Topic: Clients

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    Introducing Transocean’s New Website

    Transocean is an expert in providing capital and strategic solutions to business owners. With their innovative approach, they’ve added value to businesses across different industries in Australia and all over the world. Their services include capital raising and corporate finance and advisory. They’ve worked with clients on a global scale including Amadeus Group, Cheetah Resources…

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    Introducing MagTek’s New Website

    Established in 1986, MagTek is a world leader in electronic transaction technology. They produce card readers and cheque scanners, ensuring merchants all over the world process quick and secure transactions. In today’s modern world, users are expecting reliable transactions that take less than a minute. This is why MagTek has ventured into creating devices that…

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    Should Businesses Quit Facebook Advertising Over the Cambridge Analytica Scandal?

    In April, it was announced that British firm Cambridge Analytica had harvested information illegally from tens of millions of Facebook users since 2013. Facebook knew about it and did nothing. CEO, and founder of the social media giant, Mark Zuckerberg, released a statement apologizing for the breach of trust, and explained that Facebook was still…

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    What is GDPR and what does it mean for Australian businesses?

    The General Data Protections Regulation (GDPR) is a ruling designed to protect the data of individuals in the European Union. At first, you might not think that this will have any affect on Australian businesses, but in light of the Facebook debacle and other instances of national and international data breaches, you would be wrong.…

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    Chrome to Signal Insecure Forms

    At the beginning of this year (2017), Google rolled out a new version of its Chrome browser that took it one step closer to a secure internet. The new version of Chrome (version 56 at that time) marked non-https pages that had password or credit card fields as “Not secure”. What they found was that…

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    What I Learned From Tony Robbins

    I recently had the privilege of seeing Anthony “Tony” Robbins live at an event in Dallas, Texas. It was an odd match up as the event was about funnel hacking and yet Tony was doing the closing keynote. Given that he doesn’t do very many of these “private” talks and charges thousands for his events,…

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