22 March 2019

Defend against infrastructure attacks

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Defend against infrastructure attacks

The ideal choice for remote and branch offices and growing businesses

ProLiant ML110 Gen10

PN: P10811-371

Eclipse ID: 96908475

Offers optional redundant fan and redundant power supply to satisfy automatic fail-over needs, making this the ideal server for small- to mid-sized businesses, and remote and branch offices.

ProLiant ML350 Gen10

PN: P11050-371

Eclipse ID: 96908475

Delivers a secure dual-socket tower server with performance, expandability, and proven reliability making it the choice for expanding SMBs, remote offices of larger businesses, and enterprise data centres.

18 February 2019

Is your business ready for cyber litigation?

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Is your business ready for cyber litigation?

When household brands suffer data breaches, you’re on notice that your business could be the next potential target for cybercriminals.

This has the potential to impact your brand, reputation and worse. There are also regulatory and legal obligations in most jurisdictions that require you to safeguard and secure consumer data. Fail to do this and you risk exposing yourself to legal liability and even litigation from your partners, clients and customers.

The sensible thing to do is to have a policy and plan of action for dealing with cyber security breaches, with a clear awareness of the legal implications.

21 January 2019

Don’t open the door for data thieves

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Don’t open the door for data thieves

The stereotype of a computer hacker – where all it takes a few minutes of frenzied typing to access and control their target’s digital life – is looking more and more out of date. As organisations of all stripes getting serious about IT security, cybercrime is gaining a physical component.

21 January 2019

The device-as-a-service (DaaS) revolution is here

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The device-as-a-service (DaaS) revolution is here

From desktop computers and laptops to tablets and smartphones, equipping your business with all the devices you need to thrive in the digital era can be expensive. It's also difficult to manage a fleet of company-owned devices – most of which require regular updates and often become redundant when the next model is released.

21 January 2019

Blockchain offers enterprises a raft of opportunities

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Blockchain offers enterprises a raft of opportunities

Cryptocurrencies may have fixated everyone with their insane valuations that have hogged the limelight over the past few years, but as the hype dies down, the focus has rightfully shifted to blockchain, the technology that underpins those digital currencies.

21 January 2019

Can mobile tech do it all?

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Can mobile tech do it all?

The increasing power of mobile phones, tablets and other devices has challenged the traditional desktop and laptop computer.

Yet is it really possible to run your business from your phone? Is an iPad Pro a good substitute for a MacBook, or a Galaxy S9 a substitute for a PC? And where do devices like the Surface Pro fit into the ecosystem?

20 January 2019

Managing your data in the hybrid cloud

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Managing your data in the hybrid cloud

The idea of a hybrid cloud set-up – combining on-premises and off-site services – is an increasingly popular option for organisations of all sizes. But you do need some careful planning to make this type of implementation work.

20 January 2019

What the cloud can do for your business

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What the cloud can do for your business

Cloud computing services are right at the cutting edge of digital technology, allowing organisations large and small to streamline their operations and improve efficiency. These services, also known as ‘the cloud’, have since their inception been at the forefront of the digital revolution, with each iteration bringing an ever-expanding range of products and services.

20 January 2019

How to maintain your Active Directory

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How to maintain your Active Directory

Active Directory (AD) is a Microsoft technology that’s something like a phone directory for your network; as Microsoft explains, “it stores information about organizations, sites, systems, users, shares, and just about any other network object that you can imagine”.

20 January 2019

Securing your BYOD policy

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Securing your BYOD policy

Work practices have undergone a revolution in the digital age. Networked devices and more mobility have blurred the line between work and home as vast numbers of people perform their jobs across multiple platforms, often far from the office.

20 January 2019

Build an innovation platform for your business

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Build an innovation platform for your business

From the iPhone to the pet rock, the most lucrative business ideas tend to arise from a willingness to think outside the norm. But for every breakthrough, there are countless ideas that fail to take off.
That’s not necessarily because they were bad ideas; it’s because successful innovation relies just as much on the execution as it does on creative thinking.

