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Technology SOS are now Enterprise Wireless Admin (UEWA) Certified

Technology SOS are pleased to announce we’re now Ubiquiti Enterprise Wireless Admin (UEWA) certified. We attended this course to ensure we remain at the forefront of wireless networks as the demand on and for a reliable and robust network increases. Some of the core skills and topics we covered to ensure we’re in the best position […]

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Microsoft Exchange Offer

Microsoft Exchange

Christmas has come early, as Technology SOS would like to offer Microsoft Exchange hosting free between now and the New Year. Microsoft Exchange is the benchmark to which all other mail services aspire to and is used by all major blue chip businesses and we are offering this free up until the New Year if […]

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Ensure Safe Internet Browsing this School Holiday

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The school holidays are upon on us, which means the kids have spare time. Keeping them occupied is a tough job and often results in them turning to the internet. Do you know what they’re doing on the internet when you’re not looking or at work? Are you worried they may accidentally see something they […]

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Do I really need to be online with a website?

Online

If you run a business or thinking of starting a business, regardless of size, not thinking about or having a website for an online presence could be costing you. Even if your website lists little more than your address, opening hours and contact details, having a website will give you the edge over your competitors […]

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Wired and Wireless Networks – Time to upgrade?

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In the past when talking about networks, wired and wireless, this would be associated to businesses and offices. However, this isn’t the case as we become more ‘connected’ in our homes. For example, in the average home, you’ll find multiple laptops, tablets, smart phones, smart TVs, printers, games consoles, Sky TV, DVD / Blu-ray players… the list […]

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Using free email providers is bad for Business

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When we say ‘free’ email, we mean accounts such as Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and those supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as BT, TalkTalk amongst others. Here’s a large selection of reasons not to use free email accounts for business with some explanations on how it impacts your online presence, especially as more than 87% of all […]

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25% Off HD Multi-Room Hardware Offer

You can’t say we’re not generous during this festive period with the following, limited time, offer! Following on from our recent post, we’re offering a massive 25% discount on High Definition (HD) hardware for any HD multi-room equipment quote agreed before 31st January 2013 and subsequently installed by Technology SOS. This is a great offer […]

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Full High Definition (HD) and 3D Distribution Available

HDanywhere

Courtesy of significant training at the fabulous Morgan Motor Cars in Malvern, Technology SOS are now pleased to be able to offer and install full High Definition (HD), 3D and multi channel sound distribution systems in both residential and commercial properties courtesy of HDconnectivity and HDanywhere.  So what does this mean? Basically, most people have […]

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4G LTE Broadband Available in Swindon

4G LTE Swindon

Well, after a few false starts, Swindon can now boast 4G LTE broadband to both home and business users and it’s the first Borough wide offering of its type in the UK. Swindon residents and businesses are to be among the first to experience high-speed broadband with no long term commitment required, reasonable prices and […]

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Google Release New Nexus Products

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Well, a week after the announcements from Apple with their new iPads, iMacs and Macbook, Google and Android announce two new Nexus devices and an update to an existing Nexus device. The actual event was scheduled to take place in New York on Monday 29th October, but it was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. So, […]

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