Your computer works at its optimum level when taken care of. However, having the top of the range hardware does not necessarily safeguard you from unforeseen issues. Without regular clean up and servicing, your computer may let you down. The following are five key reasons why it is important to regularly clean-up your computer system.
The NBN rollout has disappointed many customers with reports of slow speeds and constant dropouts. There is an ongoing debate between the National Broadband Network (NBN Co.) and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) on where the issues lie. Are NBN not meeting the market demands or are the ISPs not purchasing enough bandwidth on the network for their customers?
Are you having problems with your ISP provider and you are unable to resolve it with them? Fortunately, in Australia, we can turn to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) for help. The TIO was established in 1993 under legislation and is independent of industry, Government and consumer organisations, to investigate and manage customer complaints about carriage services (internet and telephone services) provided by Internet Service Providers (ISP).
Emails are an important part of every business and has become the number one way of communicating within the business world. Unfortunately many businesses experience email issues.
In today’s business world storing and securing data is the most essential requirement for any business. It’s essential to protect your files and documents from any potential loss, and also be able to recover your data promptly once needed
According to Microsoft, Windows 7 can no longer meet the technical and security requirements of modern technology, making Windows 7 more vulnerable to Malware and Ransomware attacks than the more technically advanced Windows 10 OS.
A newly revealed Android App malware campaign has been identified using the victims contact list to spread over to new targets. According to researchers, the Trojan was first detected last August 2016, and had been found in at least 3,000 apps on the Google Play Store.
While the consequences can range from irritating to the outright devastating, there are a few simple steps that you can take to prevent others from stealing your information and using it themselves.
We’ve all been there – you’re at work and realise you need a file that’s saved on your home computer, or you’re on holidays and realise you forgot to email some very important thing to some very important person / business / government department.
I love my Mac, but sometimes I notice it’s a bit slow, how can I improve my OSX performance? Is it as simple as clearing the cache?