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The curse of ‘end of support’

The curse of ‘end of support’

With a new decade, comes a new software version it seems. Recently Adobe has announced end of support (EOS) for their Acrobat and Reader 2015 versions for April 2020. This means that there will be no technical or security updates for these products from this date, and...

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Running Office 365 on Windows 7?

Running Office 365 on Windows 7?

Whilst it may seem that we keep talking about it, we’ll continue to talk about the importance of the upcoming January 20th deadline for Windows 7, simply because the security of your device, and your network is at risk. Microsoft has released a new notification...

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Why someone else’s cyber security is your concern

Why someone else’s cyber security is your concern

Recently a story from across the ditch raises an interesting question, are you aware of your supplier’s cyber security policies? And secondly, should you be? The New Zealand Commerce Commission has been left exposed to a security breach from a third party, who had...

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Windows 7 End Of Life

Windows 7 End Of Life

On the 14th of January, 2020, Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft and suffer the same fate Windows XP and Vista did before it. No more security patches, software vendors will no longer support their applications on it and anti-virus and security...

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Will your landline work after September 30th?

Will your landline work after September 30th?

Important changes are coming at the end of the month to phone services in Australia. What’s your telephony based upon? ISDN is the primary basis for most telephony (voice and fax) services in Australia, however with the roll out of the NBN this is being disconnected...

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Reduce your security vulnerabilities with Windows 10

Reduce your security vulnerabilities with Windows 10

It’s that time of year where you start to see all the weekend countdowns until Christmas appearing in your social feeds, but it’s also a friendly reminder that the end of support for Windows 7 is also rapidly approaching in January 2020.  What does this mean?...

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RODIN partners with TOSHIBA for printing

RODIN partners with TOSHIBA for printing

We’re pleased to be able to announce that we have chosen to partner with TOSHIBA for our customers printing needs going forward. RODIN will supply Toshiba's award winning multi-functional devices, including Toshiba's world-first erasable toner printer, as well as...

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Leverage your $30,000 instant asset write off

Leverage your $30,000 instant asset write off

Thinking about purchasing some IT equipment before the end of the year to optimise your instant asset write off via the ATO? Have a chat with the team at RODIN as we can ensure that you’re buying the right equipment for your environment, and you can still access the...

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Mitigating the human risk with Windows 10 and Office 365

Mitigating the human risk with Windows 10 and Office 365

Office 365 delivers multiple layers of security that work together 24/7 to protect business emails and data. So, no matter where you and your employees go, you take peace of mind —knowing the business and livelihood are safe. In this E-book, you'll learn seven ways...

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Windows 7 turns 10 – and it’s time to upgrade!

Windows 7 turns 10 – and it’s time to upgrade!

In July this year, the age of Windows 7 hits double digits, which means in terms of the standard Microsoft lifecycle we are seeing support for these systems coming to an end. What does this mean for you? Microsoft will stop all...

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Latest Threat Report from Sophos

Latest Threat Report from Sophos

‘The Threat Landscape is undoubtedly evolving; less skilled cybercriminals are being forced out of business, the fittest among them step up their game to survive’ Joe Levy, CTO, Sophos Read the latest Threat Report from Sophos to see how mobile malware is one of the...

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The Benefits of MSPs: Productivity, Simplicity & Profits

The Benefits of MSPs: Productivity, Simplicity & Profits

Managed Service Providers (MSPs) allow your business to outsource the design and management of your IT systems, as well as providing ongoing technical support for whenever upgrades come along or when issues pop up. What are the advantages of this? Well, IT systems can...

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Say Goodbye To Windows 7!

Say Goodbye To Windows 7!

On the 14th of January, 2020, Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft and suffer the same fate Windows XP and Vista did before it. No more security patches, software vendors will no longer support their applications on it and anti-virus and security...

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Free Antivirus for Home from Sophos

Free Antivirus for Home from Sophos

Wondering what anti-virus to use on your home computers? It's a fair enough question and there are plenty of options out there. Time to look at Sophos Home. Free for up to 10 computers, you can now protect your personal devices using the same award winning technology...

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Managed Print Services Plans Explained

Managed Print Services Plans Explained

Managed Print Services is a great way to manage and optimise your businesses print devices and associated running costs. With so many different print management plans and options available through different managed print vendors, understanding which one is best for...

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What does your business need to prepare for in 2017?

What does your business need to prepare for in 2017?

It's February 2017. That happened quicker than anyone expected. While many of us are still trying to forget what happened in 2016, the truth is that it is time to prepare for what you need to do to ensure your business is safe and will thrive in 2017.   So what...

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The Value Of Using A Managed Service Provider

The Value Of Using A Managed Service Provider

Using a Managed Service Provider (or MSP) is the act of outsourcing daily IT management responsibilities and projects in order to improve operations and reduce costs. A MSP bears the responsibility of monitoring, managing and solving problems related to your business...

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Are your old computers causing productivity problems?

Are your old computers causing productivity problems?

More often than not, businesses hold on to computers as long as they possibly can, stretching out their investment until the computer fails. Is this a good idea? Well, it may seem so at the time, but the truth is that your staff will begin to get frustrated and...

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Fighting The Recent Increase In Ransomware

Fighting The Recent Increase In Ransomware

In recent weeks we have seen a major increase in Ransomware (Cryptolocker), which is a type of malware that is designed to make you pay the bad guys in a way that has never been done before. The increase in infections lines up with some new variants of the...

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What happens to my business phones when the NBN is installed?

What happens to my business phones when the NBN is installed?

As the NBN is going live in more areas many of our clients are starting to enjoy extremely fast internet at much better prices than they have seen in the past, enabling them to implement new technologies that they may have been holding off on due to the cost of...

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Don’t get caught by an online scam this festive season!

Don’t get caught by an online scam this festive season!

Take a look at this image. He may look like a Nigerian Prince, his email may make it sound like he is a Nigerian Prince and even his website may look like a Nigerian Prince's website, but I can promise you he is not a Nigerian Prince. He is Keith, Team Leader of our...

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