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General - March 31, 2010 - No Comments

Just in case no one saw the news post on our main site; we’re growing and looking for more team members. Check out the details and how to get in contact at this link – http://www.glo-networks.com/news.php#news-story-6

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In the next few months SP1 (Service Pack 1) will be released for Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7. It will contain the usual plethora of hotfixes and some new functions. One of the great new functions that we’ve been waiting on for months is the Dynamic Memory availability in Hyper-V. We’ve not got our […]

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Products go out of support fairly regularly. But what does it actually mean? In a nut shell there will be no further software updates, of any kind, from Windows/Microsoft Update. This means no feature updates, and most importantly absolutely no security updates. You have to admit, that’s a pretty big deal. Support ends for: Windows […]

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There are many ways to receive email to your devices with POP3 being about the most basic one. It’s also one of the oldest internet protocols and is perfect for just getting emails off a server to your PC. Its problems come from the fact that its about all you can do with it. So […]

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Yesterday was the birthday of one of the most ubiquitous terms of the past 10 years; on the 15th of March 2010 the .com top level domain was 25 years old! The first .com domain was registered on the 15th of March 1985 by computer manufacturer Symbolics Inc. however this did not mark the beginning […]

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TestDisk is one of those great little tools thats been around for a while. It started off in life as a tool to help recover lost partitions and and fix non-booting disks. Since then it’s grown somewhat and is now able to do a multitude of other useful things across a good selection of common […]

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A date has been set for the release of the latest edition of Microsoft’s Office productivity suite. According to Paul Thurrott in his WinInfo blog, Office 2010 will be generally available from the 15th of June 2010. This has since been backed up by an MS spokesman who has stated ÔÇ£we expect Office 2010 and […]

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Well it’s no supprise at all to read that Microsoft have withdrawn the Windows Essential Business Server from their product line. We were part of the closed beta back in late 2007 and even then I remember wondering why a customer would want this. Where as SBS is perfect for small businesses most companies want […]

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According to this help document on the Skype website they are no longer supporting or providing Skype for Windows Mobile. And within days of that annoucement it appears that Skype is now avalible on Symbian. Of course Windows Phone 7 isn’t Windows Mobile so they may well change their mind when it comes out. But […]

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Most companies start with a computer or two and at some point add a server. Maybe your company has already grown and now you have a several servers and a few desktops. Usually we find that an ad-hoc network is initially built by someone within the company who ‘knows about computers’ and they then end […]

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