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Digital payments provider Square has announced the release of the Square Online Store, which the company claims will provide Australian small business owners with all the tools they need to start or scale their eCommerce business.
Brother are bringing a pair of new continuous ink printers to Australian customers.
Ted’s Cameras has launched a new retail space, Ted’s World of Imaging, in the heart of Sydney.
McAfee have released their Quarterly Threat Report, showing an 86% increase in known samples of cryptojacking in Q2 2018 alone.
After the successful launch of Australia’s first blockchain university short course, Developing Blockchain Strategy, RMIT Online have announced the launch of two additional blockchain courses.
Telstra has launched its Location of Things technology for Australian customers, small businesses and enterprise customers.
McAfee Labs has released new research that reveals a shift in cybercriminals tactics away from external malware threats, towards ‘fileless’ attacks that leverage trusted Windows executables to invade systems and breach corporate networks.
Cisco Talos recently discovered several vulnerabilities present within the firmware of the Samsung SmartThings Hub.
Dropbox has announced that Professional and Business Standard accounts will receive an additional terabyte of space for no added fee.
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