27 November 2013
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IT Support
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Small Business Server 2003 will end!!

Across the globe, companies have made Small Business Server 2003 the cornerstone of their IT infrastructure and it has proven a highly robust platform. However, as of April 2014 Small Business Server will no longer be supported by Microsoft. The Microsoft Support Lifecycle (MSL) is generally ten years and as such, Small Business Server 2003 […]


14 March 2013
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Uncategorized
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Twitter on Windows 8 is here

Yesterday on March the 13th 2013 Twitter officially launch its on Windows 8 Twitter App. This has been one of Windows 8 and Windows RT has been the lack of fully functioning twitter social media clients. Some of the new feature include. Snap View: Use another app alongside Twitter. Snap Twitter into the left or […]


5 November 2012
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Telecoms
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Killer RABIT let loose by Openreach

We’re now three months into a customer trial of RABIT, known officially as the slightly less catchy ‘Major Service Outage (MSO) proactive CP notification trial’. RABIT is an innovative new cable protection system which can detect when a cable has been cut or damaged and notify the police so they can be at the site […]


29 October 2012
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IT Solutions
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5 points of confusion about Windows 8

Windows 8 is not your conventional Windows upgrade. With  Windows 7, Vista, and XP, you got a fresh OS that added new tools, more  capabilities under the hood, new interface options, and a new look. But all of these were  variations on the basic Windows theme, and ran all your existing Windows  programs. Windows 8 […]


25 October 2012
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Skype for Windows 8

Skype is pushing out a new app to coincide with the launch of Windows 8 on Friday, and unsurprisingly, it’s built to take advantage of Microsoft’s new touch-centric desktop OS. The whole package has been streamlined, and of course brought into line with Microsoft’s “new-style” Windows interface (formerly known as Metro). Skype will get its […]


24 October 2012
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New Office Web Apps Go Live

The NEW updated version of the Office Web Apps, that has been on preview since July are now available for Sky Drive and Outlook.com users. The Apps how ever only currently work in the final Internet Explorer 10, Windows 8 and iOS6. Some of the new features include; Word Web App has new page-layout tools, picture tools and […]


19 October 2012
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IT Solutions
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BBC Watchdog crew sink teeth into dodgy PC repair shops

The reputation of the UK’s computer repair industry took another hammering last week following a BBC Watchdog investigation into two Worcestershire-based computer repair firms. The flagship consumer affairs programme looked into Click 4 PC and Click Computers in response to reports from viewers about missing personal data, botched repairs and a computer being held to […]


15 October 2012
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IT Solutions
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Microsoft releases Windows 8 Packaging

Microsoft has revealed the packaging for Windows 8 and confirmed the  operating system’s pricing ahead of its official launch on 26 October. In a Microsoft blog post, the firm showed off its colourful  branding for the forthcoming platform.  


11 October 2012
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FAKE Bad Piggies App spreads malware

Really Bad Pigs corrupting over 80,000 Chrome users Be warned that there is a fake version of the Bad Piggies game out there for the Google Chrome browser, which is covered with MALWARE. The Bad Piggies game, as you might be well aware, is Rovio’s spin of game from Angry Birds, which lets you take […]


28 September 2012
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Draft UK libel law forces websites to axe mudslinging comments

Can’t always be sued for defamatory posts, but can’t keep them online either Courts would have the power to order website operators to remove comments that have already been ruled to be defamatory even if those website operators did not post the comments themselves, according to the latest revisions to the Defamation Bill. Under the […]