This year Mimecast is marking Australian Privacy Awareness week by releasing a short video on the Australian Privacy Act: Click the play icon on the above image on the page that opens when you click on the image above to take a lighthearted tour… Continue Reading “Australian Privacy Awareness Week”
Seriously, if you do not use a password manager yet, this post has links to two articles with 2021 reviews of the best options. Get one!
Drone registration and operator accreditation applies to all drones flown for anything other than sport or recreation. This includes all professional activities such as research, training, community and government services, or any work undertaken on behalf of your employer.
Dell has provided guidance on cleaning and disinfecting Dell-branded equipment, including the display screens that form the primary part of the COWs. Critical information from the guidance includes: Turn off the computer and disconnect from power. Only use a MICROFIBRE cloth. Any other material… Continue Reading “Dell Computers and COVID-19”
Does your project have a Data Backup Strategy?
This post will take you, step-by=step, from what you need to consider at the beginning of a project through to archiving critical project outcomes at the end.
CASA is introducing a new remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) registration and RPAS operator accreditation scheme
Do you need to access BaseMaps from an ESRI Server?
You need to patch your ArcGIS Desktop Installation!
DEM field capture using consumer grade drones is no longer ‘experimental’ – some of the advice from the early research still holds strong though!
As we head out for the summer there are a couple of security issues related to working in SAL that are worth reviewing. Specifically, personal security and passwords 🙂
Do you have the SafeZone App and a password manager on your phone?
Why aerial photo are not maps and dipping a toe into the differences between ortho- and geo- rectification.