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Apple Woos Business With iOS 7 Security

Apple revamped their operating system earlier this year, launching iOS 7—which Apple CEO Tim Cook referred to as “the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone.” Apple have stated that their goal is to attract more business

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BYOD Policy – Bringing Your Own Device…to the Office

business computing

We’re all familiar with the concept of the BYO restaurant—the restaurant saves money because they don’t need a wine license, and you save having to pay for corkage and twice-the-price vino. The only drawback is that you’ve got to swing

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PC Repairs Meath: Embracing Information Technology – the Key to Small Business Success

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While many entrepreneurs and small business managers are highly-skilled in a certain field, a perceived lack of skills in computing may mean they baulk at using information technology as a tool to drive their business. A professional online presence—be that

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Ashbourne PC Repairs: Common PC Repairs Made Easy

Slow PC

The most common PC repairs can often be remedied pretty quickly and for the more complicated ones we are here to help. Figuring out what exactly is wrong, and what you should then do about it, is the key. Let’s

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Mobile Computing: O2 to Roll Out 3G Network Upgrade

Cloud Computing

According to its parent company Telefonica, O2 will upgrade its 3G network in 250 locations across 14 counties in May and June, ensuring faster data transfer speeds. This is good news for businesses that need strong internet connections for mobile computing.

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Ashbourne PC Repairs: Samsung to Deliver Android Laptop—a Good Idea?

Android Laptop

With the lines between laptops and tablets continuing to blur, recent reports online have suggested that Samsung is preparing to bring an Android laptop to the market. Many people among our customers in Ashbourne, Ratoath, Meath and surrounding counties have

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Smart Phone Security: New York Urges Manufacturers to Tackle Smartphone Theft

Smartphone theft is an expensive and often distressing ordeal for the owner. Thieves can easily wipe a stolen phone’s memory clean and sell it on a burgeoning black market, often in foreign countries. Owner care and accountability is definitely a

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Windows 8’s Steep Learning Curve—Microsoft Reacts

Windows 8

In what some analysts have seen as an embarrassing climb-down, Microsoft has decided to make changes to its deeply-polarising Windows 8 operating system. Windows 8 has not been the bestseller Microsoft had hoped, and the tech juggernaut now looks ready

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Cloud Computing: Making that Lining Silver

Although cloud computing was once touted as the solution to business IT issues everywhere, the pace of adoption of on-demand services has been lukewarm at best, this has been our experience with customers in Ashbourne, Ratoath, Meath and surrounding counties.

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Is Google Dumbing You Down?

Is Google Dumbing you down?

Coming in toward the end of the bubble that rang in a new millenium, their “Do no evil” mantra seemed to suggest that Sergey Brin and Larry Page had our best interests at heart when they launched Google. Not

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