April 2017

Welcome to our April Newsletter / Tech Update.

Last month we setup a few video conferencing systems. They ranged for a laptop with a webcam using Skype right through to the ultra high end Cisco Immersive TelePresence systems (check out photos of the Cisco TelePresence setup on our Facebook page). With faster NBN connections, video conferencing is becoming more usable so if you are looking at how it may benefit your business let us know.

Talking of the NBN it is slowly expanding its reach down south with the St Marys and Reynella exchange now live and the Lonsdale exchange going live in a few months. If you are in these or another area let me know if you would like further information on when you will be able to connect to the NBN.

If the NBN is not in you area for the forseeable future or you would like a faster business grade connection there are also other options (eg business grade fibre or WiMAX) that may be available. Please contact us for more details on these options.

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Hope you enjoy the articles this month and if you have any questions please let me know.

David - david@dpcomputing.com.au

Is Dropbox Suitable For Your Business?

Due to its ease of use Dropbox has grown to be one of the main cloud sharing platforms but is it suitable for your business? Click here to read more.

Four Reasons To Use Email Filtering In Your Business

Remember the times when spam was obvious and unless you desperately needed a special blue pill they were easy to ignore and delete? The impact on your business was minimal as spam was just an annoyance rather than anything else. Unfortunately spam has now matured into an aggressive threat, marked by sophisticated attacks and rapidly evolving techniques. It is not just random electronic junk mail anymore and is putting a costly strain on your business resources. Click here to continue reading this article.

Internet Lingo 101 – A Cheat Sheet for Beginners

The Internet is growing and changing so fast that even the dictionary has trouble keeping up. Click here for some common terms that are helpful to know.

When and Why You Should Use Remote Support?

Remote support is a quick and easy way to solve some computer issues. Some business though are a bit sceptical abouts it use so we have written an article discussing the pros and cons of remote support.