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Donít let computer problems ruin your business.

Itís hard to be a computer guru and run a business. Computer technology is changing so fast itís a full-time job to keep up with it.

And, as an independent business, you need to concentrate on giving your clients the best possible services and products. You have too much to do to waste hours trying to figure out your computer.

But if your computer system isnít up to the job or isnít performing properly thatís what happens.

Itís truly a minefield in cyber-world. There are hackers and viruses and hard drive crashes. What would happen if you lost everything on your computer?

These are some of the tricky problems Auckland IT service provider Tekzone solves Ė every day of the week, and sometime even on Sundays.

They have helped hundreds of clients with their computer woes, from upgrading their hardware or storage capacity, and diagnosing and repairing faults, to providing personal support at their home or premises, or via phone and email.

Tekzone prides itself on selling only high quality computers and accessories, from reputable companies. They donít send you home loaded up with boxes and expect you to put the pieces together yourself Ė they set it all up for you and make sure everythingís working properly. If a problem develops, one of their highly skilled technicians will be back pronto to put it right.

Because at Tekzone they understand that computer downtime is money down the drain.

Tekzone Ė we speak geek (and English, Mandarin and Cantonese).

7 tips on how to keep your computer secure.

1. Install Anti-virus software and always keep the virus definition files up to date. We recommend AVG Free, a free virus scanner that does just as good a job as the expensive virus scanners like Norton or McAfee.

2. Check Windows Update regularly for critical updates to Windows, this will protect your computer against any vulnerabilities that have been discovered recently and will ensure your computer remains secure.

3. Use a firewall. The standard firewall that comes with windows is fine.

4. Never download files or execute email attachments from websites or people you do not know and trust. Be extra careful when accepting email attachments from friends, as they may be infected with a virus which is attaching itself to outgoing emails.

5. Increase browser security to Medium-High. You can do this by loading internet explorer, clicking the tools menu and then going into Internet Options. This will prevent untrusted applications from being executed in your browser.

6. Install Anti-Spyware software and always keep the definition files up to date. We recommened Windows Defender, a free application made by Microsoft.

7. Set a password on your user account. You can do this by pressing Control, Alt and Delete together and then selecting 'Change password'
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