The New HP Elite Slice and Wave Pavilion at First Glance

Posted on September 5th, 2016

Available in USA, Soon to be available in the UK. Call GEEX on 0121 285 0098 fro more Information     The close of August 2016 saw the unveiling of the new HP Elite Slice and the HP Pavilion Wave desktop, bringing the modular concept to desktops. The most publicized feature of these two new […]


How to Control Your Apple TV with your Apple Watch

Posted on September 1st, 2016

  . Imagine sitting in front of your TV with your remote in one hand a cup of coffee in the other and a sandwich – in the third? Well now you no longer need the remote – if you are using Apple TV that is – so your two hands will suffice! The new […]


How 2 Install Your Apps onto Windows 10

Posted on August 31st, 2016

Introduction Techxperts claim that new technology is born of the desire of consumers to have new features. This only underlines the old adage, “Necessity is the Mother of Invention” and it’s just as true for Windows 10. All the problems with Windows 10 not withstanding, one good thing about it is that it has further […]


Bring Your Own Device to Work or NOT

Posted on August 11th, 2016

TO BYOD OR NOT   According to Bob Egan of Forbes, the concept of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for business died a natural death nearly two years ago. The concept was however extremely popular when smart phones, iPhones, and Blackberry first came on the scene, primarily because of the convenience it offered for both […]


Flash Storage – The Flip Side

Posted on July 15th, 2016

Will HDD outlive Flash? HDD (Hard Disk Drives) have held court for decades mainly because of their low price, easy availability, and seemingly unlimited capacity. The main and conceivably the only drawback is its inability to retain data in case of a power outage. For this reason flash storage is gradually displacing HDD. Flash drives […]


Your Network is Your Business – Keep it Secure

Posted on July 11th, 2016

Ensuring Complete Network Security   Network security has gone from being static to dynamic within the past decade. Traditionally, security lay at the bottom of the priority list with a few routine tasks associated with it such as backup and clean-up. That is until networking, virtualization and cloud computing came along and changed things. In […]


Windows 10 – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Posted on July 6th, 2016

Windows 10 Update What to Expect   “Windows Updates aren’t always a good thing”, says Sarah Tew of CNET while narrating the story of Teri Goldstein, travel agent from California and her experience with the latest version of Windows. The new update for Windows 10 rolled out on 29th July last year. Many Windows 7 […]


WWDC 2016 – Expectations and Revelations

Posted on June 30th, 2016

  WWDC 2016 – Expectations and Revelations The World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is one of Apple’s most awaited events every year. Held in San Francisco, the 2016 conference was a huge success right from the start. Entry tickets cost 1599 USD and were sold by lottery. As usual the event was preceded by a […]


The Dreaded Blue Screen of Death!!!!!!

Posted on June 30th, 2016

How Managed Care can help you avoid BSoD     If you’ve ever experienced a system crash you’ll understand the frustration that goes with it. BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) so named because of the blue screen displayed when the phenomenon occurs is a system failure of a windows PC when there is a problem […]


Ransomware Will Seriously Ruin Your Day!

Posted on June 6th, 2016

               What Ransomware is and what it can do to your business? Alternate Titles: Understanding Ransomware and its business risks What Cryptoware (Ransomware) can do to your business Business Risks of Ransomware / Cryptoware The increasing cases of ransomware threats has made it necessary for business persons to understand what […]