10 Things to Ponder Before Moving Your Office Network

Written by Gregory Hudson

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A removal truck is obviously an essential part ofrepparttar office move, though extra care needs to be taken concerning packaging.

Prepare for impact

Your delicate robotics need to travel comfortably between cushioned barriers, preventing devices from jarring together. Wrappingrepparttar 135609 equipment in anti-static bubble wrap shieldsrepparttar 135610 equipment against magnetic fields, preventingrepparttar 135611 loss of valuable data.

Equipment should ideally be placed in computer crates. Each crate should be dedicated to one complete system that is labelled for easy identification.

Think seriously about Insurance

When it involves your bread and butter being stored in digital format, ensure you have a back-up plan in case something happens duringrepparttar 135612 move. Most insurance companies offer various policies for insuring computers against theft and damage.

Find out if your new building hasrepparttar 135613 facilities for your network

Be sure to conduct a site survey and evaluate what your network needs are. This helps to curb overspending on equipment and identifiesrepparttar 135614 best possible locations for installing access points. It also ensures that cable runs meetrepparttar 135615 local building codes.

Things just work better when cabling is installed beforerepparttar 135616 move

Beforerepparttar 135617 move goes ahead,repparttar 135618 new network's cabling and network infrastructure should be in place, conveniently ready for each labelled workstation crate to be placed next torepparttar 135619 correct plugs, power leads and phone lines.

Power On: Booting-uprepparttar 135620 network

Expect a few glitches; problems are inevitable with a new network. Hiring a professional at this point is an invaluable asset. Installation support ensures thatrepparttar 135621 company can deal with any unforeseen teething problems duringrepparttar 135622 initial start-up period.

Lastly, don't even think about doing it yourself

Most companies, before seeking advice from professionals, go downrepparttar 135623 DIY networking route. Unless you have a qualified team, installing a network can turn ugly and about as frustrating as unravelling 3000 feet of fishing line with one hand.

Hypercubic is a London based IT Support Company specialising in the installation and support of computer networks. Their IT support technologies help save time and effort, especially when moving a network to a new location.

Basic Steps To Optimize Your Internet Security

Written by Popescu Alexandru

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Your Web Browser should be ok now. Let's see what we have to do from our email point of view.

Because it's built-in in their Windows system lots of users like to use Outlook Express for emailing. But it's a fact that it contains many security vulnerabilities so I advise you to use alternatives. If you use a web based Email (you can browse your email with your web browser) you can delete viruses even if you don't download them to your PC. Make sure you have installed an Anti Virus for 100% virus protection. One that I've found to be very good and never disappointed me isrepparttar AVG Anti virus. If you takerepparttar 135577 time to regularly update it you will be safe enough with it.

Lots of people install Firewalls because they belive their Internet security will be higher. I personaly disagree. If you do not know how to best configure it, and you have to know much aboutrepparttar 135578 tech behind it to do so, it will just make your PC slow and software not working.You can just userepparttar 135579 Windows XP SP2 firewall for basic security.

All this tips should make your PC safer. I browserepparttar 135580 Internet every single day for some time now and they worked great for me. I haven't met a virus/worm for some time now.

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