News and Case Studies
We're all about people here at P1 Technology. In this first chapter of getting to know us, we share what we got up to over the summer break in Australia.Keep Reading >
At P1, we talk a lot about making sure that people are the first thing you think of when it comes to implementing technology in your business.
So, we wanted to ask – when was the last time you took the time to think about how you can make technology work better for your people?Keep Reading >
Don’t let summer blackouts knock out your business. From Uninterruptible Power Supplies to using your mobile and laptop, we look at three ways your business can keep running when you experience a power outage.Keep Reading >
Getting ready for an office move? You’ve found a location, you’re packing boxes, but have you thought about your I.T.? Here’s what you need to know…Keep Reading >
As you may be aware Windows 7 is coming to the end of it’s supported life in on January 14 2020. At P1 we have been busy talking to clients about the need to upgrade, as well as the most time and cost effective options.Keep Reading >
I must admit to being fairly blasé about my online footprint and what the Internet knows about me. I don’t do Facebook much except for messenger, I don’t have an Instagram account or do Twitter, not because Im worried about privacy or anything, it just doesn’t appeal.....Keep Reading >
Computers and electronic hardware has been a passion of mine for well over 20 years. I’ve always wanted to use the best, but knowing what is the best isn’t always easy. If you believe the marketing you can get a great laptop for $500 at your local retailer, why would you pay $1500 or more?Keep Reading >
We have had numerous reports from clients over the last few months of fake requests for payments with sometimes disturbingly accurate details associated. A typical example would be an email apparently sent from the company owner or CEO to the accounts person requesting immediate payment be made to an account listed below.Keep Reading >
No it’s not the title for a new DC comic, it’s the latest and possibly largest security vulnerability discovered to date. It affects every Intel processor based system and to a lesser extent AMD and ARM base systems as well. So basically every computer out there.Keep Reading >
Did you know you can save potentially hundreds of dollars per year on your domain and web hosting fees? You may or may not be aware that not all hosting is equal. Sure most domain hosting will allow you to have a website and email, but the finer details are usually not apparent at the start.Keep Reading >
So you've got a nice shiny website, it's gradually increasing in traffic, and generating some great clients! Well done, sounds like you've done the hard part. However have you ever considered that your website isn't invulnerable and might one day just not be there?Keep Reading >
Question 1 - What are the 5 most common tasks the user will be using the laptop for?Keep Reading >
Recently we were reviewing firewall logs for a client of ours as part of their managed IT services. We had recommended an improved remote access method, but the client had decided it wasn't worth the extra costs. However once we...Keep Reading >
This month we saw another Cryptolocker attack. An employee innocently opened an email he thought was a result of a speeding fine, he inadvertently downloaded a cryptolocker virus onto his computer putting an entire network of around 40 users under threat……..Keep Reading >
Christmas is a prime time for year for break-ins, and therefore a good time to make sure you have a secure backup of your precious data before you go away for holidays.
From as little as $150 Fix IT Mobile Computer Service based in Mitcham and servicing Ringwood, Blackburn, Glen Waverley and throughout Melbourne, we can help make your holidays a little more relaxing!
Microsoft has released some basic information so far about the features to come in Windows 10 in the much anticipated new version of Windows. Why Windows 10? That is a question that so far we have no answer for, but it looks like the wait might be worth it. This author for one will certainly be looking to upgrade his unbreakable Windows 7 O/S. Microsoft will announce more detail in the New Year.Keep Reading >
Recently one of our proactive managed customers called on a Thursday afternoon, to say that something funny was happening. She couldn’t access her files they were coming up as “gobbledygook” as she called it. It turned out that she had in fact contracted a particularly nasty virus referred to as “Cryptolocker” .Keep Reading >
In case you missed this on the news recently, there has been an increased local outbreak of the computer viruses commonly referred to as Cryptolocker or Ransomware.Keep Reading >