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Computers Made Easy

Love them or hate them we all need to use them and once we start there's no going back.It doesn't matter if you are buying for the home or a business the question you all have to answer is which computer do I need? As you may already have found out the choice is huge and very confusing. We aim to remove the confusion and give clear advice on making the choice.

It is the lifeblood of all computers, software makes that piece of tin under your desk useful and functional. As well as helping you choose the right operating system e.g. Windows XP, Windows Vista or Linux, we look at the tools you will need to produce documents, send emails, work with pictures and generally make your computer save you time.

In many ways Broadband has become the most influential technology of the 21st Century. It's not so long ago Internet access was only available at a snail's pace over a telephone link and now most homes and businesses have access to relativley high speed Internet. Broadband has become the a mass market product and as always with mass market comes mass marketing and large companies promising you Nirvana. The deals seem too good to be true and as usual we find out all to often that they are. In this section we look at the fundametals of broadband internet access and help you get the level of service and value you require.

The internet has brought many benefits including the web, email, online shopping and social networking. All of these wonderful services must be provided or hosted on large computers somewhere out there in Internet world. As always not all providers give the same service and the price ranges consequently wide and varied. We give you the inside track on what to look for in hosting services. Many businessess now host databases or applications so their staff can work from home or anywhere that has an internet connection.

Once you have got all your computer equipment in place you will need someone to manage it and keep it running smoothly. Choosing an IT support provider can be a matter of pot luck but it doesn't have to be. By asking a few basic questions and being armed with your company requirements will make sure you get the support service that is appropriate to your needs and budget.



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