Windows 10 update

  Windows 10 ceased to be a free upgrade on the 29th July 2016. Since then, millions of users have upgraded to Windows 10 and been extremely happy with the outcome. It’s left some people stuck with an older operating system, believing they can no longer upgrade for free. However, you can still upgrade! At…

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Marwell Zoo Testimonial

Marwell is an award winning zoo who take their green credentials seriously by utilising local suppliers. Dave Whitehead said: “When we were searching for a fibre and Cat5 installer, our primary requirement was to find a partner we could have a good relationship with. We needed flexibility and a friendly, ‘can do’ attitude to accommodate…

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Introducing Purefone

  We are now able to offer customers an exciting new hosted telephony system that’s fully adaptable to the needs of all kinds of businesses – large and small. Purefone is run on BT’s highly resilient and secure next generation network. Click to download more information

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Low Price Fibre Broadband

Our Faster Fibre Broadband is more stable, powerful and up to 4.5 times faster than standard broadband. This gives you the speed you want and your monthly rental will not change for the whole of the contract, guaranteed. Contact us now for availability in your area. For our full range of connectivity services click here

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Christmas Opening Hours

We wish all our readership a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and thank you for all your business throughout 2015. Our offices will be closed from midday on Christmas Eve and will re-open at 9am on Monday 4th January. We will be available for remote support and call-outs on Tuesday 29th through…

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Windows 10 News

Since the release of Windows 10 back in July, we have been looking at this new operating system and advising clients on whether to upgrade or not. For those with Windows 8 it is a no brainer to be honest. If your hardware is less than 3 years old and you find the Windows 8…

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Windows XP RIP

Such was the success of Windows XP, and also the failure of Windows Vista to be recognised as its successor, that the number of people still using XP after over 10 years is quite immense. Microsoft no longer support or provide security updates so the tipping point in terms of use and security has now…

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