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In this increasingly digital world, you have a world of tools at your fingertips to make better printing decisions, helping you financially, reducing waste and streamlining your processes.
Trust is fast becoming a top business priority as more people want to know how companies are safeguarding their data. Retaining trust has never been more critical to the success of your business.
Innovation isn’t just about installing ping pong tables and bean bags. It’s about creating space for fresh ideas across your business. Here are four strategies to keep your company ahead of the game.
With modern technology, the healthcare sector is becoming more connected with an increasing number of ‘things’ now using software, for example medical devices. It’s creating a new world of cybersecurity concerns, but how does the healthcare sector measure up when it comes to managing Information Security?
Budgets are getting tighter and business leaders are increasingly under pressure to find cost-saving benefits. Daniel Alexander, Country Manager at Canon Group Company Converga, looks at the benefits of offshoring your ‘business-as-usual’ teams and the best strategies for implementation.
Schools have a vitally important job of educating the next generation of Australians, and yet, research shows that around 62 per cent of schools have limited or no processes for the management of non-student records. Is your school employing bast practice when it comes to management of crucial information?
With cyber crime on the rise in Australia, it’s becoming more important than ever to protect your business with cyber security training. We look at how your employees are your best weapon against cyber attacks.
The first Canon Business Readiness Index on information security assesses the digital readiness of Australian businesses when it comes to understanding and protecting themselves against the growing risks. The findings show Australian businesses still have some way to go. How does your business measure up?
Australia's privacy law will change. See how the latest privacy law changes could affect your business, government agency or not-for-profit organisation.
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[Infographic] Business Readiness Index on Information Security reveals businesses are unprepared when it comes to their cyber security. The level of concern of many businesses is too low given the threat landscape, particularly for small businesses, and many do not have adequate protection measures in place. With new the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) coming in to effect this week, many businesses are still unaware and unprepared for the changes.