Saturday, July 31, 2010
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RSS Feed - our news article feed
Blogger - Our news article Blog
Twitter - Get quick updates of our articles
Facebook - A copy of our blog, links in to our website's blog
Linkedin - Profile of me, links in with twitter
We also have our blog on our website at dcnsolutions.net/blog/
To improve your listing in Google:
1. Add a news article everyday
2. Put your articles on as many bloging/social networking sites as possible!
3. Always link your article to your web site
4. Use key words that relate to the Google searches you want to optimise!
5. Link up to other blogs/tweets to increase your reputation
There are many tricks and tools that can be used, so for more info, please contact
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
For those that wish to have their own store, we have designed custom shopping cart programs that include stock control, electronic payments, photo galleries, search functions... we can do anything you can think of! Have a look at some of our web sites at dcnsolutions.net.
Monday, July 26, 2010
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Wednesday, July 21, 2010
A terminal server is a single computer running a software package that allows multiple, simultaneous remote connections. All information is processed on that single computer and the speed is much greater than VPN as the only information that is sent over the internet/network is, not that actual datafile, but just a virtual screen shot as if you were physically on that computer. This makes MYOB, Retail Manager or other database programs so much faster. Best of all, a terminal server can be setup on just about any computer (must have professional/ultimate/server version of Windows, and 2GB+ RAM), for under $400. For more information on a Terminal Server, and if it is appropriate for you, please contact us.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
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Sunday, July 11, 2010
Even though you can sue someone for snooping your network, it would still be prudent to have a decent password and encryption protocols in place. For more information, please contact us.
Saturday, July 10, 2010
So which is the best? What one do you need for your application? As a general rule of thumb, the AMD X2 processors are the cheapest, and still fairly fast for office work, web browsing etc. If you want to play games, work on 3D drawings, or process large amounts of data, go for the Intel Core i5 processor, as these are considerably faster, and even though more expensive than AMD, the best value for money. If you want the top of the range and don't mind spending the dollars, go for Intel Core i7. They are the fastest processors out, but you do pay for the privilege!
Friday, July 9, 2010
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Wednesday, July 7, 2010
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Monday, July 5, 2010
On the subject of laptops, we have access to Asus laptops now, check out our estore here.