All the best for the New year from the Reseau Team.
Look forward to what the year brings.
Reseau is wishing you a safe & happy holiday season!
For our valued clients who are wondering our open times, our office remains open (except for public holidays), and our after-hours team will still be on call and monitoring your services remotely!
Reseau is proud to be part of the Telstra Small Business Expo, Thursday and Friday this week.
For free entry, register here prior to Thursday.
Visit us at our booth to enter into our fantastic competition for your chance to win:
– 5 Night Accommodation for 2 at Peppers Resort
– Airfare for 2 People including Airport Transfers
– $200 Spa Treatment
Gearing up for another solid year, Réseau has bolstered the team with a few new star performers. Thanks to our valued clients and their consistent growth, we have in turn grown the Réseau family to ensure we can service them to the level they require and beyond. Click here https://www.reseau.com.au/our-team/ to put some names to faces!
We anticipate even stronger growth on the horizon and are yet again on the look out for passionate individuals who would love to join our team.
If you (or someone you know) are interested, please email us at [email protected] or simply give us a call on 08 6311 3600
Managing Director Alfa Aminudin and Technical Director Chris Uchanski are proud to announce that Réseau has placed 78 in the BRW Fast 100 for 2012.
“We are extremely pleased with this award, given the challenges of staff retention in this economic environment. Our highly collaborative team culture has given us a true competitive edge as it has promoted innovation” he said.
“The award means a lot to the team and serves as a visible milestone of our achievements” he added.
Réseau has won major clients, competing against much larger players. Some clients have expanded from zero to billion dollar market capitalisation and relied on the technical solutions we have delivered to fuel that growth.
Starting as a zero dollar start-up, over the past five years Réseau has delivered impressive year on year growth and has been recognized with the following awards:
• BRW’s Fast 100 2012
• BRW’s Fast Starters 2012
• CRN Fast 50, for the fastest growth 4 years running
• Smart Company’s Smart 50, 2011
• Smart Company’s Hot 30 under 30
For more information please contact Réseau (08) 6311 3600.
Radio took 38 yrs to get 50 million users, Angry Birds Space took 35 days [Infographic] http://j.mp/UTiTPz
How long does it take to reach 50 million users?
Telephone ~ 75 years
Radio ~ 38 years
Television ~ 13 years
Internet ~ 4 years
Facebook ~ 3.5 years
iPod ~ 3 years
AOL ~ 2.5 years
Draw Something app ~ 50 days
Angry Birds Space app ~ 35 days
By Juha Saarinen on Jun 7, 2012 8:02 AM (6 days ago)
Social networking site LinkedIn has confirmed user accounts have been breached after a file containing almost 6.5 million passwords was leaked to a Russian internet forum.
After initially investigating reports of the breach at about 11pm AEST, LinkedIn director Vincente Silveira confirmed that “some of the passwords that were compromised correspond to LinkedIn accounts”.
Some users reported finding their password as hashes on the leaked list, a 118 MB ZIP file posted online sometime overnight.
BBC News reported that the alleged hackers were seeking help to decrypt the password file.
Silveira said affected users would be prompted to change their passwords when they next logged into the social network and would receive further information on the issue in near future.
“It is worth noting that the affected members who update their passwords and members whose passwords have not been compromised benefit from the enhanced security we just recently put in place,” Silveira said.
The enhanced security, he said, included hashing and salting of password databases, a measure security researchers said was not available on the passwords leaked overnight.
Both Silveira and F-Secure’s Mikko Hypponen warned users to “prepare for scam emails about Linkedin password changes, linking to phishing sites”.
The breach comes less than a day after researchers discovered poor security practices in LinkedIn’s iOS app, which appeared to send detailed calender entries entered by users – including times, addresses and personal meeting notes – to its servers without encryption.
Adi Sharabani and Yair Amit said transmission of the calendar entries took place without prompting or warning users.
LinkedIn denied the notion of information being transmitted without user approval.
“In order to provide our calendar service to those who choose to use it, we need to send information about your calendar events to our servers so we can match people with LinkedIn profiles,” mobile product head Joff Redfern said.
“That information is sent securely over SSL and we never share or store your calendar information.”
The social network committed to stop sending data from user-added meeting notes in the iOS app to LinkedIn servers, Redfern said.
LinkedIn reports some 150 million users currently.
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