WFH: Why Cloud Computing Makes Sense Post Covid-19

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In 2002, SARS caused employers to encourage contactless work-from-home (WFH) environments. However, the trend of remote work and video conferencing did not last. This was in part due to the clunkiness and costliness of installing video conferencing and remote servers at the time. However, the unprecedented outbreak of the corona virus has shown cloud computing […]

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From the Office: Celebrating 8 Years of Managed IT Success

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As of October 2020, Dark Horse Systems has hit a major milestone – we’re celebrating eight years of successful Managed IT Services delivery by our expert, client-focussed team. To mark the occasion, here’s a look back at eight significant DHS achievements over the years, when it comes to exceptional Managed IT Services.  Migrating to Office […]

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Deprovisioning Staff

Many companies experience changes at the start of each year, including the movement of staff. Resignations can often come with challenges for large organisations, from finding replacements to training new employees. With the increase in a wide range of applications they use, varying across departments, many companies may not be aware that former employees may […]

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Support Ends for Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 Operating Systems

Please be aware of the below recent Announcement from Microsoft: On 14th January 2020, Microsoft ends support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 Operating Systems. Microsoft will stop releasing patches for these operating systems, and will end support for security and performance issues. If you have these Operating Systems in your IT environment, then you […]

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Your Internet Connection – Do you have a Back Up Plan?

During the many years of experience supporting a wide range of businesses in a variety of industries, it has been all too often that all carriers, including the major players, have all suffered complete network outages in different areas. These outages have sometimes lasted for days with estimated resolution times (ETRs) not forth coming due […]

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New Notifiable Data Breaches scheme

You may or may not be aware that the recent passage of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017, established a mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in Australia. The NDB scheme will apply to agencies and organisations that the Australian Privacy Act 1988 requires to take steps to secure certain categories of personal information. This includes Australian […]

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