20 January 2019

Using social media to boost your business

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Using social media to boost your business

Social media networks have billions of users; as of January 2018 the biggest network is Facebook and key platform user numbers include:

  • Facebook: 2.167 billion .......

20 January 2019

Boost innovation and productivity with digital collaboration

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Boost innovation and productivity with digital collaboration

Digital technology might have transformed the modern workplace, but every innovation inevitably throws up its own set of obstacles to overcome.

20 January 2019

Is your network killing collaboration?

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Is your network killing collaboration?

Old networking infrastructure is one of the biggest barriers to implementing a unified communications and collaboration strategy. Here's how SMB networks can handle the increased load, without requiring a significant hardware upgrade.

04 December 2017

HP Spectre 13

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HP Spectre 13

HP Spectre 13

Experience what the laptop was always meant to be. By bringing powerful, all-day performance and a stunning FHD2 touchscreen to a seductively thin and exceptionally crafted metal and carbon fiber design, the Spectre laptop is almost too good to be true. Exceptionally crafted at 10.4mm3, this masterfully sculpted chassis with a hidden hinge and full size keyboard is finished in two stunning coloUr options. As elegant as it is unprecedented, the ultra-slim Spectre laptop fuses liberating battery life4 with...

The world's thinnest touch laptop1

Experience what the laptop was always meant to be. By bringing powerful, all-day performance and a stunning FHD2 touchscreen to a seductively thin and exceptionally crafted metal and carbon fiber design, the Spectre laptop is almost too good to be true.


Innovative Features:

Seductive Craftsmanship

Exceptionally crafted at 10.4mm3, this masterfully sculpted chassis with a hidden hinge and full size keyboard is finished in two stunning colour options.

Hidden Coaxial Hinge

Drawing inspiration from high-end cabinetry, the hidden coaxial hinge was designed to fold flush, almost disappearing from view.

The Art of Power

As elegant as it is unprecedented, the ultra-slim Spectre laptop fuses liberating battery life4 with remarkable performance. With up to 11hrs 15min of battery life4 with Fast Charge5, take on your day without worrying about recharging.

Sophisticated Aesthetics and Materials

The seamless design carefully chiseled from aluminium and carbon fiber provides durability and artful refinement while remaining slim and lightweight.

Full Size Edge-to-Edge Backlit Keyboard

Keep going even in dimly lit rooms or aboard red-eye flights. With an illuminated keyboard, you can type comfortably in more environments. More room on your touchpad and multi-touch support makes controlling your PC effortless.

Eight-Million Pixels. Noticeably Eye-Opening

Revolutionise the way you experience your content with a nearly borderless display with 178o wide viewing angles9. With stronger, more durable protection, Corning® Gorilla® Glass NBT™ displays stand up to everyday bumps and scrapes.

 

1. Based on vendors shipping > 1 million units worldwide annually with clamshell design, Windows or OSX, measured at z-height as of 9/15/17. 2. Full high-definition (FHD) content required to view FHD images. 3. Measured at z-height. 4. Windows 10/ MM14 battery life will vary depending on various factors including product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, use, wireless functionality, and power management settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will naturally decrease with time and usage. See www.bapco.com for additional details. 5. Recharges your battery up to 50% within 30 minutes when the system is off (using “shut down” command). Recommended for use with the HP adapter provided with the laptop, not recommended with a smaller capacity battery charger. After charging has reached 50% capacity, charging speed will return to normal speed. Charging time may vary +/-10% due to System tolerance. Available on select HP Spectre 2-in-1 and HP x2 PC models. See http://store.hp.com for a full list of product features. 6. Multi-core is designed to improve performance of certain software products. Not all customers or software applications will necessarily benefit from use of this technology. Performance and clock frequency will vary depending on application workload and your hardware and software configurations. Intel’s numbering is not a measurement of higher performance. 7. For hard drives, TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual formatted capacity is less. Up to 35GB of hard drive is reserved for system recovery software. 8. Based on HP internal testing using CrystalDiskMark benchmarking software. Performance is sequentially faster (read only) compared to traditional 5,400 rpm HDD. 9. 4K display available on select models only. 4K content required to view full 4K images.

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