Cyber hackers break into Victorian court recordings

3 January

Victoria’s court system has been hit by a cyber attack, with hackers accessing weeks worth of recorded hearings. Court Services Victoria was first made aware of the infiltration on December 21 but it’s believed the audio visual technology...[Read More]

Creating a better business with cloud accounting

23 November

Does your company still use desktop software or spreadsheets for accounting tasks? If so, then it could be time to upgrade to a cloud-based accounting system. In comparison to on-premises solutions, cloud accounting for small businesses offers...[Read More]

ATO latest scam alerts

15 June

Be wary of emails, phone calls and text messages claiming to be from the ATO. If you think a phone call, SMS, voicemail, email or interaction on social media claiming to be from the ATO is not genuine, do not engage with it. You should...[Read More]

What you can do to protect yourself as scams evolve

29 December

In 2022, Australians fell victim to investment and cryptocurrency-related scams, losing $242.5 million (US$166 million). In the United Kingdom (UK), a total of over £2.3 billion was lost in 2021 because of various scams, including online shopping,...[Read More]

Mining faces global inflation, cyber risks

2 November

Inflation is starting to bite in the mining industry but gaps in cybersecurity could be life-threatening. More than 7500 delegates are gathering for a high-powered summit in Sydney to make deals and tackle challenges, with a large police presence to...[Read More]

New crypto rules to protect consumers

28 September

Work on an Australian regulation regime for cryptocurrency is expected to step up next year. Assistant Treasurer Stephen Jones said about one million Australians had invested in what he described as a “very opaque market”. “We need...[Read More]

The importance of Single-Touch Payroll

15 September

Do you know what single-touch payroll (STP) is? Most likely, you’ve encountered the term, especially if you own a small business in Australia where STP is mandatory. This requirement applies even to companies employing just a single staff member...[Read More]

Aussies need ‘dose of FOMO’ on automation

14 September

Many Australians don’t trust artificial intelligence (AI) and risk being overtaken by change, experts warn. Stela Solar, newly installed head of the CSIRO’s National AI Centre, said on Monday Australians have a “higher benchmark of...[Read More]

Green hydrogen opportunities for Aust, UK

31 August

The UK international trade secretary has flagged further co-operation with Australian businesses as the two nations work to increase the flow of green hydrogen. Anne-Marie Trevelyan is in Australia on a four-day visit where she’ll meet with...[Read More]

How cloud accounting can help make your business better and more efficient

18 August

Does your company still use desktop software or spreadsheets for accounting tasks? If so, then it could be time to upgrade to a cloud-based accounting system. In comparison to on-premises solutions, cloud accounting for small businesses offers...[Read More]

Top 15 Biggest Companies by Market Capitalization 1993 – 2019 [video]

10 June

  See which companies grow the most in value in this illuminating moving chart by Data Is Beautiful

Best-Selling Computer Brands 1996 – 2019 [video]

29 April

  Are you Apple or PC? Watch this video chart by Data Is Beautiful to find out which one dominates over time

Usage Share of Internet Browsers 1996 – 2019 [video]

12 February

  How does your favourite internet browser rate over time? Watch the battle for dominance in this dynamic data animation from Data Is Beautiful

Most Popular Home Gadgets in US Households 1910 – 2019 [video]

29 January

  What is the most popular home gadget right now? Enjoy this animated graph by Data Is Beautiful and find out.

Most Popular Social Networks 2003 – 2019 [video]

25 December

  Which of these will yo be sharing this on? Enjoy the race to the top in this moving chart by Data Is Beautiful