At Forsythes Technology, we work with a range of businesses of varying sizes, industries and locations.
In light of the new financial year, Forsythes Technology CEO Jeff Hughes reflects on the Forsythes company values, how employees live the values every day, and what this means for our customers.
First it was the old copper PSTN lines making way for the NBN.
As technology changes, it is only natural that companies and employees are keen to adopt new solutions that will improve the way they work.
The long-awaited arrival of fifth generation (5G) mobile networks is finally here with Telstra officially launching their first 5G plans in stores last month.
Almost every day, reports surface in the media about new cyber security breaches.
Is Outlook that bad? No. All businesses use emails for process management and most emails are requests for information or the provision of this information.
Antivirus programs, otherwise known as Endpoint Protection, have been around for decades now but they don’t protect like they once did.
The mandatory Single Touch Payroll (STP) deadline is fast approaching for Australian employers.
With seemingly everything from modern household appliances to traffic signs connecting to the internet, it can be easy to take a connected world for granted.
A Ponemon Institute Research Report released last week for IBM has revealed insights into the state of cyber resilience for businesses in 2019.
The right IT projects can provide significant benefits to a business; however, they can also pose a significant cost to a business, so it is essential to measure the return of the investment.