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Archive for May, 2012

by Steve Cannard | May 31, 2012

Internal IT systems – best practices revealed 1

Steve Cannard
GCOMM built a reputation by providing exceptional service to Australian businesses. The company has been awarded for its innovation and integrity, and continually improves both its services and infrastructure....
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by Jay Lehnert | May 29, 2012

VoIP made for business 2

Jay Lehnert
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become one of the prominent features of IT in the recent years. It uses internet to carry voice calls to any telephone worldwide....
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by Jovana Stevanovic | May 24, 2012

Hunch and mind-reading = the future or the threat?

Jovana Stevanovic
Not too long ago, Mark Zuckerberg ambushed and thrilled us once again with an entirely new concept of his outrageously popular social network, Facebook. It included the now widely-praised...
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by Steve Cannard | May 24, 2012

In Focus: Nic Passmore 1

Steve Cannard
At a very young age of 29, Nic Passmore is the general manager of the taxi division at Sigtec Australia and has been a customer of GCOMM for 10...
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by Jay Lehnert | May 22, 2012

SQL server – How to backup and restore

Jay Lehnert
SQL server refers to a relational database management system, and can apply to any database management system that can respond to queries formatted in SQL language. This means the...
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by Todd Brooker | May 21, 2012

Biz-eNet case study

Todd Brooker
Biz-eNet challenge: To improve their competitive edge, Biz-eNet needed an ISP with a large diversity of last mile tails and national/international coverage. To complete their offering and start building...
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by Jovana Stevanovic | May 17, 2012

What happens to digital data after you die?

Jovana Stevanovic
  In the past, dividing someone’s assets after their death was pretty simple in most cases, especially if they left a will. However, these assets were almost entirely physical....
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by Jovana Stevanovic | May 17, 2012

Digital death

Jovana Stevanovic
Have you ever thought what would happen to your digital life after you die?   Picture taken from: www.extremetech.com       ♦ End
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by Adam Tessieri | May 12, 2012

Hybrid backup – the logical step in cloud migration

Adam Tessieri
With so many companies operating large volumes of business-critical data, its protection has become a hot topic over the last few years. Companies are wondering where to start when...
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by Matthew Thompson | May 9, 2012

High availability server infrastructure 1

Matthew Thompson
Companies operate under a significant amount of pressure. Logistics nowadays are implemented in a way which inherently means any possible downtime and software/hardware failure would bear disastrous consequences for...
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