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Friday October 25, 2019

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Online scammers are using the browser padlock to fool victims

Online scammers are using the browser padlock to fool victims

Just because a browser displays the padlock symbol doesn't mean a site is safe to visit.

 

Here are the first 4G phones with Telstra's Blue Tick

Here are the first 4G phones with Telstra's Blue Tick

The first 4G phones with Telstra's seal of approval for use in rural and regional areas are the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy s8+.

 

ATO asks tax practitioners to review details before it retires AUSkey

ATO asks tax practitioners to review details before it retires AUSkey

If you run a tax practice, it's time to pay attention to the ATO’s plans to replace the AUSkey system with myGovID.

 

Modernise your restaurant with Square's most advanced POS system

Modernise your restaurant with Square's most advanced POS system

Find out if the new Square for Restaurants point of sale software is the right fit for your business.

 

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