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Security | 18 September 2014
You may have heard people to tell you to be aware phishing scams but not really understood exactly what they mean. These types of attacks have greatly increased over the last few years due to the fact that nearly everything we do these days requires some sort of login or password. To avoid...
By Jason Hayes
Community Involvement | 15 September 2014
The OPC Team attended last week's Super Heroes and Villains themed dinner at the Hellenic Club, Woden, to raise funds for children’s cancer charity Camp Quality.
By Daniel Oyston
Drupal | 11 September 2014
A Feature is a special kind of module which consists of generated code, created via the admin UI, that moves the configuration from database to code. Installing the Features module adds no new functionality to your site and, from a visitor’s perspective, the module does not allow your site to do...
By Kuriakose Kurian
Security | 11 September 2014
Whether you are running an enterprise, or a small business, you need to be managing your IT security and to do that you need to understand what the risks are and how best to mitigate them.
By Brett Norton
Community Involvement | 10 September 2014
A huge thank you to  all gave up their time to help OPC put on a wonderful Mexican Fiesta ‘Meals from the Heart’ for the families staying at Ronald McDonald House last night.  
By Cathy Norton
Drupal | 9 September 2014
Thinking about Drupal? Here is a bit of a breakdown, based on our day-to-day experience, outlining why Drupal is so scalable and can be tailored to suit any business need. The list is also the main reasons so many organisations choose Drupal as their CMS.
By Jessica Versegi
Web Development | 8 September 2014
The 2014 Global Digital Statistics, Stats & Facts, by We Are Social, highlights five key Australian mobile statistics that you must consider for your business. Here is what I've picked out for you.
By Daniel Oyston
Workplace | 3 September 2014
Have you ever found yourself looking at the clock, wondering where your day has gone, and wishing there were two of you just to get through all the tasks on hand?
By Clinton Henderson
Drupal | 2 September 2014
I went to Google for some Anti-Drupal posts and see if I can bust them and help people realise how great this CMS can be.
By Toby Wild
Web Development | 28 August 2014
Here are my takeaways from this year’s DrupalGov, held at the National Museum in Canberra, a long-day summit on Drupal in the public sector.
By Jeannie Panting
Infrastructure | 28 August 2014
Google is trying to create a network of balloons, traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect more people to the Internet.
By Daniel Oyston
Web Development | 28 August 2014
The Password Policy module lets you define sets of password constraints as policies and apply those policies to your Drupal users on a per-role basis. This is great for government and corporate environments with mandatory requirements for user passwords.
By Emma Lebel