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Fri, Apr 23, 2021 Natalie Dunscombe Hardware , IT Terminology
The shortage of computer chips was an initial effect of lockdowns and factory shutdowns because of COVID-19 last year, and production is now back to normal.  However, the way in which we use IT and the fundamental way we all now work has changed and looks likely to stay in some form in our future...
Fri, Apr 16, 2021 Natalie Dunscombe COVID-19 , Laptops , Training
Accidentally spilled your water or morning coffee all over your laptop?  Or your chosen evening tipple while catching up after the kids are off to bed?  We have seen an increase in liquid damage to laptops since the move to working from home for the COVID-19 pandemic.  But we understand accidents...
Fri, Apr 09, 2021 Natalie Dunscombe IT Terminology
We’ve all been there, your device can connect to the wifi, but has no Internet connection?  It can be incredibly frustrating, so lets go why this may happen to you.  Your Internet connection is provided by your Internet Service Provider whether this is by phone line, fibre, 4G or satellite connec...
Fri, Apr 02, 2021 Natalie Dunscombe Cyber Security , Microsoft Office , Productivity
Following on from a blog post last month on what is the cloud, we are taking a look at Microsoft’s 365 cloud services and provide you with some useful information to help you make the decision on whether 365 is right for your business.  Microsoft 365 can help you to become more productive in the ...
Fri, Mar 26, 2021 Natalie Dunscombe Back Up , Cyber Security
With World Backup Day approaching on the 31st of March we wanted to highlight the importance of a backup and encourage everyone to run a backup on the 31st of March, especially if you have never done a backup before! We have previously covered the topic of why a backup is important and tips on ho...