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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

New Website:

We have yet another new web deisgn, this time for Robert Holl Master Builder. This site includes our easy to edit photo gallery, testimonials and more!

Have a look at our other web designs at!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Recommended Companies

At DCN Solutions, we pride ourselves on excellent service at competitive rates. This business ethic has earned us many loyal customers, who in turn offer great services at fair prices.

Some of these include:

All Boat Business - For everything from boats to tackle and everything in between
Robert Holl Master Builder - Quality homes and extensions
Australian Protection Services - Security and crowd control for any event, any venue
Jeska Design - For everything graphical; logos, flyers business cards - you name it!
Fruit-Express - Get snacks delivered to your office; fruit, milk, coffee and more!
HelpDesk - Training for office software systems and standards compliance
Camera Dynamics - Manufacturer of quality camera jibs, including the Pro-Jib
Mossy's Mini Excavations - Underground cabling installations: in sub divisions or new areas!
Reeves Engineering - Structural steel fabrication for anywhere in WA!
Inflatable Packers International - Manufacturers of high-quality inflatable packers
Shepherd Studio - Photography, Web Design, Graphic Design and much more!
St James Conveyancing - Managing the hassle of buying and selling properties, both commercial and residential!

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Microsoft and Google - Someone is Cheating!

Have you tried searching something in Google and then in Bing, just to see if the same results pop up? If you have, there is a bit of a pattern... but not just because the info on the internet is the same: Google claims Microsoft is copying its search results for Bing searches!

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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Internet Addresses Have Run Out!

Its official. As of Thursday the 3rd of February, 2011, the world's pool of IP addresses has been allocated. Further to our last story on IPv6 (article here), the roll out is well underway, and we should have a seamless transition from IPv4. Some people may need to upgrade their modems or routers to work with the new protocol, but your ISP should let you know what you need to do.