What Does This Mean? Windows 7 was launched on 22nd July 2009, that makes it well over 10 years old which, as we all know, in I.T. terms makes it pretty long in the tooth. During that time Microsoft have released updates, security patches and bug fixes every month. We won’t get into the rights
To IT House The team at IT Centre are very happy to announce that as of Monday 14th October we can be found in our brand new offices in IT House on the corner of Umbers St. and Sir Tim Wallis Dr. in Three Parks.Call in to have a look around and talk to us
Are you prepared? Many of you may have felt the moderate 5.5 magnitude earthquake centred close to the Queenstown Lakes district over the weekend. If you were anything like me, the next 10-20 minutes was spent thinking “am I prepared?” These gentle reminders from mother nature trigger us to think about disaster recovery plans at
FREE – IT Disaster Recovery Audit One of the most significant, and yet common gaps in New Zealand organisations is the management of IT disaster recovery. If a catastrophic event, such as a natural disaster (earthquake etc.), office fire, or even a more minor event such as file deletion or corruption, were to happen would
When global car brands head south to test their latest models in sub-zero temperatures, Southern Hemisphere Proving Ground knows it can rely on its network to stay in control and up to speed – no matter what the cars are doing. Skiers and snowboarders aren’t the only international guests to flock to Wanaka in winter.
IT Centre, the new identity of Wanaka Computers, officially launches today, heralding a new era of growth for the home-grown company. But while it’s losing the town’s name from its brand, IT Centre Managing Director Rob Facer is clear about crediting Wanaka’s go-getting spirit for the company’s growth. “Wanaka is incredibly entrepreneurial and outward-facing for