Tech Update

July 2019
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Hi *|FNAME|*,

I hope you are all keeping warm. These mornings are cold - I was up at 5:30AM this morning (Sunday) to take my son to an early soccer game over the other side of town and it was freezing!

Well a new financial year has now started, have you made any changes in your business yet?

The SA Technology Collective (of which we are a member) are having their next Social Drinks on the 2/7 at the Woodcroft Tavern. Drop in anytime between 4PM and 6PM to have a chat with some other business owners in a casual environment. See below for more info.

We have a range of blog articles for you to read this month. They range for malware on Apple Mac computers right through to why IT repair is best left to the professionals. I hope you enjoy them and if you have any questions or ideas for topics please let me know.

As I have mentioned before Windows 7 is going EOL (End of Life) in January next year (see below). Don't leave it until December / January to find out what your options are so contact us know.

David Perkovic -

Out and About in June

During June we traveled all over Adelaide and Stefan even flew across to Pt Lincoln to do some work over a weekend and Dave spent a late afternoon / evening in Clare doing some emergency work.

Stefan on his way to and in Port Lincoln
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Is Your Business Vulnerable in 2020?

Did you know that the life of Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and MS Office 2010 will be ending soon? These operating systems and Office suites were released a long time ago but are still widely used today. As with all good things, they must come to an end and Microsoft is pulling the plug on its aging software on January 14th, 2020.

We have developed some resources to help you understand what is happening and how your business can stay safe in 2020.


Blog Articles

We have a variety of great articles for you to learn from this month. Check them out below. Remember that we have more blog articles and eBooks available on our website at:

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Why Computer Repair Is Best Left to the Professionals

Computer problems happen, and many people have a friend who is good with computers. However, it can be dangerous to let an amateur fix your computer.

This blog article provides details on some of the reasons why. Continue reading...

Save Time By Using These Essential Windows Shortcuts

In this article, we share with you the most useful Windows shortcuts to save you time and effort. A Windows shortcut is a combination of keys to press to do a task faster, rather than navigating through the drop down menus.


Do Macs Get Viruses and Malware?

Apple Macs are often seen as the more secure machine when surfing online. Apple themselves even used to run ad campaigns saying they didn't get viruses. In this article, we discuss whether this is true or not.

Continue reading here ...

How Hackers Attack Companies – Island Hopping

In this article, we talk about an increasingly popular method of attacking businesses known as "island hopping". It takes advantage of the trust you give to people and businesses you have worked with before.

Continue reading here....

Our Partners - SA Technology Collective

DP Computing are part of the SA Technology Collective.

The SA Technology Collective are a small group of experienced professionals based in Adelaide, South Australia who have joined together to provide a total digital solution for business. We are passionate about supporting and enabling business owners to solve many of the challenges they face using digital technology in this rapidly evolving field.

The Collective is having our next "Social Drinks" get together tomorrow, Tuesday the 2nd of July at the Woodcroft Tavern from 4PM. Come along anytime between 4PM and 6PM to have an informal chat with some other business owners and the team from the SA Technology Collective (including Brad from Company Hub and Peter from the Telstra Business Centre - Wayville). This is a casual catch-up and is buy your own drinks

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