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Is Windows or Mac better for your business?

A hot topic of debate at the moment amongst businesses is whether Windows or Mac is more effective. There are clear arguments for and against both and the jury is still out from many company’s perspectives. If you’re looking to invest in new business equipment or software and you’re still on the fence as to

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[EBOOK] Will your business be affected by The 2020 Problem?

This is going to affect 1 in 3 businesses. That could include yours In 2020, some of the most commonly used business software is coming to the end of its life. That means it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So if there are any problems with it, they won’t be fixed. It’s likely

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[EBOOK] Proactive IT Support

You don’t want an IT support company that fixes problems. You want a partner that prevents them We’ve written a new guide in human speak – not techno babble. And it answers the number one question our clients have asked us over the last few years: “Why don’t we see you and your staff as

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[EBOOK] Upgrade your IT with Confidence

Upgrading your IT with Confidence It’s essential to keep your IT infrastructure maintained – but lots of business owners struggle with what parts of their IT to upgrade and when to upgrade. Lots of people put off upgrading for as long as possible. As business owners ourselves, we understand this approach; you try and get

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What happens after Windows 7?

Windows 7 is now approaching its 10th birthday, and Microsoft has announced that it will become end-of-life (EOL) on 14th January 2020. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9nNIwJplmw&w=560&h=315] What will happen on 14th January 2020? If you’re using a Windows 7 computer after this date, then nothing visible will happen. Your PC will continue to work as it always

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[EBOOK] 12 month countdown…. The 2020 Problem

The 12 month countdown has begun… is your business protected from the 2020 problem? It might have only just turned 2019. But we want you to look ahead to next January, in 2020. Because there’s a major software problem on the way… and it’s going to affect half of all businesses and organisations. In January

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