If you’ve been reading our previous posts on giving your PC a good spring clean, you’ll have seen just how much you can do to breathe new life into your computer. In this third and final spring clean post, we look at some more advanced things you can do to extend the life of your [...]
Faster and more efficient computers often come at the top of the priority list for most business owners, as well as their employees. The businesses benefits are clear; computers that can cope with complex applications and multi-tasking are going to make a business more efficient. Compared to the cost of a complete system refresh, installing [...]
While Mac Pros are the lure of many graphic designers, a well built PC can is often a more cost-effective workstation for those in need of a bit more processing grunt. If you work in anything visual – from graphic design to video editing – you know you need a lot more power than your [...]
Installing the CPU and motherboard Welcome to part 2 of our common sense guide to building your own PCs for your business. In part 1 we looked at all the components you need to build your new machine. So by now you should have gone to the online shop and, by following my highly scientific [...]
Ok, so most businesses tend to buy their machines ready built. But why? The chances are you’re reading this blog because you’re the more tech savvy one in your business. If you’re an IT manager you may already know how to build a PC. In that case this post isn’t for you, but we would [...]
What’s the catch? Today’s blog is a quick look at the Fujitsu Lifebook U772 Ultrabook. With most Ultrabooks being aimed at the consumer market (due...
We recently had Tristan Simmons from Netgear come into the BT Business Direct offices to talk about why 10 Gigabit connectivity is becoming an important topic...