Monthly Archives - August 2013

AAVIP Quality Reference Group

ICT Accreditation Australia is proud to announce our relationship with AAVIP - the Australian Association for Virtual Industry Professionals. As CEO of ICTAA, it is a privilege to be invited to be a part of the Quality Reference Group of Australia's first Not for Profit Association for Virtual Businesses. I'm looking forward to working in this focus group to help AAVIP establish a quality standards for their membership. Our values of helping others and providing a quality framework are closely [...]

Online Security and Emails

Introduction The security industry has provided large businesses with effective email security solutions for many years, helping to address their heightened sensitivity to email risk. Email gateway security solutions have proven particularly effective because they filter inbound and outbound email traffic at the email gateway, thus ensuring that only emails conforming to corporate policy are allowed in and out of the business. Because these solutions remove unwanted email before it reaches the email gateway, they also reduce bandwidth consumption over networks. Mid-sized [...]

Who Owns Your Domain Name?

The International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is the organisation that authorizes registrars to issue or assign domain names to public. A registrant is the person or entity who is considered to be the domain name owner authorised to make or request for changes to be made in vital information related to domain name. It is, therefore, critically important to know the “owner” registrant of a domain name and also the person or entity having administrative, billing and [...]