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Today’s Bookish Feature

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What You May Have Missed From Australia

A few days ago, we brought you news clips from the United States and Canada. Today, we’re going back home and bringing you closer to what has been going on here in Australia.

FirstWave Delivers Microsoft 365 Frictionless Email Security
FirstWave has completed development on the company's new Frictionless Email Security offering for M365, providing MSPs and partners best-in-class cybersecurity technologies for their customers which can rapidly deploy and scale.
Contento Animal Health Chosen for Newchip's Intensive Global Pre-Seed Accelerator Program
Animal health manufacturer among top applicants selected for Newchip's online accelerator
It's Cheaper Downunder – Quality computer products
Factory direct purchasing of Thunderbolt, SSD and computer peripherals means HomeKit Australia has some of the cheapest computer pricing across the world.
University of Wollongong Upgrade XPS Capabilities with New NEXSA Installation
The surface science capabilities at the Australian institute for Innovative Materials (AIIM) at the University of Wollongong (UoW) have recently been upgraded with the installation of a highly versatile Thermo Scientific NEXSA XPS (X-ray Photoelectron…

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