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Geoff Augutis

Geoff Augutis
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https://queenslandcomputers.com.au/
Geoff Augutis is a strategic IT consultant specialising in government and education. He's a company director of Queensland Computers in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay.

Articles by this author

Screentime spikes during lockdown

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg talks about increased screentime during the Coronavirus lockdown, good and bad.

Virus interrupts technology supplies

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg talks about the impact of Coronavirus on technology supplies.

Video conferencing stars in social isolation

Although the technology behind video conferencing has been around for quite some time, the COVID-19 crisis has pushed us into using it more than ever.

Working from home technology essentials

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg talks about the essential ingredients to successfully working from home.

Best smart phones on a budget

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg writes about the latest smart phones and what's the best value for money and quality.

Arm yourself with knowledge before shopping on Wish

Tech Talk columnist Geoff Augutis discusses the Wish online shopping craze and how dodging the bad deals will get you the most bang for your buck.

Coronavirus halts tech shipments

Australia relies heavily on Chinese imports for technology and Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg warns there may be delays.

Human microchip raises privacy issues

Technology expert Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg discusses the future of human microchipping and digital identity.

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