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Complaints Policy

Complaints PolicyWe undertake to provide the highest standards of service, whilst acting responsibly at all times. If however, in the unlikely event that you do have a complaint regarding the […]
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Terms and Conditions

Terms and ConditionsThank you for visiting the GEEX website. GEEX website has been made available to you subject to your compliance with the terms and conditions set forth below (the […]
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Privacy Policy

Privacy PolicyIntroductionThis privacy notice provides you with details of how we collect, store and process your data. It should be read in conjunction with the contract that controls our business […]
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The Machine By Hewlett Packard Labs

Hewlett Packard are making some pretty big claims with what their ‘Biggest Project’ can achieve.   To understand what HP are trying to do you need to know what a […]
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How 2 Install Your Apps onto Windows 10

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 […]
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Bring Your Own Device to Work or NOT

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 […]
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Flash Storage – The Flip Side

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 […]
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Your Network is Your Business – Keep it Secure

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 […]
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Windows 10 – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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 […]
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WWDC 2016 – Expectations and Revelations

  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 […]
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The Dreaded Blue Screen of Death!!!!!!

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) […]
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Ransomware Will Seriously Ruin Your Day!

               What Ransomware is and what it can do to your business? Alternate Titles: Understanding Ransomware and its business risks What Cryptoware (Ransomware) can do […]
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The Keywords on Key things

Connection Options USB A 2.0 – A cable used for transferring data from one device to another. 280MB/s USB A 3.0 – The new generation of USB cables. 5GB/s, Note […]
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Round Up Of Apple News 26/02/16

Apple News Update 26/2/16   Apple has been in the news the last week or two for many interesting reasons.        vs        Ding!   The […]
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A.I And What It Would Might Become?

    We don’t want to bore you with technical what ifs, who’s doing this, who’s doing that. We just want to have a bit of fun and dream of […]
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New Year, New Equipment

  The new year has begun and you might be thinking it’s time to have a look at what computer equipment you have, and what you are going to need […]
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HP Want To Change The Game!

  HP Labs are making some pretty big claims about their ‘Biggest Project’ (their words) which has 75% of their R & D team dedicated to this.   I’m not going to sex […]
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Microsoft Office 365 Business & Premium

Microsoft Office 365 is an online based service that Microsoft claims will transform your small business allowing you to compete with the big boys. We are putting the key points […]
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Thunderbolt 3 And USB 3.1 Gen2

Click on the pictures to enlarge. News from Computex 2015 suggests that Thunderbolt 3 is upon us.   The first big change is the cable will not use the Mini DisplayPort as […]
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The History Of Hard Drives

This article is dedicated to normal hard disks, Not solid state drive. We will upload similar blogs on RAM, Processor’s, Megapixels on phone cameras’, Screen resolution, SSD Hard Drives and […]
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Apple Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse2, Magic Trackpad2

                                                     ——-Please Note all Geex leases come with Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard as standard and Magic Trackpad […]
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5 Cheap Things That Would Benefit Your Device.

SD cards                                                          Thank yourself that floppy disks are not the main way to add storage to your device. SD cards can increase your device by up to 512GB […]
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Security Vs Privacy

Should the police be able to unlock your devices? —–Although we recognise that there are many things we can discuss regarding this subject, we are not covering all of them.      […]
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16 Quick Fun Facts About Apple

  On January 9, 2007 Apple Computer Inc would become Apple Inc. In the first quarter of 2014, Apple earned more than Google, Facebook and Amazon combined. If you went […]
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The Apple i-Car

Apple I-Car? One of the most advanced technological cars ever made. Rumours are running rampant about Apple dipping its toe into the car market ever since taking on some major […]