Reminder IIA 17th Annual Gala Dinner Sydney, Thursday 20 February 2014 Communication MP is
Keynote Speaker Malcolm Turnbull @TurnbullMalcolm @citsstore. Internet Industry Association IIA stated 'The IIA calls on the Government to provide details on how it plans to accelerate progress on the NBN rollout. The worst possible outcome for the NBN and the Australian economy would be for the forecast rollout timeframes and costs to blow-out to the extent claimed by the Coalition becoming reality'.
It's important to not let your computer, iPad, smartphone, laptop and tablets overheat in hot environments. During these warmer months your electronic devices will very quickly heat up. With the recent heat waves sweeping across Australia we have seen temperatures in the 40degrees range. This extreme weather in combination with our tablets and smartphones being operated will run at high internal temperatures. Heat is very damaging to these sensitive electronic devices if exposed longterm, for example a battery's life will be shortened.
#iycr2014 the UN have declared 2014 international year of crystallography iycr2014.org since it's 100years since X-ray discovery and also learning how to visualise the 3D structure of molecules.
The International Year of Crystallography 2014 (IYCr2014) commemorates not only the centennial of X-ray diffraction, which allowed the detailed study of crystalline material, but also the 400th anniversary of Kepler’s observation in 1611 of the symmetrical form of ice crystals, which began the wider study of the role of symmetry in matter.
Criminals are unleashing malicious software on chemists throughout Australia to extort money from them. The hackers are using 'ransomware' to lock pharmacies computers and then threatening to destroy patients (customers) private health records unless the chemist pays large amounts of money. Ransomware can find its way onto someone's computer system by opening a malicious email attachment, clicking a malicious disguised link, instant message link or even malicious website.
The biggest Consumer Electronics Show 2014 a.k.a CES2014 has started in Las Vegas Nevada USA. All the major electronic companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Epson, Mozilla, LG, Samsung, Panasonic, and Sony are showcasing their new innovative products.
Management has advised product prices will be frozen for 2014. Meaning no price increases for the next 12 months on the whole range of goods available. Thus CITS Store customers can buy items online from our ecommerce website knowing their getting value for money.
Get ready for digital television Australia in 2013. That's what our government has been harking about all year. You've no doubt seen the Government paid TV ads airing and the online internet ad campaigns running in conjunction with the electrical retailers hoping you'll shop at their stores.
Basically the older system named analogue will be replaced with the newer digital system because it offers more benefits to the consumers and broadcasters.
SmartPhone security software to protect your mobile phones and tablets are now on the consumer market. Bitdefender Mobile Security will help keep your Android type mobile devices safe. Bitdefender provides 6 main areas of protection. They have won several awards for their Mobile Security.
Well the newest HDMI version 2.0 specification has been released with significant improvements being made from previous versions such as 1.4b. The increased bandwidth is reported to be up to 18Gbps and support for the ever-evolving electronics market has been incorporated into the specification to enhance video and audio enjoyment for humans.
We recently had a client forget his password for a Vista Home operating system account. His only administrator account was his and there was no password recovery CD made originally. Hence they contacted our IT support staff to assist with his problem.