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Wednesday March 25, 2020

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The big-name tech tools for making remote work easier during COVID-19

The big-name tech tools for making remote work easier during COVID-19

A guide to leading apps (some free) and bonus data from Telstra, Microsoft, Cisco, Google and others to help you communicate.

 

Warn your co-workers about these COVID-19 scams

Warn your co-workers about these COVID-19 scams

Scammers are impersonating travel agents, government authorities, even the World Health Organisation, reports the ACCC's Scamwatch.

 

Telstra follows Optus in giving customers extra data during COVID-19

Telstra follows Optus in giving customers extra data during COVID-19

Planning to spend a lot of time at home over the coming weeks? Telstra and Optus are offering some customers more data at no extra charge.

 

Here's a new Government-backed portal listing free business tools

Here's a new Government-backed portal listing free business tools

Get free tools from Microsoft, Cisco, ServiceNow, Adobe, Telstra, Google, Facebook, Salesforce and others.

 

Can't afford Office 365? Zoho's making its alternative free for some

Can't afford Office 365? Zoho's making its alternative free for some

This is an alternative, if you have 25 users or less, though you'll need to apply.

 

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Fixed-line NBN users received 86% of maximum speeds during tests

Fixed-line NBN users received 86% of maximum speeds during tests

But high speed Fibre-to-the-Node services under-performed in tests by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission found.

 

Xero and Square users get new accounting trick

Xero and Square users get new accounting trick

Xero and Square now work better together. Find out how that might help your small business.

 
 
 

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