‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

How to set up a Business Facebook page

The first think to know is Facebook is developed primarily for people to connect to people. All company, brand or business are initially created from a personal account. If you are going to have a business account, you must start from your personal account. Facebook business pages are similar to personal timelines. A big difference

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Setting up a Business page on LinkedIn

We all know that LinkedIn is an extremely useful tool for recruiting staff, job hunting, networking and of course prospecting. With a Company Pages, LinkedIn can also be used as a powerful marketing tool to compliment your social media marketing campaigns. You may be asking yourself: do I really need a Company Page? Is this

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How to fix a dead iPhone

The iPhone has grown into one massive product for Apple. In just over 7 years, since the initial iPhone was released in 2007 Apple has sold hundreds of millions of units. With no moving parts apart from the home button and column controls they have proved exceedingly reliable. You still see people using iPhone 3Gs

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Microsoft terminates XP in 53 days

After 12 years, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will end on April 8, 2014. There will be no more security updates or technical support for the Windows XP operating system. Windows XP was the most widely used operating system in the world until August 2012, when Windows 7 overtook it, according to web

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BT Super Fast in GU5 getting closer

A new BT Green Box is now installed in Albury to service broadband clients in the Albury GU5 9AF post code area. This is the pluming for the fibre optic cable to connect from the local exchange at Shere to this new local distribution point. Consumers will still connect to the BT Box with good

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Password management solutions – We review 3 of the best

Managing multiple passwords We wrote a piece earlier this year about the importance of security and especially passwords and referenced an article from Wired magazine about a sophisticated hacker attack. As a follow-up we have been reviewing a number of Password tools to help create, manage and administer strong passwords. These days, it’s hard for

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More signs of progress from BT in Albury

More digging We have a BT Open Reach work crew outside the Albury Estate. Are they finally bringing high-speed fiber optical cable to our local distribution box? The crew is digging up the pavement, traffic lights are in use and much noise as they dig. The Surrey SuperFast Project has committed in bringing Hi Speed

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Taybridge Consulting improves Domain Purchasing service

Taybridge Consulting adds domain registration, purchase and management services to its product portfolio of Internet Services. Clients can either ask Taybridge to manage their domains as a service or they can purchase and manage domains and hosting themselves. With the continued growth in top-level domains and the expanding number on websites it is now more

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Recycling old computers

What to do with computers that reach their end of life? Yes those old Dells running Windows XP with sub 100Mb hard drives and floppy disks. They have no resale value. Even a half decent Windows PC has a minimum resale value. With the price of reasonably powerful office PCs at a few hundred pounds

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Single Page Websites

Single Page Websites

More and more websites are built on a One Page design. Let’s look at what that means and investigate the pros and cons of One or Single Page sites. Firstly – what is a one page website? The answer not surprisingly is – A website that has only one page and where the reader scrolls

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