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,...

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...

Cryptolocker / Ransomware – prevention is better than the cure

Cryptolocker / Ransomware – prevention is better than the cure

Jul 29, 2015

We’d like to make all our customers aware of an extremely serious threat to your PC, Notebook and Server. We are seeing far too many businesses brought to their knees as a result of this infection. Cryptolocker is one of the most vicious viruses we have seen over recent years. Commonly known as ‘Crypto’, it has the potential to take down an entire...

Samsung T1 SSD – Great Bang for Bucks

Samsung T1 SSD – Great Bang for Bucks

Feb 2, 2015

Although most businesses’ use Cloud for mass storage some prefer to have their data saved locally on devices such as a USB portable Hard drive or even USB Thumb drives. For some, this alternative may be too slow for them due to the limitation of the device. Samsung has just recently released the Samsung Portable SSD T1 and this tiny device packs a lot of punch...

2014’s most commonly used passwords

2014’s most commonly used passwords

Jan 21, 2015

“The most common stolen password is still “123456,” which edged out perennial groaner “password.” Other top picks in the an alphanumeric hall of shame are “12345678,” “qwerty,” “monkey” and new this year, “batman.” ” List of the most common passwords used online in 2014....

Small Business Achievement Finalist

Small Business Achievement Finalist

May 17, 2014

On Friday the 16/05 we attended the Wyatt Roy 2014 Longman Awards. Thank you to those who nominated us and voted for us. It was particularly exciting given we celebrate our 30th year of trading this year.It was an honour to be included in such a wonderful event and stand on stage with so many amazing businesses and people. Congratulations to all those who...

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