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Protect against the Cyber threat
No matter what the size of your business is, no business is safe from cyber-attack unless you are proactively  managing your risk in an ongoing manner. This is not something that you can ignore. Call your local Computer troubleshooter 1300 28 28 78  This article outlines the key defence tools for a business.https://www.computertroubleshooters.com.au/security/cyber-attacks/
No business can afford the impact to its reputation when a data beach occurs. Avoid at all costs, make sure you know the legal requirements on reporting a data breach. The following article provides an excellent overview,
https://www.computertroubleshooters.com.au/data-recovery/data-breach-laws/
Talk with your local Computer Troubleshooter location about an IT audit and assessment or just have a chat about CT Backup and Data Recovery Solutions. Call 1800 28 28 78 and enter selection 1 and enter your postcode to be transferred to your nearest CT Technician.Image attachmentImage attachment
Dont become one of these statistics: SMEs are the target of 43% of all cybercrime in Australia.The same report found that 22% of the businesses hacked in 2017 became completely inoperational as a result of the ransomware. Full article here:https://smallbusinessconnections.com.au/cybersecurity-a-big-problem-for-small-business-2/
Be proactive ensure your Cyber security is being managed. Talk with your local Computer Troubleshooter now 1300 28 28 78, select 1 enter your postcode.Image attachmentImage attachment
COVID-19 has caused us all to look at Remote working. A quick read covering some basics so you can be informed when speaking with your IT provider. Read the article here:https://www.computertroubleshooters.com.au/general/remote-working-technology-perspective/
Need a chat with one of our locations call 1300 28 28 78 and enter your postcode to be transferredto your local provider.Image attachment
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The NBN provides every business an opportunity to review their communication options in terms of using VoIP and a hosted PABX solution. 
This article: www.computertroubleshooters.com.au/communications/ready-for-nbn/
has a checklist of the key issues related to transitioning to the NBN. Call your nearest Computer Troubleshooter on 1300 28 28 78 to discuss your requirements.
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The Computer Troubleshooter booth ready for the Brisbane Franchising Expo show this the first weekend of June. Thanks to Printext for their fine work and the team helping me over the weekend.Image attachmentImage attachment
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Dear Friend,  I am organising two (2) events a Ball & a Car, Bike, Ute & Truck Show Hot Rods For The Homeless 2019 Toowoomba on 21st & 22nd June 2019 at Toowoomba Showgrounds with proceeds going to Rosies Friends On The Street & The Toowoomba Suicide Prevention Network. I need sponsors to help cover the costs of organising the events Naming Rights Sponsors $5,000, Event Sponsors $2,000, Production Sponsors $1,000, Merchandise Sponsors $1,000, Advertising Sponsors $1,000 Trophy Sponsors $50.00 we also need items for raffles & auctions. I also need volunteers to help out at the event. All sponsorships and products donated for prizes are tax deductible if a receipt is required please advise. The events will be a Ball on Friday Night with 3 Bands & A DJ and a Car Show on the Saturday with Trade Stalls/Market Stalls, Food Vans & Amusement Rides for the Children. If you are able to help in any way please contact the undersigned for more information. Could you also please promote the event throughout your network.  Kind regards  Rohan James Robertson 
CEO 
Hot Rods For The Homeless 
11 Jewellan Drive Deception Bay QLD 4508 
M 04 1625 7586 
E rohan@hotrodsforthehomeless.com.au
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