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are with everyone across our nation who has been affected by the
current bushfires. If you or anyone you know has been effected
by the fires and require IT assistance please let us know and
we can work out some way of helping.
At the end
of last year we brought Ben onboard as a new technician. As well
as general IT support, Ben is a registered data cabler, so we
can now do work on phone and data cabling. This includes the NBN
(FTTN, FTTC, FTTB), wireless network infrastructure and running
new cabling inside business premises. Let me know if you need
any sort of cabling work and we can provide a free quote.
is Safer Internet Day. The aim is to raise awareness about the
role we can all play in creating a better and safer internet for
our community. More information is below.
Some of the
new work we will be doing this month includes:
all over Adelaide performing an IT system audit for a large
routers across the Adelaide stores for 2 other national companies.
new media players at a large fast food outlet.
So if you
have anything coming up please let us know ASAP so we can lock
times and dates in.
and catch you all next month.
Tuesday 11 February 2020, DP Computing is pleased to be supporting
the work of Australia’s eSafety Commissioner by spreading
online safety messages and promoting the positive use of digital
Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the role we can
all play in creating a better and safer internet for our community.
in over 150 countries, the Safer Internet Day theme is: ‘Together
for a better internet’. We are encouraging all Australians
to start the chat to help improve online safety within their communities,
and make every day a Safer Internet Day.
we are supporting Safer Internet Day by helping promote safe online
usage on our social media chanels and newsletter via the hashtags
#SID2020 #SIDesafety and we encourage you to join in!
the word and raise awareness. The first step to a better internet
is to talk about the potential risks and ways to avoid them. You
can host a Safer Internet Day activity or simply start a conversation
in your community about coming ‘together for a better internet’.
To find out
how to get involved and stay safe online visit:
and About in January
are some of our adventures from last month:
- We are
still upgrading a lot of clients from older Windows 7 machines
to new Windows 10 computers. We have even installed a few fanless
systems that are designed to work in dusty areas.
- An email
migration to Office365 for a client in North Adelaide. We will
be migrating their local file server to SharePoint Online shortly.
had some "fun" doing some Cisco work for a client
at the Department of Defence in Edinburgh. He couldn't take
any sort of electronic devices into the building
up a new computer and networking equipment for a new startup
- Ben performed
an IT audit at a mining site in Adelaide's south.
our Facebook page for more details on our adventures:
publish these tech tips each Tuesday morning to our social networks,
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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:
What’s Causing Your Bandwidth Woes?
bandwidth bottleneck at your business can mean dropping out of
video conference calls, files taking forever to load and difficulty
doing all you want online.
of your Internet capacity with the strategies in this
bandwidth boosting article.
Custom-Built Computer Can Be a Good Deal
Before you go to a Big Box store and buy a computer built to suit
the masses, consider custom-built. There are disadvantages to
the prebuilt, mass-produced computer.
the benefits and affordability of a personalized computer build
in our latest blog
You Protected Against Leakware?
have a new tactic. Encrypting your data and extorting money. The
threat? They'll make your stolen, sensitive information public
otherwise. Leakware can put your business and its employees and
customers at risk.
ways to fortify your defenses. Learn more in our blog
article that details what leakware is.
Partners - SA Technology Collective
Computing are part of the SA
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.
social drinks event for the year will be on Thursday 13/2 at the
Woodcroft Hotel. Feel free to drop in for the 2 hours or even
just 10 minutes - it will be great to see you there!
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