to our December Tech Update. In this months newsletter we talk
about security, a new collective that DP Computing is part of,
our regular Out & About section and lastly links to our latest
With another large
company (Uber) hitting the headlines after being hacked how can
a small business protect itself from the same fate? Business cannot
just rely on security software and must implement a multi layered
approach and include corporate grade security software, a proper
hardware based firewall, cloud filtering of email as well as local
and cloud based backups. Contact us or check out our blog article
for more details - http://dpcomputing.com.au/blog/multi-layered-approach-security/
Always be carefully
with what emails you open and what websites you visit. Also if
you believe one of your associates has sent you a dodgy email
ring that person back - don't email them back as there has been
reports of the actual hacker replying back to emails.
& About in October
As usual we have been
busy in November. We have remotely helped clients located in the
Northern Territory right through to others in the Coonawarra.
The photos below are from from the Grow Your Business Expo at
Tonsley are below.
DP Computing stand at the Grow Your Business Expo in Tonsley.
SA Technology Collective at the Grow Your Business Expo.
Check out our
page for more photos.
This month we have
some great blog articles:
WiFi Keeping Up?
With more and more devices using WiFi these days is your wireless
network as good as it could be?
Need Multi-Layered Security
Relying on a free anti virus packaga just doesn't cut it any
more. Check out the things to do to help protect your business
Protect Your Business from the Piracy Police
It may not get the same attention as illegal movie and tv show
downloads, but software piracy still isn’t something business
owners should take lightly. In fact, one little slip can cost
your business thousands or even millions of dollars in fines.
Drives Eventually Fail
Don't wait until it is too late, backup your data and look out
for these signs of a failing hard drive.
As mentioned last month
DP Computing are inaugural members of a new group called the
South Australian Technology Collective. The Collective is
a group of complimentary business who can provide a total digital
solution for your business. We have some great plans for the new
year so stay tuned on our website at www.satechnology.com.au
or Facebook www.facebook.com/satechnologycollective
for more details.
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