to Know
- Why You Shouldn't Believe The NBN 'Five Movies' Speed Promise
- Australia's 'Three Strikes' Piracy Scheme Is Back On Hold (And Rights Holders Are To Blame)
While no one can truly say which way the upcoming federal election will go, methods exist so we can have a really good guess. No, not tea leaves and chicken bones — we can do better in the modern age. Take Twitter, which is a digital goldmine of info on voting preferences, important political issues and whether or not you look fat in those pants.
If you like the simplicity of Clear, but want a to-do list that’s more schedule-oriented, Sorted might be the task-juggling app you’ve always wanted.
Telstra’s latest data outage was one of the worst yet, with approximately 350,000 NBN and ADSL customers affected. Thousands were still struggling to get their internet working three days later. Telstra’s chief operations officer Kate McKenzie has since issued a statement explaining what actually went wrong.
There’s a big problem with passwords, and it’s all down to the people who set them up in the first place. There are plenty of idiots who can never remember their passwords, and just use something so hilariously obvious they probably shouldn’t even have bothered. Microsoft is taking measure to put an end to that.
It can be hard to keep on top of all the various tax breaks and incentives small and medium businesses are eligible for. There are a lot of them. From deducting your stationary to grants for safety equipment.