From the monthly archives: March, 2014

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ITbuilder Answers Your Questions About Office 365

Cloud Based Productivity Services By Microsoft Office 2013 offers the opportunity to try out the cloud-based productivity service Office 365 which ITbuilder thinks is ideal for small to medium sized businesses. There are many great reasons for you to consider using Office 365 and here our team answers your most commonly asked questions: Q. What is cloud based productivity? A cloud based productivity plan can incorporate a number of different solutions, however, put simply, they enable users to work remotely, collaborate from different locations and using different devices. For example, an International company using cloud based solutions can have employees in different countries or perhaps even on the move, using mobile, tablet, desktop and all collaborating together. The traditional idea of a team needing to be in the same office using the same products and a server is now obsolete with cloud productivity. Q. What is Office 365 Office 365 is a cloud-based suite from Microsoft which is offered as ...

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5 Reasons to switch to dual monitors

Walk into any modern office today and you will see that many employees have dual monitors on their desks. Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OS X have factored in support for dual monitor technology so the process is actually very simple. At ITbuilder we have noticed a dramatic rise in requests for dual monitor technology but also that some of you are worried it will be an expensive and in depth process, yet it is neither! What is dual monitor technology? Well, it’s simple. You have two monitors connected via dual outputs on your computer providing double the screen real-estate and enabling you to compare documents, drag/drop, copy/paste and generally speed up your workflow. If you haven’t yet made the switch to a dual monitor office environment then you might want to consider the following reasons to make the change. 5 Reasons To Switch To Dual Monitors You can increase workforce productivity by 20 to 50 percent! Yes really! This is because dual monitors negat ...

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Introducing Two New Team Members At ITbuilder.

ITbuilder has gone from strength to strength in the past years due to its competitive pricing and simple flexible IT solutions. Our client portfolio has rapidly grown in line with our great reputation and as such so has our expert team. At the beginning of 2014 we added two new team members to ITbuilder and we can't resist showing them off. So take a moment and get to know Laura and William. Laura Scott -Technical Assistant Laura joined ITbuilder in 2014 as an IT Support Representative following her A-Level studies in Information Technology and yearlong IT apprenticeship. Laura is a great communicator and skilled at handling and troubleshooting technical queries for the company’s large client portfolio. Her role is to ensure the smooth running of company and client systems and to keep the “all boy” ITbuilder team in line and working to the best of their abilities. Laura is organised, knowledgeable, positive and proactive – the perfect combination for a Technical Ass ...

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Windows XP Support To End

Can you believe Windows XP has been with us for 12 years?  The team at ITbuilder agrees that it seems like only yesterday but in fact after 12 years Microsoft will be ending their support of Windows XP. Windows XP is a Microsoft operating system used mainly on personal home computers and laptops and it has become one of the most widely-used operating systems. We know that many of you are still using XP so ITbuilder has detailed below some points you may wish to consider. When Does It End? Support for Windows XP will end on April 8, 2014. So Telephone Support Finishes? Actually we are not referring to just telephone support but in fact all the associated security updates for the Windows XP operating system. After April 8th these will all be stopped automatically. So What Should You Do? Don’t panic it will all be ok!  ITbuilder recommends that its customers migrate over to a modern operating system such as Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. Ok, we know some of you are not 8.1 fans due to the bran ...

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  1. Re: Veeam - Cannot backup files in a Windows 2012 R2 cluster

    Hello dear, getting bellow error. 6/9/2017 2:15:33 PM :: Unable to create snapshot (Microsoft Software...

    -- Subodh

  2. Re: Veeam - Cannot backup files in a Windows 2012 R2 cluster

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    -- Henry George

  4. Re: Veeam - Cannot backup files in a Windows 2012 R2 cluster

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    -- HEIKI

  5. Re: Countdown to GameOver Zeus Virus

    Great advice- think I'd better start having a PC cleanup starting with all the saved passwords! :)

    -- Charli

  6. Re: Veeam - Cannot backup files in a Windows 2012 R2 cluster

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    -- Nizam