Tech Update

May 2018
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Hope everyone has been going well? Our latest blog articles are below and the topics this month include: Why Do Computers Break, Fake Invoices and The True Cost of Being Hacked.

Some of the things we have been up to over the last month includes:

  • Dave F has been out and about in McLaren Vale working at a few wineries and other local businessses.
  • DP Computing won a contract and David (and the team) are now working as a subcontracted CIO (Chief Informational Officer) for a firm that is rapidly expanding.
  • David has passed the exams and is now a NBN Business Accredited Adviser.
  • Jai is now a certified Cisco Technician having passed his CCT Routing and Switching certification.

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Blog Articles

Our blog articles this month are:

Why Do Computers Break?

As you know computers always break at the worst possible time, but what things can actually cause that that failure? It is easy to think it was something you did at the time of the crash, but normal user actions are rarely the cause of the issue. In this blog post we list some of the real reasons for a computer crash. Continue Reading…

Fake Invoice Attacks Are on the Rise – Here’s How to Spot Them

Businesses around the world are being targeted with a cyber-attack that sends victims a fake invoice that looks real enough to fool to most people. It is based on an old scam that used to see invoices faxed or mailed to the victims and now it has made its way into the digital world and instances are on the rise. Continue Reading…

The True and Unexpected Costs of Being Hacked

There are the normal costs everyone associates with a computer breach, like employee downtime and the costs associated with getting your network and computers fixed. But for those businesses who have come out the other side though they know from firsthand experience that the hidden and ongoing costs of a data breach can be crippling. Here are a few of the hard, but common cold hard realities of life after a hack. Continue Reading…


Hope you have a great month and if you have any questions please let me know.

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