CJ Systems Achieves Small Business Specialization from Cisco in UK

CJ Systems announced today it has achieved the Small Business Specialization from Cisco.  The Small Business Specialization recognizes Cisco resale channel partners that focus on meeting the technology and services needs of small businesses. “The Cisco Small Business Specialization was created in response to customer demand for channel partners capable of designing and implementing Cisco…

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So what’s this IPv6 thing anyway?

Today, June 8th 2011 is World IPv6 day. Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Akamai and Limelight Networks will be amongst some of the major organisations offering their content over IPv6 for a 24-hour period. The aim is to motivate organizations across the industry – Internet service providers, hardware manufacturers, operating system vendors and web companies – to prepare their services for IPv6…

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Is your office up to speed?

Are you experiencing slow connectivity even when you’re in the same building as your servers and switches? Sometimes old, damaged or poor cabling behind the scenes can be the cause of data loss, system hangs, software crashes and loss of productivity. You may be purchasing new computers with gigabit network adapters – capable of running…

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So what is BI and how can I use it?

usiness Intelligence is all about making better decisions and improving your business by sharing the results of your analysis with others.

Acceptable Use Policy – Common Myths

When talking to clients and fellow business owners we have found that there are a number of myths which seem to surround the area of employee use of the Internet and email and the consequent monitoring by employers. For example: Personal use of IT systems is a must Many employers seem to be under the…

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The Cost of Email Downtime

Email is the primary communication and file transfer tool for most organisations. It is the backbone for a growing number of mission-critical business processes. Consider the following: Three-quarters of all content sent by users flow via email. The typical email user spends more than one-quarter of his or her day working in email. For the…

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iPhone or Blackberry – Which is right for business?

With the introduction of the iPhone 4, some would say that Apple have secured their hold on the business mobile communications market.  Yet, before the iPhone burst onto the scene Blackberry, as perfected by Research in Motion, dominated the business world.  The Blackberry is and has always been a business tool, it integrates seamlessly into your current…

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