24 February 2016
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Seven ways your small business can cut its IT costs

Most small businesses face the challenge of sourcing the right IT for their business while keeping within a relatively small budget. This can be a challenging prospect – What should you buy? How quickly will it go out of date? Is it compatible with other systems? Does it have the capacity to grow with your […]

11 October 2015
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Why every business should have a data backup and recovery plan

If you run a business, do you have a data backup and recovery plan in place? If you do, when was the last time you reviewed your current data backup system to check it was still the right one for your company? If you don’t, what’s holding you back? What is data backup? When we […]

12 February 2014
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More reasons why Dropbox is not for Business

4 ,Can’t guarantee data integrity through restricted deduplication. Dropbox, uses deduplication in order to store less data and reduce storage costs. Deduplication means that Dropbox scans each of your files and if it detects that the same file is stored on their server, even when owned by another company or individual, they just keep the […]

27 November 2013
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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 […]

13 July 2012
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Retirement of Windows XP

With the retirement of Windows XP people are being forced to look at upgrades to Windows 7 or Windows 8. Microsoft have released a statement urging people not to wait for Windows 8 but to upgrade to Windows 7 now. I have to say I agree with this statement but probably for different reasons to […]

12 July 2012
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Windows 8 due in October

And the Surface tablet is also likely to emerge then Microsoft has announced an official release date for Windows 8 at the firm’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference. At the event in Canada, Windows Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Financial Officer Tami Reller made the revelation that Windows 8 (and Windows RT, the version for ARM […]

26 June 2012
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Potential issues after installing SharePoint Foundation 2010 SP1

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) was recently released through Microsoft Update. On a default installation, Windows SBS 2011 Standard administrators should be able to see it in the SBS Console and would need to approve it for installation before it is offered for installation on the server. Since SharePoint Foundation 2010, patching […]

25 June 2012
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