SSD DRIVES (Solid State Data Drives)

SSD DRIVES (Solid State Data Drives)

What does SSD actually mean? SSD stands for: Solid State Drive. Perhaps you are familiar with USB memory sticks; so SSD is essentially a large USB memory stick. SSDs do not have moving parts inside and all information is stored in microchips. All old HDD hard disk drives use a mechanical arm with a “read and write” head which is moving around and reading information from the a storage platter. This is the main reason why SSDs are much faster than HDDs. Read More »

How to Choose the Right Web Hosting Package for You

How to Choose the Right Web Hosting Package for You

So first of all, what is Web Hosting?

Web hosting is a service which allows us to upload webpages and full websites on the internet. Hosting providers allow the necessary technologies and services required in order for users to view our website or webpage on the internet. Generally one websites is often stored one hosting provider’s server. I say generally as you may split out your website over a number of servers if you have for example online email and other online applications, but this is quite advanced so let’s stick to the basics. One website generally have one hosting server.

 

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Business Management System – to give your company the edge it needs.

Business Management System – to give your company the edge it needs.

There are many recognised advantages of managing your business by utilising modern technology, which is why most modern companies take advantage of computing to some degree. Your company may utilise technology such as email and chat applications, filing document digitally and having meeting via video conferencing, but this doesn’t mean you are fully utilising new technology to manage your business efficiently and effectively.

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Operating System Security in 2016

Operating System Security in 2016

Does your operating system introduce risk to your business: Operating System Security in 2016

Acceptable risk comes up in conversation when talking about Operating systems security as although it is a basic requirement, it is something which introduces potential security challenges as well. So unless your IT staff understand each section of code in an operating system’s complex software then it is unlikely you can guarantee that there is no security concerns associated with it.

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New OS Microsoft Unix

New OS Microsoft Unix

Microsoft have decided to release their own distribution of Unix, and make it available to clients of their Azure platform. For those who aren’t aware Azure is essentially a cloud computing platform created by Microsoft. This platform represents a global network of Microsoft managed datacentre servers which allow clients access to manage applications and services remotely.

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