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I would like to take the opportunity to thank Matthew Malcolm for his support on Tuesday in helping Harbourside Market resolve a major connectivity issue we were experiencing with the Motorola PDA’s and the commercial wireless installation. Please pass on my thanks to Matthew as his support was very much appreciated.

Merv Williams

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Power Protection

With storm season once again on the doorstep, it is paramount to ensure that your business critical electronics are adequately shielded against the damaging effects of power inconsistency.

Some suburbs will experience more frequent instances of power irregularities over others; regardless, at a minimum we recommend that all network critical devices such as file servers are connected to a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply).

What is a UPS?

A UPS is a battery pack that sits between an electronic device, for example a computer, and the mains power. The batteries supply power to the computer whenever the mains power becomes unavailable. Your laptop is a perfect example of this setup. If the power plug is pulled from your laptop during operation, it will continue to run on battery with zero disruption to the end user. When the battery power is almost depleted, the laptop will initiate a shutdown of Windows. A proper shutdown of Windows is the safest way to avoid corruption or lost data. This is especially true for Windows “Server” operating systems.



3D TV - is it worth it?

Over the last decade the big screen TV scene has seen some extraordinary improvements. Since the introduction of Plasma screens, we have seen rapid advancements in size, brightness and picture quality. LCD and the now LED technology is providing more efficient power saving units. High Definition has increased from 720P to 1080P and no doubt higher resolutions will be on the horizon. We will always want more and manufacturers will always convince us we need more and so the visual magic of 3D has been introduced to us...again.


Walk into your local TV store today and you won’t have to wait long before a sales person is trying to sell you a 3D TV. They will tell you that it’s the biggest revolution in entertainment since the introduction of television. Well there is certainly a lot of hype but is it fad or phenomenon?



Cloud Computing Explained

Life is busy, time is short and everything is expensive. Technology continues to steam roll ahead in its effort to make your daily tasks easier, quicker and cost effective. It can be a daunting task trying to make sense of it all let alone know what technology will best suit your needs.

This article’s intention is to provide you with a brief but clear understanding on one of the fast approaching pieces of technology today, Cloud computing, Covering how it all works and what it means for the future of your business.

Within the last few years you may have heard the term “Cloud Computing” floating around. It is said to be the future of IT and will simplify the way we currently use computers. So what is “The Cloud?” Simply put, it is a metaphor for “the internet”, and “Cloud Computing” is all about putting more of your computerised material out on the web and less on your PC and servers.
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