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Apple Event 2016

17 March 2016

After months of rumors and speculation, Apple will officially hold its March event this coming Monday, the 21st. Apple has a lot up its sleeve. The biggest and most highly anticipated announcement is expected to be the iPhone SE. The iPhone SE is expected to return Apple to the 4-inch iPhone market and feature a design…

Apple iPad Mini

03 February 2013

The iPad Mini launch comes as no great shock, but as the reviews roll in, what remains surprising is how Apple has reacted to the 7-inch tablet hype. The charge towards smaller tablet form factors, led by the Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD, has finally been endorsed by Apple. Apple iPad Mini: Build Lighter and thinner than…

Sage SalesLogix v8

31 January 2013

Business software and services provider Sage (UK) has today unveiled a series of new features for its flagship mid market CRM software that will enable sales and marketing teams to maximise opportunities on the move with multiple deployment options. Launched today, Sage SalesLogix v8 features mobile deployment on iPhone, iPad, blackberry and smartphone devices, as…

Happy New Year

07 January 2013

After a great christmas holiday we are now back in the office and raring to go. We have a lot changes coming to our website over the coming year. We are in the process of adding more products to the shop, such as software, printers, scanners, projectors, cameras, server racks, routers and midi controllers, making…

Apple iPhone 5

13 September 2012

What does it look like? The Apple iPhone 5 looks a lot like the iPhone 4S but it’s thinner, by 18 per cent, and lighter, by 20 per cent. The screen is taller too, at 4-inches corner to corner, but the phone, held in portrait mode, is the same width. Instead of a glass back, the iPhone…

Microsoft and Google back campaign to improve IT education

26 July 2012

Improve IT education in UK Microsoft and Google are among technology companies backing the ‘Next Generations Skills’ campaign which launches today in a bid to improve IT education in UK. The technology giants are calling on the Government to make changes to the education system to provide better IT skills. Peter Barron, director of external…

IPv6: Trillions of new net addresses

26 July 2012

The new system will run concurrently with the old for the next few years A new standard which will enable the creation of trillions of new internet addresses has been enabled. Several companies switched to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) at 00:01 GMT on Wednesday. The new system is necessary to prevent the internet running…

Support for Agriculture and Farming

26 July 2012

IRUS is a strong believer in supporting the local community and surrounding business of Norfolk and Suffolk. We are living in a modern age, and we understand local farmers, estates, and agricultural business’s needs in this modern world of technology and data management. From stock management, to accounting, IRUS can help your business by providing…

OS X Mountain Lion released on App Store

25 July 2012

OS X Mountain Lion brings a lot of great things from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to the Mac, and has been released today on the App Store. You can send iMessages. Get your Mac in on Game Center. Receive notifications. And more. And with iCloud, now your Mac works even better with your iOS…

Apple comes out top in tech support

23 July 2012

Apple outscored both Dell and Hewlett-Packard in overall satisfaction with tech support by phone, though its problem-resolution rates took a bit of a hit in a study released today by consumer feedback firm Vocal Laboratories. Based on interviews with customers from July 2009 to December 2010, Apple’s lead in phone support over Dell and HP…

Data loss is the big worry for UK consumers

21 July 2012

Most UK consumers would stop doing business with any organisation that lost personal data, a survey has revealed. On average, 76% of 4,000 customers polled by Canon in the UK, France and Germany said they would leave if personal data was lost by a supplier.  The UK was the highest with 80%. Half the respondents said loss…

Rural broadband on hold

15 June 2012

The government has paid consultants nearly £3m to help civil servants select companies to build a rural broadband network, only for the scheme to become trapped in a deadlock with Brussels. The Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) process, under which the government has promised to spend £830m eliminating broadband black spots and bringing superfast speeds to…