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Synapse IT are proud to announce that we are the winners of the 2013 Action Coach – Best Innovation award. Held in Moorabbin and hosted by Action Coach, the event was a large gathering of small business owners from a variety of industries. Action Coach is an award winning organisation held in high regard in business circles. So to be commended by them shows we are succeeding ...

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Businesses have many options to choose from when connecting their on premise Ethernet network to the Internet. Copper, ADSL, optical fibre and the National Broadband Network are but a few. This article provides a to-the-point overview of each solution. Asymmetric digital subscriber line Better known as ADSL2+, this uses the existing copper wire of your phone line to deliver h ...

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In the ever-growing realm of cloud computing, virtualisation and managed and hosted IT services, organisations are faced with the big question: should we leverage hosted services or should we expand on existing in-house IT infrastructure? Although at first glance, building, operating and managing an in-house IT Infrastructure seems to be the obvious, reasonable and cost effect ...

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As any IT practitioner can attest, server virtualization empowers businesses to become more agile and resilient across the board, from the IT department to the bottom line.  The technology transforms bare-metal hardware into a dynamic platform that lets administrators address their users’ needs far more easily and effectively than any traditional solution. Desktop virtualizati ...

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There has always been a great debate on the usability and benefits that cloud has to offer. Cloud pundits and most industry veterans speculate that cloud computing is one of the most evolutionary and fast growing technologies since the internet. Although low entry cost, flexibility and scalability are among the key benefits, cloud computing has to offer a lot more than that. Wh ...

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Everyone is aware of ‘the cloud’ but there is often confusion about how it can be used by business. There are many different cloud solutions available, each with their own advantages and pitfalls. In this report we look at some of the main areas where the cloud can have a positive effect on your accounting firm. Work from anywhere The cloud has the potential to revolutionise ...

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If you’ve been looking into productivity and organizational tools (or even if you haven’t), you’ve most likely heard of Evernote. It’s a popular productivity app that lets you “Remember everything” – their tagline – in an easy and straightforward manner. Its most basic use is allowing users to create photo and text notes, and getting these synced across multiple devices.

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There was a time in the not-too-distant past when the laptop was regarded as THE gadget of choice for most company executives, professionals, business owners, and even students. After all, what’s not to like about it? A laptop packs computing power, storage capacity, connectivity and functionality in one compact and portable device. But it only took the entry of the tablet for the laptop to lose some, or should we say, much, of its luster.

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Cloud computing refers to the practice of delivering computing services to end users through the Internet or a similar computing network as a service. This is in contrast to the traditional approach of providing these services ‘on premise’; running in an organisation’s office on that organisation’s infrastructure. For example, data storage can be considered cloud computing provided that the data is stored on distant servers, but so too can virtual desktop infrastructure, web-based email services such as Gmail and other hosted applications. In summary, cloud services involve any system where your data and software is run by a provider’s system.

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As IT creeps into more and more areas of an organisation's day-to-day running, it is increasingly important to select the right service provider. No longer is “good enough” sufficient, you need a business focused IT solution to capitalise on your investment.

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