Four Trends in Cloud Computing

Four Trends in Cloud Computing

With innovations continuously taking place in Cloud Computing service offerings these days, a CIO or business owner should always keep his/her eyes open for four trends, according to IDC analyst Chris Morris at a recent CIO Summit in Australia. The trends include a scaling of services, data center transformation, big data provisioning and a consolidation [...]

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How connected are you?

How connected are you?

In our fast paced lives, we are becoming more and more dependent on connectivity. No matter where we go or what we do, staying connected is always on our minds. When we are not calling, we are chatting and when we’re not chatting, we are emailing, texting or even Skyping. At an age when all [...]

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What are QR Codes?  Do they matter to Sydney business?

What are QR Codes? Do they matter to Sydney business?

Do you know what is the ultimate way (at least for now!) to harness technology for your business, keep up with marketing trends, and reach your customers in new and interesting ways? QR codes (short for quick response code)! You’ve probably already seen them; the bar-code like images that are popping up everywhere from flyers...

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What Really is the ‘Private Cloud?’

What Really is the ‘Private Cloud?’

There are two different meanings to the term ‘Cloud computing.’ The general term ‘Cloud Computing’ refers to data, email, programs, contacts, calendars etc. being saved and accessed within the internet. There are a few different commercial services which offer cloud computing; Google being one of the most common. The “Private Cloud” refers to these services...

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Thousands of Aussie sites go dark after hack

Thousands of Aussie sites go dark after hack

It’s a nightmare come true for site owners who had their websites hosted by Australian domain registrar and web host Distribute.IT. After a detrimental hack attack aimed at the domain registrar, around 4800 Australian websites have disappeared into thin air with absolutely no chance of recovery. As the report by Fairfax Media rightly puts it,...

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Three Quick Tips To Find Information Online

Three Quick Tips To Find Information Online

Sometimes finding what you are looking for when performing an online search seems impossible, but remember, it is not. With these three unbelievably simple tips, you can certainly find what you are looking for: Keep it simple. The first unbelievably simple tip for getting accurate results is simple, keep the keywords simple. Use only a...

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Quick Look At Windows 8

Quick Look At Windows 8

After so much speculation, we were glad to hear that Windows 8 is finally scheduled to hit the market within the next year. According to all the product demos we have seen, it appears that the next generation of Windows is equipped with new user interface that is going to sweep us off our feet,...

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Is Google really secure?

Is Google really secure?

If it isn’t right for the USA Government, is Google right for your business? Google and Microsoft are in the thick of a serious battle for the “cloud”, just look in any major airport around Australia and you see Microsoft’s efforts of creating awareness around their entire cloud offerings from email services, document storage and...

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Lotus Notes Migration to Microsoft Exchange

Lotus Notes Migration to Microsoft Exchange

Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Migration Consultants Numerous Sydney companies are migrating from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange Server for a variety of reasons: a rich set of Microsoft solutions, the complete value of having all their infrastructure on the Microsoft Platform, and a certified team on Microsoft technologies.  Migrating from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange […]

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