IT DOESN’T play Fortnite and it can’t access Facebook, but parents can keep in touch with their kids via call, text, or even view their location on a map in real-time like they’re waiting for UberEATS with the Spacetalk GPS smartwatch. For the many parents who don’t want to give their child a mobile phone and are looking for alternatives [...]
Computer security threats are clever, insidious and cause untold amounts of harm to innocent people and businesses alike. Knowledge is power, however, so the best way to protect yourself against complex security threats is to work with those in the know, the best technicians possible who are dedicated to winning the war against those invisible demons who steal, disrupt and damage!
Apple has released its fifteenth macOS 10.14 Mojave last month, the successor to the macOS High Sierra. We introduce below the Mac devices that are compatible with latest macOS 10.14 Mojave:
Spring is Here, Time to Spring Clean Your Computer As we all are aware computers are due for a service at least once a year and what better time than spring. After a long cold winter the sunshine is finally warming up and giving us an opportunity to spend time outside. Computer cleaning splits in to two main tasks: hardware cleaning and system cleaning.
Phising scams are just one of many online hoaxes and frauds that are becoming more sophisticated, exposing computer users to greater challenges. It’s vital to have secure platforms to spot scam emails, so you stay safer online. The ultimate method to beat the hackers and ransomware is to install robust cyber security anti-virus software.
Your computer works at its optimum level when taken care of. However, having the top of the range hardware does not necessarily safeguard you from unforeseen issues. Without regular clean up and servicing, your computer may let you down. The following are five key reasons why it is important to regularly clean-up your computer system.
The NBN rollout has disappointed many customers with reports of slow speeds and constant dropouts. There is an ongoing debate between the National Broadband Network (NBN Co.) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on where the issues lie. Are NBN not meeting the market demands or are the ISPs not purchasing enough bandwidth on the network for their customers?
Are you having problems with your ISP provider and you are unable to resolve it with them? Fortunately, in Australia, we can turn to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) for help. The TIO was established in 1993 under legislation and is independent of industry, Government and consumer organisations, to investigate and manage customer complaints about carriage services (internet and telephone services) provided by Internet Service Providers (ISP).
With the recent worldwide ransomware attack hitting Australia, it’s more important than ever to be aware of the risks, and to take measures to protect your data should you become a victim.
Australian Police have issued a warning over the 'Blue Whale' suicide game spreading around the globe and urge parents to keep an eye on their kids' online behaviour