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Everyone agrees that fresh-baked cookies are yummy, but you probably won’t have the same positive associations with cookies on your computer. Here’s what you need to know about cookies and what they mean for your internet browsing. Cookies have been around for a long time, but laws in recent years now require websites to ask...
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We all love our technology and probably have a lot of it at home. This is especially the case lately, because so many of us have set up home offices due to Covid-19. You might not think of computers, smartphones, printers, or routers as a fire risk, but they can do real damage. Microwaves, laundry...
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We are currently looking to grow our support team in Naas, Co Kildare and are recruiting for a Level 2 Helpdesk & Support Engineer.  We require someone who is customer focused, has excellent interpersonal skills, as well as strong diagnostic and multi-tasking abilities.  If you’re looking for a new challenge with huge room for future...
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Do you have a managed anti-virus system set up for your business? Anti-virus programs don’t catch viruses when they’re not running. Yes, it’s blatantly obvious, but what’s not always clear is how often your staff are disabling your anti-virus programs so they can squeeze in a little playtime. Maybe download and install a game, free...
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Do you have a good IT continuity plan set up for your business? Is there one thing we can count on now with COVID-19? The situation can change in an instant. You may have been confident in your business continuity plans in the past, but the pandemic has shaken us all up. It’s a solid...
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What’s Best for My Computer: Shut Down or Sleep? Most people are trying to reduce power costs in their homes by turning off lights and appliances, but do the same rules apply to computers? After all, it requires more than flicking a switch on your way out the door. Some people believe you should shut...
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Protect your shared Computer for work from home Many families today have a shared home computer to help with day-to-day activities. A teen can search for a job and stream shows. A parent can check work emails, pay household bills, and shop online. A youngster can play an educational game to buy Mom or Dad...
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Why 2-Factor Authentication is so Important You hear about hacks all the time. The news covers major websites who have had data leaks containing your email and password. Computers get infected and capture your login details for bank accounts and credit cards. In the worst cases, identity theft occurs because it is an easy crime...
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Online meetings are the new norm for many, but that doesn’t mean people magically know how to enjoy a trouble-free online conference experience. These tips can power more successful meetings. Many businesses today are working from home with a reliance on Skype, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Zoom, or GoToMeeting. But even with these platforms offering...
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Do you and your staff need access to the office from home? The Local Enterprise Office is offering a new Business Continuity Voucher for businesses, to keep them functioning properly during this period. The voucher funds up to ‘€2,500 in third party consultancy costs and can be used by companies and sole traders to develop...
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