Author Archives: Pepper Marketing Group

Proud supporter of RMHM

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As a business, we’ve wanted to support a charity for a number of years. However deciding which one was difficult given the number of worthwhile charities in Australia. Sometimes though, things have a way of working out. We were contacted recently by Ronald McDonald House Monash (RMHM). They were looking for a Managed IT services […]

PRESS RELEASE

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Intellect IT’s appointment of Jesse Liberts to the role of Data Centre Practice Manager comes at a pivotal time where the new epidemics in IT – Big Data and Mobility- are driving an evolutionary change all underpinned by Cloud technologies. According to Cisco, global mobile data traffic in 2013 grew 81%; in Australia this growth […]

Connect 2014: March 13 & 14, Melbourne

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Catch us (at stand 61), alongside our partners EMC and Palo Alto Networks! Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Connect combines 6 business and technology summits with a FREE 2-day exhibition featuring over 60 exhibitors showcasing the latest in digital technologies. Supported by the State Government of Victoria and NBN Co., Intellect IT is excited to […]

Introducing the Lenovo Tablet 2…

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The built-for-business ThinkPad Tablet 2 blends enterprise-class performance with unbeatable services and support. Priced from $679 – it’s a small price for such power and flexibility.     It is rock-solid and offers stress-free deployment and management. Powered by Windows 8 and loaded with multiple business apps, the ThinkPad Tablet 2 redefines business computing. Top […]

EVENT: Windows 8 Open Days

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With the impending end-of-support for Windows XP and Office 2003 (April 8, 2014), this is an opportune time to familiarise yourself with Windows 8 and the latest devices. Hosted by Intellect IT, these are casual, hands-on sessions where our experts will conduct personal demonstrations and answer any questions you have. You’d be surprised at the […]

End of Support for Windows XP

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In April 2014, Microsoft ends support for Windows XP and Office 2003. This means: No more security updatesYour PC will become exposed to malicious software that can damage or steal your data No more patchesNo further software improvements or bug fixes No support for new equipment such as printersManufacturers will no longer develop drivers to […]

Are your students finding ways around your network security?

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School networks face a proliferation of threats from many new applications and devices. And traditional solutions offer very little protection because students can, and do, get around them. They can be accessing whatever they want, whenever they want. Until now, you couldn’t get the visibility and control you need without compromising security or usability. Intellect […]

The Privacy Legislation and Your Data

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Many Australian businesses are likely to be ‘caught short’ early next year when new Australian privacy legislation comes into effect. The legislation puts consumers firmly in charge of their personal data, with the right to demand that organisations provide copies of data they retain about the person, and to delete it on request. The changes […]