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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

Gone phishing: How to stop spam emails

Part of having an email address is the understanding that you will receive unsolicited messages. We tend to categorise these as either legitimate or spam.

To emoji or not emoji — smiley face etiquette

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers ponders one of the big issues of our time — smiley face etiquette and to emoji or not emoji.

Permanently deleting data: where does it all go?

Personal data online is easy to create and hard to delete. Think of it like a tattoo and be sure of your choice before making it.

Is too much screen time affecting us?

Geoff Augutis discusses the changing technology landscape that has lead to new challenges in the television world.

Tech talk: Time has come for online voting

With the Federal Election on 18 May, Bundaberg Now technology writer Geoff Augutis looks at the pros and cons of online voting.

Smart technology raises privacy concerns

How do you feel when someone starts looking at your phone? Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers says we shouldn't become hermits.

Modern pirates use the internet to steal content

Since the beginning of time us humans have always had a knack for taking the tools that are given to us to exploit a situation.

Apple or Windows: Which do you like to use?

About 80 per cent of computers in the Bundaberg Region run Microsoft Windows, according to Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers, but Apple Mac fans are more passionate.

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Childers fire podcast launches Friday

A podcast series on the Childers Backpacker Hostel fire will launch on Friday, 29 May and continue over 18 episodes until 30 June.

Local history: outdoor skating rink a grand memory

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