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Cutting corners is becoming a regular practice in all modern businesses today. We formally believe that cutting corners should be absolutely the last resort. Tying loose ends should be every businesses first priority. Sometimes these loose ends are not as easy to notice as we would expect them to be. We are all naturally looking at our financial books to find them, and as we may find some of them ...

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Once your VMWare Host OS has been setup, don't forget to setup your systems optional features. This list will be very useful to those administrators who are primarily offering remote support to their colleagues / office systems, and doing this right may mean the difference between “just an outage” and “support nightmare”. So… for that reason, we’ve decided to document our experience an...

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You wouldn't enter a marathon race with a flu, cold or pneumonia, would you? You only need healthy, well exercised legs for a race, right?

Seem like questions unrelated to your business, but are they?

Your Office Network is like an organism. It lacks feelings, but apart from that, it needs healthy and strong backbone to operate, it requires good (muscle) structure and ...

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All office networks were at some point simple and relatively easy to understand. As the company grows, so do needs for having a more robust network, management options, security, backups and throughput.

We will try to explain these networks in a language we hope will be relatively easy to understand and if you are recognizing your network and your situation in one or more than...

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Updating your virtual platform is one of riskiest, stressful operations you can take. However, in some cases this may be necessary in order for your virtual platform to operate properly.

Virtual platforms available today (vSphere, Hyper-V and others) often represent the backbone of your office network. Choosing the right platform is one of most important tasks your IT suppo...

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Problem where your Windows 7 and Windows Vista systems are having issues with Internet access may be caused by many issues. This time, we'll discuss one of the issues caused by Bonjour services installed on Windows systems (you may or may not be aware of this problem).

The simplest way to see if you are having this problem is to open the command line by clicking on START, typing C...

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Set up an Exchange account for your iPad 1.    Mail, Microsoft Exchange 2.    Input your account information: e-mail, password, description. You may simply use “Exchange” (default setting) for description, but you can either add more letters, like “SRBN Exchange” or change the name of your e-mail account altogether.

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Set up an Exchange account on your Android Tablet 1. On your device, go to Settings 2. On the list of options, click on Accounts and Sync 3. In the upright corner locate a button called Add account – and click on it. 4. From the list choose Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync (picture below) 5. In the next open box write your email addres...

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ANDROID:  Probably the most versatile of them all. It comes in so many shapes, forms and flavors that it is hard to imagine a mobile phone manufacturer or purpose that does not overlap with one of these devices. It is probably the most popular mobile device operating system of all times. But that’s not telling a lot, not telling anything new. The approach I’...

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Android or BlackBerry? iPhone or Android?
Yes, we’ll talk about it. These are our collective opinions, and you don’t necessarily have to agree with any of it. The sole purpose of this document is to share our point of view on “what device to use” in your environment. BACKGROUND:
These three most popular types of devices when it comes ...

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