technology

How Your Company Can Reap the Benefits of Remote-Access IT Support

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Traditional computer services have traditionally gone one of two ways: Firstly, companies and schools often have their own in-house IT department. The advantages of this are obvious. For one thing, being able to have qualified technicians physically inspect and evaluate a person’s computer in a personable way is a useful function. The second option has traditionally been to call people in when a problem arises. This solution is good for problems that occur infrequently (due to not having to employ a full-time staff roster), but it isn’t practical for a long-term strategy, as an increased hourly rate and wait time makes it infeasible for businesses that require constant and timely support.…

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How Should I Deal With A Broken Colour Photocopier?

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Colour photocopiers are universally used in offices, schools and government buildings. In many settings, they’re a real necessity, and it can be a huge setback when your photocopier stops working or is broken; in some situations you might not realise how many copies you make until you can’t anymore. As such, it’s incredibly useful to know what to do in case your colour photocopier needs repair quickly. Here’s what you should keep in mind.…

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Upgrade Your Office With Pin Boards and Mobile Whiteboards

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For many years, flipcharts were the standard for any business meetings, presentations or other such events that involved having notes or illustrations to make a point. The fact that they’re portable means that they can easily be brought into any room when needed. However, they weren’t without issues. Tearing off many sheets of paper is both noisy and bad for the environment. Not to mention, constantly buying refill paper can become quite expensive.…

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How To Improve the Connectivity of Your Home

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According to government research, there are in the region of 13 million internet connections in Australia, many of them in private homes. The most noteworthy statistic is that around 90,000 Australians still subscribe to internet services through dial-up connections. The first thing you can do to improve the connectivity of your home if you use a dial-up modem is to opt for a satellite or DSL service. DSL is usually referred to simply as broadband by most consumers and ISPs (internet service providers) and is delivered to the home over a fixed-line telephone connection.…

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