printersupportaustralia.com = SCAM!!!!

printersupportaustralia.com = SCAM!!!!

Dec 19, 2016

Recently we did some investigation work and found a rather elaborate scam targeting printer issues. It all started when we had a customer call us to check the advise he had received from “Epson” when he had phoned their support number on the website epson.printersupportaustralia.com. After telling him that he was correct and that hanging up on the...

The End of Internet Explorer browser—mostly.

The End of Internet Explorer browser—mostly.

Jan 7, 2016

Upgrade, or face the consequences. Users who boot up an old version of the browser on Tuesday will be greeted with a message urging them to upgrade either to Internet Explorer 11, or to the company’s new Edge web browser. A final update, to be issued that day, will consist of final fixes for the elder browsers as well as the aforementioned notification,...

Where are your backups?

Where are your backups?

Dec 8, 2015

If you have a backup that’s great! But where is it? Backups are a necessity, but have you thought about what would happen to your backups while you’re not at home? Take for example when you go away over the Christmas holidays. Most people back up to prevent against data loss during a hard drive failure, but what if your house was broken into or there was a...

Phone V Computer Keypad…WHY?

Phone V Computer Keypad…WHY?

Oct 16, 2015

Ever wondered why Computer Keypads are the complete opposite to Phone Keypads? There are a few theories but here are my top 2. The first one is: It just makes sense for the 1 to be at the top left like on a phone as this is the way we read, left to right, top to bottom. But then why are computers upside down? The second is: The touch-tone phone was being...

16TB! … Here’s where it began…

16TB! … Here’s where it began…

Sep 25, 2015

With Samsung revealing its 16TB SSD (see related article) Lets take a look back where the modern day Hard Drive started. The IBM 305 RAMAC was the first commercial computer that used a moving-head hard disk drive, It had fifty 24-inch-diameter disks and two independent access arms moved up and down to select a disk, and in and out to select a record. It had 3.75...

Samsung 16TB SSD – the worlds largest Hard Drive

Samsung 16TB SSD – the worlds largest Hard Drive

Sep 25, 2015

At this year’s Flash Memory Summit in California, Samsung revealed the Largest Capacity Drive in the world the PM1633a at 16TB but even more impressive for Tech Heads is that it’s also a Solid Sate Drive (SSD). So if you want massive storage at blistering speeds this is for you! Unfortunately rumoured consumer price (if it is ever released) is $7000. So if...

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