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Why it pays to train your staff in the basics of IT

Statistics show that human error is the root cause of many IT issues.

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What is proactive IT support?

Proactive IT support is a method of maintaining and managing IT systems and equipment that focuses on

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Four best practices for organising your files

When keeping on top of a heavy workload or managing multiple projects simultaneously, your computer desktop can quickly get chaotic.

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What are the business benefits of using Sleep Mode?

Sleep Mode is a useful power saving state designed to stop all actions on your PC.

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Is your computer slow to start?

Nothing is more maddening than a slow PC.

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What are the benefits of using managed IT services?

Managed IT services enable enterprises of all shapes and sizes to delegate some, or all, of their IT processes to a specialist third-party, often referred to as Managed Service Providers (MSPs).

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What is the best way to avoid deleting important data?

Whether you’re rushing to meet a deadline or distracted by a colleague, an incorrect keystroke or mouse click can result in a deleted file.

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Key advantages of decluttering your desktop in 2024

A new year brings an opportunity for better IT habits.

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What is defragmentation, and how can it help your computer’s performance?

Sometimes referred to as “defrag” or “defragging”, defragmentation is a process involving rearranging data on storage solutions like hard disk drives for more efficient access and storage.

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Is bloatware impacting your computer?

While a brand-new computer might seem like it offers a clean digital slate, even new devices can be shipped preloaded with a wide range of unnecessary apps.

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Why is your computer slow to start up?

Whether you’re trying to kick off Monday morning with an early start, or enjoy an early dart on Friday, you’ll want your computer to start-up swiftly.

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Why do you need to update your drivers?

Every single device that you connect to your computer, from a mouse or a keyboard, to a webcam or printer, needs a program called a driver to work.

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Useful tips to get the best out of your laptop

Light to carry and fully portable, company laptops are an enviable asset for travelling teams and employees who operate from home.

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How to develop a cleaning routine for your company computers

While it’s important to remove unwanted cookies and old files and apps from computers, cleaning their exteriors and accessories is also important for many reasons.

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UK ISP issues Wi-Fi warning for high temperatures

Leading internet service provider (ISP) Virgin Media recently gave a warning to its business and home users concerning the rise in UK temperatures.

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Keen to speed up your computer? Try freeing up disk space

Many business professionals working on computers are unaware that free space is never wasted in the Windows operating system. While it depends on your device’s specific settings, much

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The benefits of working with a local IT support team

For growing small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), establishing an internal IT team can sometimes be an unjustifiable expense and a time-consuming endeavour. From the complexities of understanding the skillset you require from potential hires to the costs of paying tax and holidays, in-house IT support isn’t

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How often should you clean your computer?

While there can be many reasons behind a slow or ineffective computer, some can be remedied with simple and practical measures. Keeping computer equipment clean, for instance, can help

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Four ways to organise computer cables

While today’s technology often features wireless connectivity, many devices still require cables to connect to power sources and

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Why organising your PC is so important

Personal computers are now considered everyday equipment for enterprise offices. However, most users still only understand the operations they require to perform their daily tasks. An often overlooked area

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Why clicking buttons when IT issues arise causes more problems

Even the most tech savvy user may experience times when they encounter an issue with an app or their device that they have not come across before. When technology does not behave as expected it can be

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How often should you restart your computer?

The common question “did you try turning it off and on again?” is familiar to anyone who has sought out technical support when their computer is misbehaving, but it can sometimes be a useful solution. Many users are unsure

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Three questions to consider for improved PC performance

Whether you’ve got deadlines to meet or a rapid-fire workload, nothing is more infuriating than a slow machine. Expert technical help can often get your device back on track fast, but first, here are some tried and tested tactics you can try to speed up your PC. Ask yourself the following questions to get started: […]

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Setting up Office 365 Email on Outlook for Mac

https://youtu.be/cEKvE4XcYIAStep 1 Open Outlook and then go to the Outlook Menu  (if this is your first time opening Outlook it will go straight to the Add Account Window Step 4). Select Preferences. Step 2 Select Accounts  Step 3 On the Accounts window click on the plus and New Account. Step 4 Type in your email address […]

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