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

  • Product Zone: NEOS Online Backup gives you peace of mind without the technical headache.
  • Meet the team: Rob Cross, our newest geek. He’s a Technical Specialist and is really something of a genius when it comes to the insides of computers..
  • The boys and girls at Aztech Engineering know their way around a CNC lathe better than anyone. But if you asked them to find their way around a laptop, they might come unstuck. Read how we helped them weld IT together.
  • Tips from Aunty June: Curly questions and another competition! This month, you can win 6 month’s free online backup.
  • Product Zone: Find out more about File Hosting, or also known as FTP Hosting, and how FTP Hosting can increase your productivity.
  • Tips from Aunty June: With the end of the financial year looming, everybody’s seeking out areas to cut costs.  Aunty June provides some tips to see your power bill decreasing and your ‘fun fund’ increasing..
  • Special New Year's competition: Win a HP LaserJet Pro P1102 A4 Mono Printer!
  • Jargon Buster: We’ve put together a jargon buster to make all the confusing acronyms that come with the computer world a little bit less bewildering.
  • Product Zone: Managed Outlook can set you free from the head office - and NEOS’s solution is second to none.
  • Meet the team: Mike Sheedy. The third member of our team of Directors, Mike’s experience and passion for our business will rub off on anyone.
  • SHARE is an independent financial advisor network using our Managed Outlook service. We show you how it changed the way they work.
  • Tips from Aunty June: Keyboard shortcuts and a competition!
  • Product Zone: Find out more about NeoHost, our range of online services provided from our New Zealand-based data centre.
  • Tips from Aunty June: Getting the most out of your laptop battery on the road.
  • Special New Year's competition: Win a bundle of accessories for your home or business computer.
  • Jargon Buster: We’ve put together a jargon buster to make all the confusing acronyms that come with the computer world a little bit less bewildering.
  • Product Zone: Find out more about NeoTalk, our VoIP phone system. It will save you real money.
  • Meet the team: June Matthews. She’s camera shy, but we thought it was important you know who’s on the end of the line when you call.
  • Even the sporty types need a good IT Manager: We talk to Jones Bros about their recent IT overhaul.
  • Christmas Closedown Checklist: Get your office ready for the break.
  • Tips from Aunty June: Our new Agony Aunt!
  • Product Zone: Find out more about NeoServer, our comprehensive server system.
  • Getting ready for a scrap: How Neos provides a fundamental service for Macaulay Metals, New Zealand’s leading nation-wide scrap metal business.
  • Meet the team: We give you a little insight into the lives of the men of Neos, Anthony Lummis and Nick Thompson.
  • Celebrating the launch of Neos: Some photos from the party.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Server Installation, Technical Support

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