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I hope you
are all going ok with the closures and lockdowns. DP Computing
is still working and some of our techs are working from home to
help ensure physical separation.
We have most
of our existing clients working safely and productively from home,
if any one else out there need any help please contact me at email@example.com
or call me on 08 8326 4364 and let us know if there is anything
I can do to help
If you are
looking to do some online learning or wanting to know what is
available during this time check out he following links:
Learning / Lynda offer a variety of online learning courses.
They have a free 1 month trial or if you are a member of a South
Australian Library you will get free ongoing access - click
are offering free NBN services for low income households with
school children - click here
for the details.
- Other companies
are also offering free software or services during the current
outbreak. Check out the list here
for further details.
If you are
looking at ways in which you can work from home, let me know as
there are a few different options available to most businesses.
In the world
of IT, the availability of laptops and monitors is getting better
but webcams are still hard to source. If you are in need of any
of these items please let us know ASAP so we can try and source
in their infinite wisdom also decided to change the names of some
of their Office 365 products in April (if it wasn't confusing
enough already!). The functionality will stay the same but the
actual product names have changed. Click here
for more information on what products have been renamed.
If you need
any help or assistance let me know. Stay safe and catch you all
Computing is still providing both onsite and remote support to
ensure our clients keep on operating. As a business we are continually
monitoring the latest government updates regarding the caronavirus
and taking all necessary precautions. We currently have a policy
for technicians to follow and some of our technicians will be
working from their homes. If anyone at your site has COVID-19
symptoms or has returned from interstate or overseas recently
we will not be attending the site and instead will be offering
remote support. If this causes any issues with clients, we apologise
We have been
informed that due to the fact that a number of our clients are
deemed as essential services we will still be offering onsite
services and support even in the event of a full lockdown. Whether
this means we can also attend other clients premises is not known
at this stage.
can also be used where we do not even need to come into your office
or business. Depending on you issue we may insist that we try
and solve your issues remotely before we come onsite. If you prefer
remote services also please let us know.
We can also
help businesses with transitioning their staff to work from home.
If you or your staff members would like to work remotely please
let us know as we can help set this up.
for us we have still been busy during this time and some of the
previously planned projects are still going ahead.
Stefan working on a large Cisco Telepresence system
Ben working on a rack
(or is he asleep??).
Some of the HP equipment we
installed for a client.
A large load of Cisco equipment
for one clients site.
are some tips for those working from home.
publish these tech tips each Tuesday morning to our social networks,
so please join us on the following platforms:
blog articles this month revolve around the coranavirus and how
you can stay safe and work from home. We also have more blog articles
and eBooks available on our website at:
6 Tips For Trouble Free Online Meeting
all having to connect online now for work & pleasure. Whether
you’re using Zoom, Teams or another meeting app, these tips
can improve your meeting experience. WFH or catch up with friends
and family without worrying about connection or technology.
reading here ...
in Touch While Social Distancing
Social distancing has us coming up with creative ways to connect
with friends and family. Our round-up of top technology for quarantine
fun will help you bring your buddies together. Whether for a dance
party, movie night, family dinner or video chat. There’s
an app for that. Check out our blog
article to see the various apps and what they can be used
Your Work From Home Internet Issues
your Internet overwhelmed by everyone at your house right now?
The problem could be at your end or with your ISP (Internet Service
some common concerns and how to fix them in our blog
an IT Provider Your Technology Guide
is a huge amount of information about the technology you need
to transition your business to work from home. Don’t be
overwhelmed. Working with your local IT provider to you can embrace
the opportunities for transformation. Learn what is involved today!
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.
Due to the
current COVID issues our regular drinks sessions have been postponed.
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for the dates and times of when
we will start them up again.
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