These days, many of our clients are becoming keener to reuse existing IT kit – especially the computers themselves. Whether this is due primarily to economic and cost cutting measures or to a more green and environmental approach to reducing the use of the planet’s resources is something that might vary from case to case. Read More
“If you have reason to believe that you have an IT virus or that your system is being ‘hacked’, you need to take fast and effective action to protect your interests. A list of recommendations is given below but always contact an expert asap. “ Read More
Leaving aside the horrific thought of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from a nuclear explosion, your IT infrastructure probably isn’t massively at risk of total devastation due to electromagnetic radiation.
Even so, many IT system components can be very vulnerable to a number of different forms of what we can crudely here call ‘interference’. Read More
“Just like any other activity involving focusing on something close to your eyes for extended periods of time, working on a computer screen can in some cases lead to eye strain. Here are a few tips that may help to reduce the severity or avoid it altogether. “
One of the oldest and most debated topics in health and safety relating to Information Technology is that of eye strain. Read More
Some of our clients point out that the IT industry in Australia seems to have entered something of the doldrums in terms of radically new products being brought to the marketplace.
To an extent, We have some sympathy with that view point. Read More
What does ‘scalable’ mean?
Scalability – protecting your investment
In the past and sadly even today, many a business owner has been caught-out and hit with a very large and unexpected bill for replacing elements of their IT solutions infrastructure. This is usually followed up rapidly by outraged expressions such as “we spent a lot of money on our system not long ago!” Read More
Professional and personal identity theft is a growing problem.
Here are a few top tips from Server Sentry as to how to go about helping to avoid it.
When you are purchasing Information Technology equipment, if it is new it will normally come with some sort of manufacturer’s and/or retailer’s limited period warranty.
There is though a fair chance that you may find yourself on the receiving end of attempts to sell you one sort of extended warranty or another. Read More