1. Keeping your PC clean


    When it comes to cleaning PCs, it’s not just about keeping the software clean. You also need to take care when it comes to dust build up inside your PC workstation. Build up of dust inside the actual PC, can reduce the cooling efficiency which, in turn, could reduce the life span of your computer.

    Ideally, you need to clean your computer every 6 - 12months to avoid the build up of dust and to keep the PC running cool. An average computer could last for around 3 – 5 years, but by cleaning it regularly, you could extend this by a few more years. Not only does this save you time and money, but it also reduces the amount of e-waste being generated, therefore helping the environment. If you manage the IT in a business, think of the money you could save the business by cleaning the computers!

    Unsure of how to clean your PC by yourself? It’s a very simple process and only requires a cloth and a can of compressed air (which you can buy from any computer shop). Here’

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  2. Technologies to watch out for in 2021

    2021 looks to be an exciting year in technology. Read our blog to find out more about the trends to watch out for in the coming year!

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  3. BBC: "Ditch new tech to fight climate change"

    The BBC article suggests that we should ditch new technology in order to fight climate change. This blog will take you through the effect that technology is having on the environment, and how we can reduce our carbon footprint.

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  4. Choosing the right PC for your business

    Businesses need PCs; that is a fact. But choosing the right PC for your business is important, as your decision can cost a lot of money. We have some simple tips to take you step by step through the buying process, to make it easier and cheaper for you and your business.

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  5. Factors to Consider When Buying a Motherboard

    The motherboard is a fundamental part of a PC system, and is something that is often overlooked in favour of components like the processor and RAM. However, choosing the right motherboard for your build is important and can be quite complicated as there are lots of things to take into consideration. This blog should help you to pick the right one!

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  6. The Importance of Data Erasure

    When disposing of IT equipment, people often overlook the need to erase personal data from the devices. If devices go on to be refurbished and resold, personal data could fall into anyone’s hands. This could have devastating consequences. In this blog, we will discuss why it is important to fully erase data from electronic goods.

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  7. Rack vs Blade Servers

    There are different types of server and sometimes it is difficult to know which you might need. This blog discusses the difference between rack and blade servers and how to tell which you might need.

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