Local Call: 1300 721 576
Phone: 02 8007 2930
Suite 52, 6-8 Herbert Street, ST LEONARDS 2065
Phone: 02 8007 2930
52/6 Herbert Street, ST LEONARDS 2065
6 Herbert St is right next door to the Tesla dealer in St Leonards. The nearest cross street is Ella St. The name of the complex is “Technopark”.
Keep an eye out for our “Supportedge” signage. Our office is on the first floor in the center building (the building with the cafe at the front). Access the first floor through the entry which is next to the loading area. This entry is about 8m from the cafe and directly opposite KSS Security. Lifts are available.
Data Recovery The most common data recovery procedure we perform involves a computer that won’t boot due to a drive failure. This is most often caused by a bump or a knock to the computer while the hard disk is writing critical data. Sometimes the head physically crashes into the the plater, which is where the term ‘hard drive crash’ originated. Of course failure of spinning hard disks happens for many reasons include wear and tear. Some drives spin at 10,000 rpm with as little as 3 nanometres separating the drive head from the disk plater, which provides very little room for error. Something that goes hand in hand with data recovery is your backup plan. If you don’t have a backup policy in place please contact us straight away for a solution that’s tailored to your valuable information and the way in which you work. To ensure we can recover as much data as possible, please cease using the media or the affected computer straight away. Stage one recovery prices start from only $250 for most media types including hard drives, discs and flash cards. This price includes GST and the replacement drive. In most situations we can recover [&hellip
The NBN (National Broadband Network) is a Federal government initiative aimed at improving national internet speeds in an increasingly digital age. The NBN commenced its 3 year Australia-wide rollout plan in June 2013. NBN Co (a wholly-owned Commonwealth company that has been prescribed as a Government Business Enterprise) was formed in 2009 and contracted to implement the NBN. What does this mean? According to the Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy: “the NBN will provide high-speed broadband access to all Australian homes and businesses through a mix of three technologies: optic fibre, fixed wireless and next-generation satellite.93 per cent of Australian homes, schools and businesses will have access to the NBN through optic fibre to premises, capable of providing broadband speeds of up to one gigabyte per second.” This large-scale, Australia wide endeavor will connect 93% of homes, schools and workplaces with optical fibre (fibre to the premises or “FTTP”), providing superfast broadband services to Australians in urban and regional towns. The remaining hard-to-reach 7% will be connected to the NBN by fixed wireless and satellite technology. The Federal government estimates that “more than six million homes and businesses will be able to access or be in progress [&hellip