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We all know that when IT goes wrong, stress follows. Stress caused by downtime and the immediate frustration of staff. As a business person you know – downtime means lost money and productivity, sometimes even lost opportunities. Because of this, your IT Support provision should be regarded as an essential business requirement.

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Windows Phone beats iOS sales in China
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Google patents augmented reality Project Glass design
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Dell to cut UK workforce
Box shifter 'grows business' by trimming headcount
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Pirate Pay torrent 'blocker' backed by Microsoft
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Facebook app store launches amid mobile revenue worries
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Yahoo chief executive Scott Thompson steps down
The chief executive of computer firm Yahoo has stepped down, amid accusations that a fake computer science degree was included on his CV.
Facebook tests 'pay to promote post' tool
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Amazon-owned Zappos warns users after cyber-attack
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Hackers spread malware via children's gaming website
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Twitter unhappy about Google's social search changes
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Samsung will report record profits as smartphones surge
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HTC reports its first ever drop in profits
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iOS 5's iMessage chops carrier SMS routing traffic
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Google search home page revamp promotes other services
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Internet Explorer will update automatically
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French presidential Palace caught out for ‘pirating’
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Google's Siri-a-like to be named 'Majel' after Trek actress
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Bill Gates will not return to Microsoft
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American Airlines adopts Samsung Galaxy Tab for in-flight entertainment
Another step towards tablets taking over the world
Microsoft shuffles its Windows Phone management team
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Recruitment executive loses job over a 'reply to all' email blunder
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Apple recruits Siri engineers
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McAfee axes 250 jo
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10 billion apps have been downloaded from Android Market
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HTC sales drop 30 per cent in November
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Dell discontinues its Streak 7 tablet
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Microsoft to offer dual upgrade path for Windows 8
Microsoft will change its upgrade procedures when it introduces Windows 8, offering a simple system for home users and a more technical option for IT staff.
Apple iOS 5 Error 3200
Apple servers tumble as Ios 5 downloaders melt their servers!
M&S customers hit by Epsilon e-mail hack
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Google goes shopping for patents
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UK radio pushes online listening
Many of the UK's biggest radio broadcasters have joined forces to launch a system for listening to their stations over the internet.
Microsoft takes Google complaint to EU
Microsoft is to take an anti-competition complaint against Google to the European Commission.
Ofcom acts to cut home phone and broadband prices
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Microsoft launches a thin-and-light Windows 7
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Amazon unveils cloud music player
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The iPad 2 is here!
Well it is on sale tonight form 5pm!
Blackberry Playbook tablet first impressions
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Apple makes record profits of $6bn in last three months
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T-Mobile clarifies mobile phone data cap
T-Mobile has clarified its policy on mobile data use after anger from its customers.
Google launches Nexus S phone in UK and US
Google has made its second bid for a slice of the mobile phone market, with the launch of its Nexus S phone.
Samsung shifts 1 million Tabs
Samsung shifts 1 Million Galaxy Tabs!
Virgin Media offers 100Mbps broadband to cable users
Virgin Media is set to turn up the dial on its cable network, offering users speeds of up to 100Mbps (megabits per second).
Bill does not use an Mac
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Apple marries iPad with laptops in new MacBook Air
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Cyber attacks and terrorism head threats facing UK
Attacks on computer networks are among the biggest emerging threats to the UK, the government has said in its new national security strategy.
Microsoft bets to win in the cloud and rival Google
Microsoft has ramped up its battle with Google in wooing business customers with its next generation cloud-based product.
Microsoft software head Ray Ozzie resigns
Ray Ozzie, chief software architect of Microsoft and proponent of cloud computing, has resigned unexpectedly
Two Million PC infected with Botnets
The US leads the world in numbers of Windows PCs that are part of botnets, reveals a report.
Google Developing a Self-Driving Car – And It Works
Google is developing - and has extensively tested - technology to build an autonomously self-driving car, Google said on Saturday.
Microsoft launches Windows Phone 7 smartphones
Microsoft has launched Windows Phone 7, its latest attempt to break into the lucrative smartphone market.
Laptop Heat Warning
Makes you feel all toastie inside!
BBC Micro makes a comeback
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Internet Explorer 9 - will they get back to 90% domination?
Microsoft today released the first beta of Internet Explorer 9
Twitter gets a re-vamp
Twitter has undergone its first major facelift which aims to provide a rich multi-media experience for its 160 million users.
Nokia begins smartphone fightback with new handsets
Finnish phone giant Nokia has vowed to fight back as it battles for customers in the increasingly competitive smartphone market.
Nokia begins smartphone fightback with new handsets
Finnish phone giant Nokia has vowed to fight back as it battles for customers in the increasingly competitive smartphone market.
Google go instant!
Results happen as you type them - it's an industry first and I am sure everyone will follow!
Happy Birthday Chrome
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Samsung take on the iPad
Samsung has become the latest challenger to enter the tablet computer battle, unveiling its Galaxy Tab at the IFA conference in Berlin.
Call to improve password security
The growing use of graphics cards as surrogate supercomputers could spell trouble for users of short passwords.
Apple iPhone boss leaves company
The Apple executive who oversaw development of the troubled iPhone 4 is leaving the company.
