FAQ

  • August 8, 2012

    What is a data centre?

    A data centre is really just a place where a server or a collection of servers are kept. It can be a very impressive military grade setup or even a Computer under someone’s desk. What makes a good data centre?  Four things: Security Your company and personal data is important to […]

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  • August 8, 2012

    What is the cloud?

    It’s fair to say that cloud computing is definitely the biggest thing in information technology at the moment. However despite its rapid rise to glory many are still in the dark as to what it actually is. The first thing you have to get out of your head is the fact […]

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  • August 8, 2012

    What is BYOD?

    And what can my company do about it? Bring your own desk? Bring your own drink? No I’m talking about ‘bring your own device’. Every IT professional has realised their new enemy, and the source? The consumerisation of IT. When smartphones and tablets began to grow in popularity, especially those of […]

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  • August 8, 2012

    What is a hosted desktop?

    A hosted desktop is first and foremost a Microsoft Windows desktop most of the time. It’s no different to your current Windows desktop today. Right now I imagine your windows desktop lives on either a PC or a laptop, right? It has your personal background picture and the shortcuts to your […]

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  • August 8, 2012

    Virtual desktops vs hosted desktops

    Well to start with this is not a battle of which is better more of a what’s the difference. Basically they are the same the fundamental difference is where the physical computer lives. In a previous blog we explained that a virtual desktop is just a copy of windows running side […]

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