How Businesses Can Improve PC Performance

Imagine getting to work in the morning at 9:00, assuming that you have enough time to prepare for your 9:30 call, but your computer taking 20 minutes to boot completely throws you off track. As a result, you feel rushed and flustered. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. In fact, this common problem isn’t…

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Is Your School Protected from Cyber-Attacks?

What was initially something primarily used for business applications eventually turned into something many people can’t fathom living without. Wi-fi has come a long way since it was first made available to consumers in 1997 and is now something that schools across the globe rely upon. While adults have adopted wi-fi into their daily routines,…

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How Should You Prepare Your Business for the ISDN Switch Off?

Over the last twenty years communication methods have diversified. Traditional mail services still exist, but now emails, text messages and instant messages all offer communication solutions. Despite this diversification phone calls are still the preferred choice for many customers when they are seeking information or services from businesses. Often the personalised touch and conferred legitimacy…

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An Introduction to Microsoft Azure SQL Server

Data-driven decision making is the driving force behind the world’s most powerful and successful companies. Naturally, we work hard to gather the information, but storing and managing it is actually the critical element to success (to say nothing of storing it securely and compliantly). Being able to use the data that you have is the…

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How Microsoft Power Apps Could Work for Your Business

Microsoft PowerApps were launched at the Microsoft Business Application Summit midway through 2018 and they are looking incredibly promising for businesses of all sizes. The platform is designed to make app creation intuitive, cost-effective and faster than any other offering in the market. The full force of Microsoft is behind the product as deep integration…

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What Is the GDPR Maximum Fine?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s latest update to data protection and privacy laws. The GDPR was signed into action on 25 May 2018. The previous regulation of its kind was drawn up in 1995 – a time before Google and social media – and so was sorely in need of…

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Small Business Computer Network

When you decide to grow your business from a one-person operation into something bigger computing needs may not be the first thing on your mind. There are many competing demands for your time, but it is so important to get your infrastructure set up well in the beginning. Spend some time outlining what you currently…

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