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Windows 7 support is coming to an end. Are you prepared? As of January 14th 2020, Windows 7 will finish support and reach its ‘end of life’. What does that mean for users? Microsoft will no longer be providing IT support and security updates to PCs and devices using Windows 7. Because of this, all...
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What is Ransomware? Ransomware is an attack on the data, information and privacy of your computer by use of dangerous software. Typically, the security and access to a system is compromised. The attackers could essentially: Threaten to release sensitive data. Block access passwords to your systems. Threaten to delete both the data and passwords. Often,...
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The process of influencing your company’s website to rank higher in a Google search is commonly referred to as SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). The basic premise is that various modern tools are used to cause a website to appear closer on the top of ‘page 1’ in a google search. This means that, if executed...
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Have a flair for design? Join our busy team in Naas! If you’re passionate about all things web then we’d like to speak with you. This position involves designing and building new websites in WordPress, managing and updating current sites, search engine optimisation and much more. The successful candidate should have at least 2 years experience...
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Over Christmas, I was alone with a computer and did what any guy would do, I went shopping on Amazon for tech gadgets. One thing led to another and I ended up moving off Amazon and on to the iTead website. They have a small wireless smart switch there called the Sonoff Basic. It retails...
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It’s 2018 and that means that there is a new version of DraftSight available for download from www.draftsight.com So, you are probably wondering just what is new in this latest version of DraftSight? Well, the list below contains some of the major new features. Available in all versions of DraftSight: Entity Highlighting Redefine Base Point...
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It’s a few weeks since the NHS Ransomware disaster. Thankfully the hysteria in the press has died down, it’s no longer front-page news and the media have moved on to other topics. That’s not to say that the threat is no longer valid, it very much is and you need to be prepared for future attacks....
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We live in a data hungry connected world and we tend to take it for granted.  We use our smartphones to get directions, find restaurant reviews and post photos of our meals on all the major social media platforms. This is generally not an issue whilst at home, we pay for a service and we...
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Are you using DraftSight on a Windows based PC? If so, read on, you’ll need to run this fix as soon as possible. Basically, there is an issue with an Expired Certificate. What does that mean? Well it means that as of March 1st 2017, all versions of DraftSight released from 2012 to 2017 SP0...
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G’day mates! Earlier this week on Facebook, we saw a post called “What Is Your Aussie Nickname?”. You take the month you were born and the date in the month.  Put the two together and you get your Aussie Nickname.  You then post your nickname in the public post for all to see.  It’s all...
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