Monday, 19 September 2011

HP ProBook 4510s

A client asked if I could fit some more RAM to his HP ProBook 5410s laptop. They also mentioned it was extremely noisy. With this style of notebook you have to remove the keyboard to fir the ram. I inspected the fan and brushed the dusk away. Put the laptop back together to find that did not help with the fan revving at high speed. Dismantled it again and this time used an air compressor to clean out.
As I was dusting a rather large chuck of dust dislodged for the CPU air chamber exhaust section. Assemble the laptop back together and all was good.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Data loss happens

Data loss happens don’t let it happen to your business.

Safe with JarviePro Secure Offsite Data Backup

Whether it’s business documents and financial records or photos and music, Mozy ensures your digital life will be there when you need it.
"It would have literally taken me months to replicate or replace the data I lost. MozyPro made it simple to be back up and running in a single day."
Mozy is part of EMC Corporation—the largest provider of data storage platforms in the world.
Hard drive crashes, spilled drinks, and accidental file deletion can occur at any time and put your company’s future in jeopardy. In fact, 93% of all companies that suffer significant data loss close down within 5 years!

Maximun Security

You can count on Mozy’s strict security policies, military-grade encryption, and world-class data centers for optimal data protection of your business’ computers and servers.

Backup that’s Simple

Manage multi-user environments, schedule automatic backups, and monitor the health of your backups from the convenience of a single web-based admin console.

At Jarvie Computing, we believe:

You shouldn’t have to think about backup.

Backup should be set up once, and then work automatically.

Your files should be encrypted.

Your backup files should be encrypted and stored in a secure, remote location that’s only accessible to you—from anywhere.

Your backups should be smart.

Your backup system should be smart enough to only back up data that’s not already been backed up, only back up parts of a file that have changed, and be able to back up open and locked files.

Steven Jarvie
IT Consultant

Steven Jarvie