Blog archives for 2017

iMac Pro – What Else Can You Get for your Money?

23rd December 2017

Apart from a small car or a dream holiday… The iMac Pro is here with a starting price of £4899 configurable into the £13000 mark… apart from a small car or a great holiday could there be computing alternatives.So what alternatives are there to the iMac Pro, and does it represent good value. The first issue […]

GDPR – It's The End Of The World As We Know It!

15th December 2017

Hold onto your hats, the world is coming to an end! On May 25th 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect, and the world as we know it will end! The implementation of the GDPR is going to have effects in every corner of the digital world. There will be marketing teams […]

Microsoft Surface for Education

7th December 2017

When it comes to the education sector, most schools have been using Apple’s Macbooks and iPads which work really well for them. However, the release of Microsoft’s Surface range means that there is now a great alternative to those iPads and Macbooks. A study conducted by FutureSource found that Apple iOS and MacOS devices are […]

Are Apple getting serious about VR game development?

5th December 2017

There have been issues with some older Apple computers not supporting VR game development and users finding it difficult to work out which are compatible and which are not.  But that will not be the case for much longer as things are changing for the good with the introduction of Apple’s new High Sierra OS. […]

The next developments for the Mac Pro

1st December 2017

Next year could be a big one for Mac users, with the announcement from Apple that we’ll soon be seeing a radical revamp to the Mac Pro. But what is in store and when might we see these big changes? Here’s everything we know so far. When is it coming? In April 2017, Apple made […]

What Does High Sierra mean for VR Developers?

25th November 2017

The release of Apple’s new operating system, High Sierra, has seen a whole host of additions and improvements aimed at VR developers. Join us as we delve in and take a look at them in more depth! Metal 2 API – what it is and what it does Included in the High Sierra update and […]

New Start Businesses – Lease Application Process Explained

16th November 2017

So you’ve got a new start business and you want to lease your IT equipment. What do you need to do, and how does it work? If you are a new business you are probably well aware of how difficult it is to establish a credit history, as well as how traditional financing methods such […]

8th Gen. CPU's are here and they're fast!

8th November 2017

Intel announced their new 7th Gen Kaby Lake processors just last year but, in the blink of an eye, in August they announced their new 8th Gen CPUs. Designed specifically for the premium ranges of thin and light notebooks and 2-in-1s, according to Intel these new 8th-gen processors will keep the Kaby Lake name and be referred to as […]

Storage – Why Use A NAS?

29th October 2017

We know our customers and blog readers are pretty savvy when it comes to technology, but just in case you were wondering NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. In recent years we’ve all been storing more and more information in ‘the cloud’, entrusting some of the most important things in our lives to third party […]

GDPR simplified

23rd October 2017

Click Here… and we’ll email you our simple guide… We’re now less than a year away from General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force. This is a new regulation which will harmonise data protection laws for consumers in the EU. And it will apply to all businesses that collect personal data from their customers. […]

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