Category Archive for: ‘ask ITC’

  • Upgrading to Windows 10

    Only 3 months left to claim your free Windows 10 upgrade. We recommend that when performing a Windows 10 upgrade it should be done on a fresh install to ensure a smooth transition to a Windows 10 operating system. This process is very important to …

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  • Wireless: How secure is it?

    Recently I was asked 2 questions about wireless technology. Is it more secure to use a wireless internet connection or a wired one? Is it better to use wireless technology or wired?   Today I am going to answer them for you. Is it more …

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  • What small businesses owners need to keep an eye on in 2016

    2016 HITLIST 2016 has only just begun but we have already made our predictions for what topics are going to be hot for small business owners this year. Security There are several security factors which are going to be at the forefront of many small …

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  • Windows 10 – The Verdict

    6 months on from the release of Windows 10 we are here to give you the verdict! What do we think of it? Windows 10 is a fantastic operating system. We have not found any business disrupting compatibility issues (other than Spotify?!), it looks nice …

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  • “But I didn’t send that email”: What is email spoofing?

    This week a customer came to us with an email which appeared to come from their email address but they were proclaiming that they didn’t send it and would never say such things. Unfortunately, this is not unusual (despite how it sounds). Normally it is …

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  • What should you be looking for in a new computer?

    With the release of Windows 10, many people are upgrading their hardware. There are benefits to this including speed, reliability and the likelihood of receiving a machine with Windows 10 preinstalled on it. We want to help, so here are some things you should think …

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  • All you need to know about Top Level Domains (TLD)

    What is a Top Level Domain? A top-level domain (TLD) is the last segment of the domain name. The TLD is the letters immediately following the final dot in an Internet address. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) identifies 4 categories of …

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