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Hi there,
In this month's newsletter we help you prepare for the next power blackout and we outline why you need to upgrade from Windows XP NOW.
As always please contact us if you need IT support or if you need help with any upcoming IT projects.

Kind regards,
Raul Lotho
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Our technical team is industry qualified, and is committed to assist you, whether you require proactive or reactive services on your organization’s IT infrastructure or simply, your home pc, under rapid response times.

MCG Computer Australia
237 Park Street
South Melbourne
Phone: 03 9681 6800
Don't risk a blackout
We have all been there. Working hard on your important document and the power goes out. Here are some simple tips to prepare yourself for the next black out...
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Win a xbox one or ps4
Make sure a power cut doesn't mean you lose important data.
Back up and protect your hardware and data during power outages, surges and spikes.

APC's new and affordable Back-UPS BX range protects your uptime during power sags, surges and outages
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HP ProLiant DL360e Gen8 Server
Powerfully productive IT solutions from HP & Microsoft.
Your servers connect employees and customers to your business. Don't compromise.

HP ProLiant Gen8 servers with built-in intelligence helps you meet demanding service requests, improve workload performance up to 9X*, and get a speedy 5-month return on your investment*.
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* Terms and conditions apply. Minimum $5,000 spend. See landing page for details
Have you got an upcoming IT project?

Register your datacenter project now and we will request special pricing from HP*

*Project value must be over $20,000 to qualify.
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Windows XP & Office 2003 support is ending!
From 8th April Microsoft will no longer support the Windows XP operating system and we suggest anyone still running XP on their PC or laptop should upgrade now.
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Tip of the month
Tip of the month
Use "Private Browsing" mode when conducting financial transactions online.

On Safari and Firefox, it's called Private Browsing.
On Google Chrome, it's called Incognito Mode.
On Internet Explorer, it's called InPrivate.

These modes are designed to keep your online activity safe from prying eyes by allowing you to browse the Internet without saving any information about which sites and pages you've visited.
Need help with your IT?
Talk to an expert. Call 03 9681 6800
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