Bank scam targets 100,000 people in the UK
A network of thousands of compromised computers that is being used to harvest online banking details has been uncovered in the UK.
Bigger, Stronger, Faster
The target was to get every IT Support call answered within 30 seconds - we did it!
Microsoft announces Windows tablet PC plans
Tablet devices which run the Windows 7 operating system will launch in the coming months, according to Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer.
Hackers target Microsoft Windows XP support system
Hi-tech criminals are "escalating" attacks on an unpatched bug in the Windows XP help and support system.
Sex domain gets official approval
Official approval has been given for the creation of an internet domain dedicated to pornography.
Unlimited data deals on mobiles wither away
The launch of Apple's iPhone 4 also marks the end of unlimited smartphone data plans from major UK mobile phone companies.
Technology milestone heralds a more secure internet
Moves to make the web's address system more secure will take a major step forward next month.
iPhone 4, its here!
Today at the WWDC keynote in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the newest iPhone — the iPhone 4.
Dell Streaks – in a Big Way!
Dell has recently launched its “Streak” mobile phone, running Android 1.6.
Google Hits Trouble Down Under
Google’s StreetView team appear to have landed the organisation in hot water with the Australian Authorities recently...
The Big Apple!
Apple has pushed past arch-rival Microsoft to become the world's biggest technology company.
Choosing the right server
Choosing the wrong server can be a costly mistake and not just on the machine but also downtime and lost productivity.
Death of the Floppy Drive
Sony finally accepts what we all knew – The Floppy Disk is Dead Sony has today announced that it will be ceasing production of Floppy Disk in its homeland of Japan, in March 2011
Shocker : iPhone and iPad are not flashy at all
Before the naysayers (read: “Apple Fanboys”) break out their disagreement drums, we should explain.
3D without the glasses
Toshiba does away with the glasses!
Watchdog calls for Google break-up
A California-based consumer watchdog called, er... Consumer Watchdog is calling for a Department of Justice investigation into Google.
Zeus Virus ready to take your bank details
The previous version of this virus was bad, this is a whole lot worse!
mcafee get it wrong
Anti-virus software company McAfee have today been forced to issue sincere and grovelling apologies to its customers across the globe after releasing the soon-to-be infamous “Update 5958”. This update to its virus definitions database wrongly identifies
Microsoft Fit It!
Microsoft Debut Fix-It Module for XP and Vista
When Was Your Server Last Patched
Can you remember the last time you checked the status of your server?
How Efficient is your IT Support
A brief overview of your IT Support service could do your business wonders!
Volcano Erupts in South Iceland
An Icelandic volcano, dormant for 200 years, has erupted, ripping a 1km-long fissure in a field of ice
Low solar activity link to cold UK winters
The UK and continental Europe could be gripped by more frequent cold winters in the future as a result of low solar activity, say researchers.
Rutland village installs own high speed broadband
Residents in a village in Rutland have clubbed together to raise £37,000 to install their own high speed broadband after getting fed up of waiting for large companies to provide the service.
Wireless electricity could be just months away
In 1905 the Serbian inventor Nikola Tesla built a huge 18-storey tower in Long Island.
Techies guide to the UK election
An overview of what the Tekkies think to the UK Election
Apple delays iPad Launch
Apple is to delay the international release of its touchscreen tablet computer, the iPad, by one month. It will now launch the device around the world at the end of May, and will begin accepting pre-orders on 10 May.
Smartphone maker Palm up for sale
Handheld device maker Palm is in the market for a buyer, as sales of its latest smartphones fail to catch up rivals such as Apple and BlackBerry.
Microsoft Debuts New Mobile Phone
Microsoft has launched a phone called the Kin aimed at younger users and geared towards social networking.
Twitter unveils advertising plans
Twitter has said it will allow advertising on its site for the first time. It seems everyone is getting in on this!
Twitter used to predict box office hits
Micro-blogging service Twitter can be used to predict the future box-office takings of blockbuster films, according to researchers at Hewlett Packard (HP).
Is your email reliable
More and mroe businesses are finding their email more andmore unreliable - read more
Top 2 of Google for IT Support
Nemark hit position 2 for the term IT Support in Google.
Facebook and the Election
Social Networking site Facebook help unregistered more
New On Line IT Support System
To increase IT Support Services, Nemark have invested in a new on line support facility
iPhone V4.0 OS
Apple unveils new OS for the iPhone today - read more
For Sale - Bebo
Bebo looks like it is going up for sale or even closed down!
Broadband Tax Scrapped
The government sacrifices its £6-a-year tax on landlines in order to push the rest of the Finance Bill through parliament.
Apple iPad wi-fi problems
Owners of the new fab iPad are reporting problems with the wi-fi device - read more
Your Data Is Not Secure
Today’s technical news sites are covering a deeply unsettling story relating to hacking on a massive scale, targeting sensitive information stored on various computer systems across the globe. The focus of the attack appears to have been centred on India
Apple Boss Steve Jobs takes
Apple boss Steve Jobs has announced that he is to take "medical leave" from the company.
£98 PCs target UK digital divide
Low-cost computers are to be offered as part of a government scheme to encourage millions of people in the UK to get online for the first time.
Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter considering “nuclear option” to protest SOPA
The battle against SOPA reached fever pitch just before Christmas

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