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Security Tips for Isolation

Security Tips for Isolation

Over the last few years, working from home has become increasingly popular in New Zealand. Head of IWG Australia and New Zealand Damien Sheehan said, “We are entering the era of the mobile workforce and it …

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Geek Hotline Business – How It Works

What is Geek Hotline Business

The Geek Hotline Business subscription is your very own, ‘over the phone’, IT department! We provide advice and guidance from our expert, NZ based technicians giving you priority service with your IT issues. And …

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Best Apps you NEED in NZ 2020

Here at Geeks on Wheels we understand that there are so many apps out there it can be overwhelming! So we asked our team what they thought the best apps were in NZ in 2020. Their replies cover work, entertainment, …

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Hyperfibre – Everything you NEED to know

what is hyperfibre

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How to Make your Computer Faster

5 Ways to Make your Computer Run Faster

A slow computer can be frustrating when you are trying to get things done, watch your favourite videos or working from home.  Not only that but It can reduce productivity and generally …

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3 Ultimate Reasons To Back up Your Data

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With technology rapidly changing, chances are that your computer will be obsolete in the next few years. However, that does not mean that you shouldn’t back up your data. Whether you are backing up data for your business or holding …

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Most Famous Computer Viruses In History

The-Worst-Computer-viruses-in-history

A computer virus can be reasonably harmless, simply reducing your computer’s performance or displaying joke messages. Others have gotten way out of hand. Early on, even the most widespread viruses were reasonably harmless, simply the handiwork of bored geeks who …

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Anitvirus-protection against Cyber Crime

Antivirus protecting you against cyber crime

Ransomware protection is an essential requirement for absolute computer security in 2019.

With Ransomware being able to target anyone, from individuals to small businesses to large organisations like government departments and hospitals, nobody is safe from the reach of this …

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