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Notifiable Data Breaches

Notifiable Data Breaches

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Until very recently, Australian businesses were not required to inform their customers if personal information was hacked and leaked to the public or unauthorised parties. In fact, in November last year, the popular ride-sharing company Uber was named and shamed for its year-long cover-up of a data breach which exposed the personal information of 57 million Uber drivers around the world. In this case, Uber not only failed to notify the public about the breach, but they actually paid the hackers to stay quiet.

Unsurprisingly, the 2017 Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy Survey revealed that Read more

A lot of you will know what OneDrive for Business is and already be putting it to good use within your business. To those of you who aren’t familiar with the platform, OneDrive for Business with Office 365 allows you to save files into the Cloud, meaning that you can access them anywhere and on any device.

OneDrive for Business also allows you to share files with others. The benefit of this is that you can collaborate on an original document simultaneously with mulitple people, rather than sending out copies of a file and then struggling to keep track of which copy contains the most recent updates. There are several different ways to share files through OneDrive for Business. Read more

Not so long ago, starting a small business meant investing significant amounts of money in computers, networking equipment and servers. But in the last couple of years things have changed dramatically. It’s now possible to run a small business on nothing more than a couple of computers and cloud services, eliminating servers all together. Of course this doesn’t work for every small business, but for those who fall in to this category it’s a huge money saver.
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Microsoft’s cloud storage solution, SkyDrive, has officially been renamed to OneDrive. The announcement from Microsoft mentions that existing SkyDrive users will automatically have their content available on OneDrive which I assume means no migration is required. Great news for existing users.

OneDrive is everything you love about SkyDrive and more.

Microsoft seem to be suggesting that with the new name will come new features, not already present in SkyDrive and SkyDrive Pro. We look forward to learning more about OneDrive and the new features it will bring! For those interested in learning more, head over to https://preview.onedrive.com/.

 

Related Pages – OneDrive for Business – New Expiry Feature with Office 365

 

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