Paul Wherly

7 great tips, before you sign IT contracts

Category: IT Systems

Today’s guest blog is by Francis West of Westtek 7 Tips about signing up for IT services You were impressed by the sales team of your IT provider and signed on the dotted line. Price was good. Service was good – but what about the automatic renewal clause. Just another of the many terms and […]

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Paul Wherly

Slow internet costing me money?

Category: IT Platforms, IT Systems, IT Training Blog

Slow internet costing me money? Is your internet connection behind the times? The modern business environment relies on being seamlessly interconnected. Individuals communicate via a company network, which reaches across the internet to suppliers’ and customers’ networks, allowing data to be transferred without delay or interruption. But what happens when your technology lags behind the […]

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Paul Wherly

How much is IT disruption costing my business?

Category: IT Systems, IT Training Blog

How much is IT disruption costing my business? How much is IT disruption costing my business? Did you know that just 1 hours interuption per week for a staff member on £23,500 per year, will result in a nett loss of £750 per year? IT disruption impacts every part of a business. Communications break down, […]

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Paul Wherly

Is free antivirus good for your PCs’ health?

Category: IT Systems

Is free antivirus good for your PCs’ health? What’s the point of paying for antivirus software when you can easily download it for nothing? After all, the free products appear to offer all the important protection you would need – antivirus and firewall – so paying for it seems pointless. But wait a minute. Would […]

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Paul Wherly

How to use Excel to improve your Management reporting

Category: IT Systems, Microsoft Excel

How to use Excel to improve your Management reporting Introduction One of most common uses for Excel is management reporting.  So I thought I would spend some time explaining key features of Excel that can improve the way that this information can be generated. Inputs That old adage “Garbage In – Garbage out” especially holds […]

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Paul Wherly

The Dummies Guide to Database Design

Category: IT Systems, IT Training Blog

The Dummies Guide to Database Design I was reflecting on the number of times that I have been given the prompt “Well I will give you the data and it can’t be that much work to build a database”. In my mind (apart from the indignant inner rage that this causes) this is like a […]

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