It just really p&%$#^ me off….

September 27, 2015

Every now and then you come across something that bugs you just so badly, that you really want to do something about it, but effectively your hands are tied, or it’s just not possible. They call this “Stress”.Our Sydney partner has been asked to assist with sorting out a phone system, a small firm of […]

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Illegal downloading in government’s sights as Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper takes aim at consumers, ISPs

July 29, 2014

THE days of downloading your favourite TV show for free could be numbered, with details emerging about the plans to crack down on internet piracy. A leaked discussion paper on the issue, published by news website Crikey, outlines measures the Federal Government is considering to curb illegal downloading, including forcing internet service providers (ISPs) to […]

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Check your internet security and visablity to others on the internet

July 21, 2014

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2 Check your internet security and visablity to others on the internet ideally you want to be fully stealthed.. The concern is that any web site can easily retrieve this unique “machine name” (just as we have) whenever you visit. It may be used to uniquely identify you on the Internet. In that way it’s […]

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Evolution….not Revolution

June 12, 2014

An Article on Next Generation Network (NGN): Evolution….not Revolution Evolution of Next Generation Network (NGN) from existing Network (Circuit/Packet Based) Existing Networks: At present, separate networks exist for voice, data, and for various others Networks. Over the years, network operators have been looking for a ‘service Independent network architecture’ which can facilitate rapid and economical […]

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Business Benefits of Video Conferencing

June 12, 2014

Good business depends on real-time, efficient information exchange. These exchanges need to be built on the foundations of reliable communication solutions and great support resources. Omega will help your organisation increase efficiency levels, turnover, market visibility and social responsibility through understanding your organisation’s unique communication needs and creating a tailor-made, turnkey solution to optimise business […]

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Why Monitoring IT Networks Is Crucial For Your Business

June 12, 2014

Overview With smart Systems Management, companies can have access to a secure online portal which lets them monitor and manage data centres, giving instant insight into the performance of the systems all the time Monitoring for a corporate network is a critical IT function that can save money in network performance, employee productivity and infrastructure […]

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What Are The Benefits of Managed Switches for Large Business and Unmanaged Switches For Small Business?

June 12, 2014

Ethernet devices, including computers, connect to the network switch via Ethernet cables. The switch is responsible for directing data to and from these devices. The switch also learns where to correctly send data to more efficiently use network resources. An unmanaged switch is a glorified hub. It means that the switch does its thing with […]

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Getting a New Website: 6 Web Designers Share Tips for Small Businesses

June 12, 2014

As reported by the Australian Bureau of Statistics nearly half of all Australian businesses have an online presence. Having a website is becoming the norm even for small businesses, but many fail to unleash the full potential of their site. What are the most frequent mistakes small businesses make when setting up a new website? […]

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What is ARP?

December 9, 2013

What is ARP?The Address Resolution Protocol (or ARP) is a very important part of IP networking. ARP is used to connect OSI Layer 3 (Network) to OSI Layer 2 (Data-Link). For most of us, that means that ARP is used to link our IP addressing to our Ethernet addressing (MAC Addressing). For you to communicate […]

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Users are sick and tired of having their machines hijacked by malware

December 7, 2011

Hi Folks. A lot has happened since yesterday’s email about Download.com’s antics (http://seclists.org/nmap-hackers/2011/5) and I wanted to send a quick update. First of all, several people complained about my angry tone and my telling Download.com to “F*ck” themselves. I appologize to anyone offended. But if you ever spend more than 14 years creating free software […]

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