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Reviews in 2017

Reviews in 2017

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Impact of the GDPR on small businesses

Information courtesy of ebuyer.com – 23 June, 2017 at 09:20

What is the GDPR?

The GDPR is a wide-ranging replacement to the Data Protection Act 1998 that will apply to all organisations that process, handle and keep the personal data of EU residents. It comes into effect on May 25th, 2018. Continue reading Impact of the GDPR on small businesses

Onsite Visits Resumed

We are pleased to announce that Onsite visits have now resumed.

Geoff Williamson underwent a major nasal operation two weeks ago and due to the risk of infection was unable to offer the usual onsite service that our customers have been used to.

With effect from Friday 28th April 2017 we have restarted our onsite service to Customers. Continue reading Onsite Visits Resumed

Remote Access

Remote Access

Fog, Ice, Snow, Heavy rain, Rail Strike, Roads Closed, Heavy Traffic etc

These are just some of the reasons why Remote Access can help you.

I Repair Your Computer are able to offer secure remote access to all our customers.

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Microsoft confirms the Windows 10 Creators Update will only come to 13 Windows phones

Information courtesy of WindowsCentral.com
Microsoft today confirmed murmurings that the Windows 10 Creators Update will only officially roll out to a limited batch of supported Windows phones.  As detailed in the release notes for the latest Mobile Insider build, the list includes a total of 13 Windows phones that will be officially supported at the Creators Update’s full release, as well as on the Windows Insider program going forward.

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