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22 April 2013
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3CX for Android App Configuration

22 April 2013, Comments: 0

The 3CX App for Android installs on most Android phones, and allows you to run a soft-phone as an app on your handset, essentially […]


18 March 2013
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Windows 8 First Impressions

18 March 2013, Comments: 0

Windows 8 has been officially out for just over 4 months and has had a very mixed reception so far. I’ve had a chance […]


17 March 2011
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Smartphones: iPhone, Android or Blackberry?

17 March 2011, Comments: 0

As the world of office communications becomes ever more mobile oriented, many people turn to smartphones as a way to keep in the loop and pick up their emails and messages. With more modern smartphones, the possibilities for connecting to work mailboxes and calendars are quite staggering, and with the array of devices and services currently available, the choice can seem quite overwhelming. This blog post is intended to clarify and simplify some of the major pros and cons of each device, to help you decide which one you should go for. I’ll be focusing primarily on emails in a work environment across 3 different smartphone types: Blackberry, iPhone and Android.


29 October 2010
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Greener IT & Saving Energy

29 October 2010, Comments: 0

Following on from Haree’s post a few weeks ago about our lovely new Toyota Prius hybrid car, I thought I’d continue the green theme with some thoughts and suggestions on how to make your IT setup a bit more environmentally friendly. There are already several brilliant technologies for reducing energy consumption, some of which may already be built into your existing operating systems, so it’s worth knowing about these, especially as energy costs are set to increase dramatically in the future.


16 September 2010
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Securing Your Wireless Network

16 September 2010, Comments: 0

So you’ve decided to get your wireless up and running. Congatulations on going cable free! But guess what? You now have several other considerations to mull over before you can indulge in wire-free surfing and connectivity. Following on from my last post, this week I’ll deal with wireless security do’s and don’ts, and give some advice on basic wireless troubleshooting.