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Friday, September 25, 2020
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Topic: computers

Ezi-Web Bundaberg launches new datacentre

Ezi-Web Bundaberg has launched the region’s first datacentre facility in the CBD to help businesses keep their data secure.

Coronavirus halts tech shipments

Australia relies heavily on Chinese imports for technology and Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers in Bundaberg warns there may be delays.

Tech Talk: All-new 16-inch MacBook Pro

In a world where tech seems to be getting smaller and smaller, Apple seems to be bucking the trend with the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Queensland Computers gains national recognition

Bundaberg business Queensland Computers has been recognised as one of Australia's leading technology companies at the CRN Fast 50 awards in Sydney.

Speech to text: dictation technology improves

Dictation technology such as "speech to text" is becoming more advanced and more useful. Bundaberg Now technology guru Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers shares his thoughts.

Permanently deleting data: where does it all go?

Personal data online is easy to create and hard to delete. Think of it like a tattoo and be sure of your choice before making it.

Smart technology raises privacy concerns

How do you feel when someone starts looking at your phone? Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers says we shouldn't become hermits.

Apple or Windows: Which do you like to use?

About 80 per cent of computers in the Bundaberg Region run Microsoft Windows, according to Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers, but Apple Mac fans are more passionate.

Windows 7 nearing end of life

Geoff Augutis from Queensland Computers says people still using Windows 7 should be planning to upgrade.

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