Every business from that small coffee house down the street to an international advertising agency, needs to know that they can rely on their computers to perform without a hitch. However, even the most well thought of and designed network of computers can at times be problematic. Read More»
Have you experienced problems with your server lately? It is estimated that one in every three businesses in Sydney experience server problems which results in loss of business. While most big businesses that use a number of servers may have a dedicated team of their own to manage the load, backup and other aspects of running a server, this approach is not practical for most small and medium businesses. Read More»
At Philips IT we are one of the leaders in Business IT support and various other solutions like private cloud, managed IT services and support in Sydney since 1999. We have also been Microsoft Small Business Specialists and Microsoft Silver Midmarket Solution Partners for over 12 years. Read More»
This month in Up and Coming Technologies we will be discussing the very exciting trend of Windows based business tablets.
When most people think tablets they think of iPads and Android tablets. These are great for games and general content consumption, but at the end of the day they are just overgrown mobile phones with relatively low power and capability.
This month in My Infrastructure we are discussing internet connections. Not your boring old ADSL connections, but the absolute best you can get out of Australia’s copper network.
It’s no surprise to anyone in Australia that our internet infrastructure isn’t quite up to the standards of North America, Europe and Asia. In particular, our inability to send data at speeds no faster than we could 10 years ago is a real issue for businesses looking for productivity benefits. Read More»
This week we have seen a number of businesses infected with ransomware.
A virus that can take a hold of your data, encrypt it so it cannot be accessed and then hold it to ransom until you pay large sums of money.
There is no guarantee that paying the ransom amount will give you access back to you data. In many cases the data is destroyed. Read More»
If you aren’t already aware, “the cloud” has become industry slang for moving your services and information into datacentres where they are then accessed through the internet.