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What to look for from a cloud IT provider

Everyone is talking about the Cloud, and well they should. Cloud Computing is an exciting development that will benefit many businesses – it will save them time and money, it will increase productivity and ensure that infrastructure costs are lessened. Those computers that you purchased 4 or 5 years ago may last that little bit…

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Cloud IT Services – Email and Collaboration for a more productive business

Cloud IT Services for email and collaboration form a new suite of business productivity tool that all businesses should investigate. Not only will these tools enhance the effectiveness of your business but they can also help to ensure that your business costs are reduced when you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars purchasing expensive…

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How to turn off the Data Protection Execution (DEP)

The first option is to exclude a specific application, to do this, complete the following; 1. Click Start 2. Select Control Panel 3. Select System 4. Click the Advanced tab 5. In the Performance region select Settings 6. Click the Data Execute tab in the dialog box that opens 7. Select Turn on DEP for…

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New Wireless Standard could double your network throughput

The release of the 802.11n standard increases network throughput from 54 Mbit/s to a maximum of 600 Mbit/s. It’s great for home, SMB offices who have found great benefit in wireless networking but have found performance has diminished over time as more laptops have been added and they use the wireless network more and more….

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Successful backups

Successful backups

April 11, 2012 | Under Journal | Posted by | 1 Comment

More and more businesses are starting to find external 1 and 2 Terabyte hard drives as a practical solution to ensure they have succesful backps and the data can be easily be stored off-site

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Windows 7

Windows 7

March 13, 2012 | Under Photography, Web Design | Posted by | No Comments

Why you should consider upgrading to Windows 7 As Windows 7 has now been released, questions are being asked why would you upgrade?. I suggest upgrading if you have a laptop that is under 2 years old, subject to checking your software will run properly (Microsoft have provided a tool to do this) the benefits…

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