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by Miles Burns | May 31, 2013

What you need to know about ADSL 4

Miles Burns
When shopping around for connectivity services, price is often a major concern. “How can we best maximise the potential of our service while minimising any costs?” Under this line...
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by Jovana Stevanovic | May 29, 2013

In Focus: Matthew Thompson 6

Jovana Stevanovic
This month we interviewed Matthew Thompson, GCOMM’s Business Development Manager and another one of the team members that has been with the company for well over 10 years. When...
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by Steve Cannard | May 24, 2013

Navigating the future direction of system integration

Steve Cannard
This article examines some of the challenges that today’s system integration companies face. The future is somewhat clouded because these companies need to choose the right path. It’s an...
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by Peter Thompson | May 22, 2013

Inspiration for great content production

Peter Thompson
Developing great content is quite a daunting task for some. Firstly, it is time consuming. In most cases it takes research, idea construction, elaboration, review, feedback, updates, diagrams and...
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by Vladimir Milanovic | May 17, 2013

The real value of web video in marketing

Vladimir Milanovic
Ubiquity of fast Internet access in recent years has enabled the smooth streaming of high definition video on both computers and mobile devices, making the video a desirable form...
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by Peter Thompson | May 15, 2013

Cloud providers – the backyard IT guy is back

Peter Thompson
In the recent past, people used to refer to the “backyard” computer guy or company. You know the one who worked in his garage. It is condescending of course...
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by Craig Deutsher | May 9, 2013

Data protection and recovery – features of Asigra v12

Craig Deutsher
LiveBackup’s underlying software vendor, Asigra, announced a new version of their backup solution a few months ago. Version 12 backs up all data into a single repository, offers cloud...
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by Steve Cannard | May 8, 2013

What is a managed service?

Steve Cannard
Maybe it’s an unusual question but one that I get asked regularly is what exactly is a managed service? Managed services are effectively outsourcing services that can cover a...
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by Peter Thompson | May 3, 2013

A story about a dream and a domain acquisition 2

Peter Thompson
I wanted to write about the story of a recent domain acquisition that is an interesting tale of how longevity, persistence and patience all play a part. The story...
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by Peter Thompson | May 1, 2013

IT service providers – what’s under the bonnet really counts 1

Peter Thompson
GCOMM has been a service provider for nearly 17 years. The development in telecommunications, managed services and cloud computing has seen rapid growth in the delivery of services which...
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