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After a while everyone gets gets used to using either Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac. But what if you need to switch? Our new Tip - Switching between Windows & Mac covers the basic differences so you can adjust quickly. Click here to view the tip.
Switching between Windows & Mac Keyboard differences Win10:Use the Start button (Win Key) to the left of the spacebar to launch the main menu. Hold the Start key down in combination with other keys for shortcuts. OSX: Use the Option button for similar functions as the Win button. ProTip: The Alt key on a Windows
Read about phishing attacks in our new Tip - Phishing email attacks and socially engineered messages. These attacks are a common method used by scammers to fool you into giving out private information! Click here to view the tip.
Both individuals and organisations are regularly targeted by criminals attempting to collect confidential information and accounts. Phishing attacks are a common method used by online scammers to fool you into giving out private information or tricking you into entering your information or passwords into fake websites. Phishing emails and messages try to look genuine, and
TLDS platform will NOT email Section 2&3 links to the parents automatically. You need to copy and paste the link in an email and send to the parents.
Happening all through the week of 16th to 20th of November is an international online conference hosted by Charles Sturt University’s Early Childhood Research Group. It is FREE to register to view the live presentations and busy kindergarten staff can browse a large YouTube playlist of all presentations afterwards. “The Early Childhood Voices Conference (ECV2020)
As a follow up to Tip – How to take precautions against ransomware, we explain what first actions you can take in response to ransomware in the Tip – First steps in response to ransomware. Click here to view the tip.
How do I know I have been attacked by ransomware? The first sign may be a “ransom letter” appearing in a new text file, your browser or desktop created by the ransomware alerting you to on-going damage with instructions and threats. Your work files may appear corrupted or unusable. How did I get attacked? Ransomware
Ransomware is a constantly growing threat for organisations and individuals. We explain what ransomware is and the precautions you should take with our new Tip – How to take precautions against ransomware. Click here to view the tip.