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5 tips to speed up your PC

If you think that your 4GB memory, 500GB hardisk and Windows 10 is enough to get through a days work, good luck. Chrome on Windows is currently in it’s 77th version. With each new tab that you creates in Chrome, a chunk of your previous 4GB went to service that Chrome Tab. Ah, and the […]

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Singapore vendor to migrate email to O365

If you have a lot of mailboxes, migration to O365 can be complex task for SMEs. TYPENT has the correct expertise to help you in this area. Follow the following steps will ensure a seamless and smooth migration. Pre-migration: Provision users in Office365. Create and Configure a mailboxes. Existing OS & software version checks Calculate […]

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Dell Computers Exposed to Pre-Installed SupportAssist Security Flaw

Dell Computers Exposed to Pre-Installed SupportAssist Security Flaw Dell issued a security update to patch a SupportAssist Client software vulnerability  (CVE-2019-3719) which allows potential attackers to remotely execute arbitrary executables on vulnerable computers. Dell SupportAssist checks the health of your computer system’s hardware and software. It comes pre-installed on most Dell computers. If you currently have Dell […]

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End of Life for SQL Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008

Be prepared with TYPENT on your side In a few months, Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 will no longer be supported by Microsoft – which means no more critical security updates and Microsoft hotfixes. In this digital age, the failure to adequately support your database could quickly lead to a host of problems, […]

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Completely new challenges this affect your personal outsourcing approaches

Completely new challenges this affect your personal outsourcing approaches 5 August 2016 Improvements in technological innovation have shipped sophisticated safety measures, software, equipment, mobile, in addition to data dealing with and administration capabilities–all 2 are being substantiate into a mixed cloud idea that includes on-premises processing with procedures that corporations now fatigue the fog up. […]

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Discovering The Right Time to Go Cloud

Just because everyone else is doing it is no reason to jump head-first into a whole new information technology paradigm. Cloud computing is one of the largest changes to occur in enterprise IT, and the increasing depth and breadth of the services offered means that companies now have unparalleled flexibility in how they structure their […]

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Three Things to Consider When Relocating Offices

Your company’s finally moving up in the world and relocating to a bigger, newer, better located office. There’s a lot to celebrate and look forward to, but also a lot to do between now and your first business day there. Moving offices can be a daunting procedure for even the smallest business, and complexity only […]

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Finding Your Files in Your 1,001 Electronic Devices

That big client is coming in for the make-or-break meeting with your business, and you can’t find the document you need to make it a slam dunk. You’ve checked your phone, your laptop, your desktop, your tablet and your home computer, but you can’t find it. In an increasingly IT-enabled world, having too much technology […]

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Breaking Away from Traditional Email Providers

Sometimes it can seem like getting an email provider that doesn’t cause you, your employees and your system administrator headaches is an impossibility. Finding the right system or the right provider can be a needle-in-a-haystack situation, as many candidates fail in basic areas. Whether insecure, missing crucial features, vulnerable to disruption or attack or simply […]

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Choosing The Right Services to Outsource in Your Office

If you’re interested in outsourcing part of your IT infrastructure, it’s important to understand that not all IT systems are created equal. The nature of the data involved and how closely your company relies on it will determine if it’s a fit candidate to outsource. Some services simply cannot be outsourced due to their need […]

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Four Signs You Need to Integrate Your IT Systems

You’ve set your business up, you’re six to twelve months out from incorporation and the cracks are starting to show in your infrastructure. When you originally bought the equipment, you stayed within your budget and worked to your requirements, but what you bought likely came from a variety of vendors or was made by a […]

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The Critical Importance of Securing Your IT Assets

Whatever your industry and whatever the size and nature of your business and its IT infrastructure, it’s critical to ensure that valuable (and potentially vulnerable) points of your system have the appropriate protection. Depending on what the asset is, where it’s stored, and who has access to it and how often it’s needed, security procedures […]

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When Your Anti-Virus Software Fails

Not if, but when. Something is eventually going to get around your security, and it’s important to have an understanding of what to do in that situation. Whether it’s a single terminal or a crucial piece of infrastructure that’s been infected, you’re going to need to know immediately what to do to prevent further damage […]

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Outsourcing Your IT Services

It’s only your servers that you can outsource, it’s your IT department. If you’re a big believer in the agility and responsiveness of the cloud, outsourcing your IT services could be for you. Trusting a purpose-built, continually-updating company with the maintenance and servicing of your infrastructure can seem like an enormous step with a lot […]

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Finding Email Service Providers Who Live Up to Your Expectation

It can be hard finding equipment, tools and services that work for your team. No two companies are alike, so many business owners can become frustrated looking for the email provider that suits them. Often it’s a case of close-but-no-cigar as you discover a product that’s an 80 per cent match, or a 95 per […]

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How to Determine Reliable IT Infrastructure

If you’re investing in new IT infrastructure or are looking to expand your existing systems, one word you’ll be reading and hearing a lot is ‘reliable’. Of course you want a reliable network; you want to be able to promise such-and-such per cent up time to clients, or guard against potential losses from catastrophic internal […]

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When Manual Back-ups Fail: Protecting your Server’s Data

Whether or not you’re already experienced the crippling sense of helplessness that comes with discovering you don’t have that back-up you thought you had, it’s something to be aware of. System administrators and business owners will be relieved to know that with some preparation loss of data isn’t something to be feared. Even in worst […]

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Five Ways to Improve IT Workflow in the Office

Poor workflow can be the death of any company. From the very smallest business to the biggest corporation, inefficiencies can pile up, causing a loss of revenue that can snowball if tackled in the wrong way. These can be as simple as a bit of a lag on an employee’s terminal to as complicated as […]

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Why You Should Never Go For Ad-Hoc IT Services

If you’re a small or medium enterprise (SME) who’s elected not to retain IT staff full time, you have a range of options to ensure that your business has expert help when it needs it. In Singapore there are a huge number of qualified IT support companies offering a variety of services to meet the […]

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