Welcome the the debut of our new weekly series “This Week in Tech”. This section will be a recap and summary of the most important, popular, and interesting Tech news and discussion, from the last week, from Real World Blog, and beyond! Continue reading This Week in Tech… #1
In this video, we road test the Dell Latitude Rugged Extreme 7212 through a shower, some wine and a drop off a ladder. Does it break? Will it still work? Watch to find out more… The Dell Latitude Rugged Extreme 7212 starts from approximately $4300 excluding GST and are available now. Continue reading Water, Wine and a Ladder – the Dell Latitude Rugged Extreme 7212
Managing Windows has always been a bit of a pain. You need to log into servers, use Microsoft tools or use Third Party tools to check your server status, view health, install components and more. And then when you add desktops, life becomes even more complicated. This problem has given rise to a range of third party products and tools that work to make administering … Continue reading The Cool New Windows Admin Centre
Down the back of a hidden plaza is Katoomba’s newest gem. You might be forgiven if you didn’t see it there. It’s a little lost. But this small, locally owned book shop is anything but. Karl Grice, owner, writes: Sometimes when I’m packing for a trip, I feel quite sure I have forgotten something, but I can’t quite remember what it is. The Little Lost … Continue reading Spotlight – The Little Lost Bookshop
The Real World Group of companies are a leading provider of IT&C services to Australian Business, Government and Enterprise clients. Our customers span a range of industries including global telecommunications carriers, financial services, construction, medical, pharmaceutical, property management, federal, state and local government, and other commercial businesses. Andrew Yager, CEO, Real World Group Encompassing Real World Technology Solutions, Real World Networks, RWHR, HyperConnect and Oxygen Networks, … Continue reading Meet the passionate Real World Group
Feeling like you need to regress to your Windows 3.1 days? The Windows 3.1 File Manager lives! In a throw back to the past, Microsoft has released the Windows 3.1 File Manager on Github as an open source project. You can now compile it, and replace the bloated Windows Explorer found in modern versions of Windows! Find the source code here! Continue reading Windows 3.1 is not dead!
You’d be forgiven if you missed the news… but perhaps the most exciting thing to change in Dropbox land recently is the introduction of Selective Sync. Continue reading Smart Sync transforms the way you Dropbox
After having the HFC pin pulled in December last year, nbn announced yesterday that they are resuming HFC sales on 27th April. Continue reading It’s BACK! NBN HFC set to resume sales this month!
Migrating your voice services for the NBN can be hard, but the first step is to speak to someone who understands those challenges. Continue reading Cut the cord and connect with the cloud
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new SoftPhone app for our CloudPBX Platform, CloudPBX Mobile. CloudPBX Mobile enables users of the Real World CloudPBX to have a simple, hassle-free way to use their mobile phones as part of their business phone system. We’ve been using it internally for some time now and it’s made a massive difference to the way we work. The … Continue reading CloudPBX Mobile is here