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Sphero Bolt
Wednesday, October 24, 2018

The Sphero BOLT is an app-enabled robotic ball that provides endless opportunities to be creative and have fun while learning. With a brilliant 8x8 LED Matrix that animates and displays real-time data, you can create, customize games and learn to code by drawing on your screen. Use advanced sensors to keep tabs on BOLT’s speed,  [Click Here To Read More] 


Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities
Tuesday, February 07, 2017

In a recent survey conducted across multiple industries in the United States it was found that over 50% of organisations had at least one serious vulnerability every single day of the year (White Hat Security, 2015)! Web applications have enabled organisations to build stronger relationships with their customers, suppliers and stakeholders   [Click Here To Read More] 


A multi-site milestone for our Project Management Team
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

2016 has been a year of challenge, triumph and learning for the Project Management (PM) team at Trident Computer Services. The team has completed approximately 75 projects to date so far this year with projects ranging from low to high complexity, covering a wide spectrum of infrastructure projects, including server refresh, network optimisati  [Click Here To Read More] 


Trident and Philanthropy
Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Over my working life, I’ve had the privilege of working for a number of organisations that have held “pillars”, “foundations” or “principles” on which they operate. For some companies, these pillars have been present in everything they do, and for others they were certainly present, but to differing deg  [Click Here To Read More] 


Data is valuable, protect it!
Thursday, October 06, 2016

While banks and financial institutions have a lot to lose financially, people tend to forget how much Personal Identifiable Information (PII) smaller organisations hold and just how valuable that is! Think of all the PII a school holds on its staff, students, parents, past students, creditors and the wider community! What do we have of Value?   [Click Here To Read More] 


Parents Urged to Talk to Children About Online Safety
Thursday, September 15, 2016

Australian parents are being urged to talk to their children about how to stay safe online and the importance of respectful relationships. The Australian Federal Police including the police service in the Australian Capital Territory, as well as police services in the Northern Territory, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, Queensland an  [Click Here To Read More] 


Queensland, Where Trident Shines
Tuesday, August 23, 2016

My first 12 months working for Trident Computer Services in Queensland has been the most amazing adventure! I have learnt a lot; not failed, but learnt a lot and continue to do so every day. I have had many supporters and mentors which has been super crucial to my personal and business success and I’ve had my doubters which helps me driv  [Click Here To Read More] 


The 2016 Trident Education Conference - Move Fast and Shake Things
Monday, August 08, 2016

Over the last 8 years, I’ve been to 7 Trident Education Conferences as a delegate, and it was the one non-negotiable in my PL budget for myself and my Head of Technical Services, Greg Bell. The only one I’ve missed was when it clashed with a National Hockey tournament. This year was a little different as over the last 12 month  [Click Here To Read More] 


Katie's Blog | Conference Recap
Monday, August 08, 2016

Two weeks ago we held our annual Trident Education conference. Our theme of "Move Fast and Shake Things 2016" proved to be one which allowed many delegates to share how they have shaken, been shaken, moved fast or failed fast over the last 12 months. At Trident, we embrace the notion of failing fast through trying innovative ide  [Click Here To Read More] 


Symantec Vulnerabilities Uncovered
Monday, July 11, 2016

Over the last week, the focus of IT professionals has been drawn towards Symantec, as details were released regarding more than two dozen vulnerabilities in its anti-virus software, many of which have been listed as "high" severity. The vulnerabilities cover most of the company's consumer and enterprise products, and some will need to be manual  [Click Here To Read More] 

 

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