Newsletter - Issue 3

By: Neos Systems  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Technical Support, Cloud Computing, Server Installation

SIP: The Session Initiation Protocol is a protocol used for establishing sessions in an IP network. A session ranges from a simple two-way phone call right on up to multi-media conferences. When you make a phone call using NeoTalk (VoIP), SIP is used to establish the phone call.

SMTP: Simple Mail Protocol Transfer is an internet standard for sending emails across IP networks. First developed in 1982, there have been changes to the SMTP over the years and now we have ‘extended SMTP’, or ESMTP. The main thing you need to know is that if you’re sending an email you must have SMTP.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Server Installation, Technical Support

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Tips from Aunty June

There was a case in Christchurch in February where a large corporate only had data backed up from a week earlier – can you imagine how much work they would have/could have lost. Just consider all the sales / purchases / information that you and your company entered into the computer system yesterday – how would you cope if you lost it. It is vital that you always have access to a backup of the most current data possible.