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How staying calm when hackers target you is a good strategy

How staying calm when hackers target you is a good strategy

I’ve just a discovered another reason why we should have regular breaks when using a computer for work or pleasure. Reviewing the last two attempts by hackers to infect my PC with a virus I reflected how I was mentally fatigued at the time and made a couple of mistakes. They weren’t fatal, but so easily could have been. Naturally, I realised that if I had made sure I was fully alert when that bad email landed in my inbox I would not have made those mistakes. Looking back I saw clearly that I was tired from sitting in front… Read more »

How having a digital medical file can ease the pressure

An online My Health Record will be created for every Australian, unless they choose not to have one. The opt out period will run from July 16 to October 15 and digital records will then be created for interested Australians by the end of the year. So what is My Health record? What matters most for a lot of people is being able to take control of their own health and their digital health information. My Health Record is an online summary of a person’s key health information, which is controlled by the individual, allowing health care providers involved in… Read more »

Launch pad smart business centre for Oran Park

Launch pad smart business centre for Oran Park

New technology based businesses will soon have the support of Western Sydney University at hand with the establishment of a launch pad smart business centre in Oran Park. Camden Council recently agreed to sign a strategic alliance agreement with Western Sydney University to establish the launch pad for an initial term of 12 months in the Oran Park smart work hub. “This initiative will connect entrepreneurs in the technology industry with the support and resources of the university to increase their capacity as a local business,” said Mayor Lara Symkowiak. “Council recognises that small business is the driver of economic… Read more »

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Launch pad smart business centre for Oran Park

New technology based businesses will soon have the support of Western Sydney University at hand with the establishment of a launch pad smart business centre in Oran Park. Camden Council recently agreed to sign a strategic alliance agreement with Western Sydney University to establish the launch pad for an initialRead more »

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Liverpool lands smart cities and suburbs project

A new project designed to help reduce congestion in our suburbs has been launched in South West Sydney. Data collected from pedestrian smartphones and cutting-edge traffic-counting technology will be used to track patterns of movement in a bid to better plan cities and build infrastructure where it is most needed.Read more »

Macarthur community groups are being encouraged to go solar and save on their power bills.

Get funding for solar power and save, community groups told

Community groups in Macarthur are being invited to apply for funding under the Australian Government’s Solar Communities Program. Liberal Senator for Western Sydney Marise Payne says  funding is available for the installation of rooftop solar photovoltaic, solar hot water and solar-connected battery systems. “Community groups which get involved will notRead more »

New research offers hope for people with impaired vision caused by cataracts.

WSU research offers hope to people with impaired vision

A team of researchers from Western Sydney University are on track to significantly improve the lives of children and adults with cataracts thanks to their development of a world-first process able to generate light-focusing lenses from stem cells. This discovery – recently published in Development and led by Dr MichaelRead more »

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Telematics trial could help save lives on our roads

Up to 1,000 drivers under the age of 25 will be given the chance to participate in an innovative NSW Government trial with in-car technology aimed at reducing road casualties across the state. Finance, services and property minister Victor Dominello and roads, maritime and freight minister Melinda Pavey yesterday announcedRead more »

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Digital workshops just what the internet doctor ordered

Not sure how to attach a photo to an email? Facebook privacy is causing you some concern? Need to know how to add a contact to your mobile phone? Special Campbelltown City Library Services workshops may be just what you need. Tech-in-20 provides one-on-one assistance, answering questions and addressing problemsRead more »

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My Metropolis app chance to shape city of the future

Our city’s generation next is being given the chance to use their creativity to help shape the city’s future through a new app launched by the Greater Sydney Commission in partnership with the NSW Office of the Advocate for Children and Young People (ACYP). The free app, My Metropolis, is anRead more »

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