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Australian organisations struggling with compliance, security report says

6 September 2018 | social
Australian organisations struggling with compliance, security report says
A new report from Gemalto claims Australian organisations may be falling short when it comes to compliance with data security regulations.
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The crazy risks Australians are taking behind the wheel

4 September 2018 | social
The crazy risks Australians are taking behind the wheel
It's not technically illegal to wear thongs while driving but it could still end up costing you. Same goes for eating or doing your makeup behind the wheel.   IT IS very likely you have witnessed a driver doing something unsafe behind the wheel, or, though you may not admit it, done something dangerous yourself.  
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Running a small business from home: 3 top tips to help get you started

31 August 2018 | social
Running a small business from home: 3 top tips to help get you started
If you think you need a corporate office with a boardroom to start your business, you might want to think again. Some of the biggest companies in the world started from home, such as Apple and Google. Whether you have starry-eyed ambitions to follow in the path of Apple, or you simply like the flexibility and convenience, a home-based business can offer a great opportunity to get your small business idea off the ground.
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Let's talk... Exit Strategy

29 August 2018 | social
Let's talk... Exit Strategy
Exiting a business that you have created can be daunting and can often come with many mixed emotions. Strategically planning your exit will help avoid making common mistakes. Getting legal help is also incredibly important. It is imperative to have critically thought through all processes and all possible outcomes…
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Counting the costs of illness and injury on Australian workers

27 August 2018 | social
Counting the costs of illness and injury on Australian workers
Many Australians become ill while they are in the workforce. Common health problems such as back pain and depression can limit their ability to work. But it’s good for the workers, their employer and the economy to support them to stay in, or return to, paid work. It improves workers’ health, maintains employer productivity and reduces the costs of support and health care to the state.
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Info Bites Newsletter

23 August 2018 | social
Info Bites Newsletter
            This edition of Info Bites talks cyber protection, meets CMIB's Alanna Bontempelli, introduces our mortgage & finance services, takes a Drive for Neale Daniher and tells what happened to a million chicken nuggets on the Hume Highway!     5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CYBER SECURITY Talk of cyber security and privacy is everywhere. Here are 5 things you need to know:
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Event: How can manufacturers leverage innovative technologies in the business model context?

21 August 2018 | social
Event: How can manufacturers leverage innovative technologies in the business model context?
RMIT AND ECP PRESENTS THE SECOND INSTALLMENT OF THE GLOBAL BUSINESS INNOVATION CONVERSATIONS 2018.    Presented by RMIT's College of Business in partnership with the Global Business Innovation Enabling Capability Platform, a series of research-driven events showcasing the latest technology and innovation predicted to propel the future of business within health, manufacturing and finance.  
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GB reveals key factor in selecting the right cyber insurance policy for businesses

16 August 2018 | social
GB reveals key factor in selecting the right cyber insurance policy for businesses
Gallagher Bassett has stressed the importance of cyber insurance to the modern business, as it identified a key factor to consider in selecting the right cover for the business.   The claims services provider noted that increasing reliance on data and automated processes – “most evident in the suggestions promoted by Google, eBay, Netflix, or Amazon which rely on machine learning to serve up targeted offerings” – exposes businesses and their clients to potential harm.  
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Global plastic injection molding market expected to reach $233 billion by 2023

13 August 2018 | social
Global plastic injection molding market expected to reach $233 billion by 2023
Injection molding, the dominant sector in the plastics processing industry, shows no signs of slowing down, according to a new report from BCC Research (Wellesley, MA). The injection molding process is used to manufacture products in nearly every market segment from automotive and aerospace to toys and medical devices. 
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Warnings of ‘damaging’ 100km/h winds in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania

9 August 2018 | social
Warnings of ‘damaging’ 100km/h winds in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania
EXPECT cold, wet and very windy conditions across the nation’s southeast as winter continues to tighten its grip.
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