The original Pi-Top was a modular laptop powered by a Raspberry Pi that came out on Indiegogo back in 2014. Now, the company (also called Pi-Top) is back with an updated version of the laptop that looks to improve on the original in a couple of key ways, via Engadget…
Clio 200 cup initial interior strip down – Some more pictures following on from last weeks timelapse video – Dan dug a little deeper into things, removing the dash and all of the sound proofing before popping the upper dashboard back into place.
Rick Playwell here with one of my many hints and tips to I’ll be sharing to keep you happy when dealing with technology or your IT systems.
This week – The centre mouse button.
If you like you can follow me on Instagram. Use the hashtags #rickstips and #askrick to ask me IT related questions on my instagram account.
The UK ranks 31st in the world for broadband speeds and lags behind most of Europe, according to a new study. Cable ranked the UK’s average broadband speed at 16.51Mbps (megabits per second), which means a Lord of the Rings length movie would take one hour and two minutes to download…
Whether you’re a Small, medium or large sized business, here at Blue Spot, we have a friendly, professionally trained team of expert technicians ready to support you and your business IT. We know that every business is different so which level of support you need is dependent on your requirements!Continue reading
Hey, I’m Alex. I’m the Blue Spot Computers Apprentice and I live in the Workshop.
Whether it’s a laptop with a faulty hard drive or a new desktop that needs building then it’s my job to make everyone a brew and let Simon show me how it’s done…
Rick Playwell here! I just wanted to let you know that I will soon be running a new feature on our blog.
A selection of the best hints and tips to keep you happy and sane when dealing with technology or your IT systems.
So keep watch this space and if you like you can follow me on Instagram too! Use the hashtags #rickstips and #askrick to ask me IT related questions on my instagram account.
Hi I’m Rick Playwell, the new PR Manager for Blue Spot Computers and I joined the team yesterday.
I used to be in the construction industry but bricks can get very boring after a while so I thought I’d try something that offered me a new challenge.
Streamlining how your business operates is quite easily one of the best tools you can use to both optimise your company’s productivity and as such increase your profits, but one place where most companies fail to think about the importance of streamlining is with their IT – and not necessarily when it comes to the system itself…
Hi I’m Amy, the newest member of Blue Spot’s first line support team.
I joined the team in April of this year, with the aim of kickstarting my career in IT. I love my role already as I have encountered a variety of different IT Issues meaning no two days are the same.
You may have heard the term before, but what does it actually mean? More importantly, how can outsourcing different aspects of your workload help you and your business?
Outsourcing is nothing new, the process and its principles of ‘contracting out’ an external company to take over some of your operational work have been around for a long time. There’s many companies offering business outsourcing for all kinds of different tasks: Accounts, Payroll, Customer service, IT Support etc. but the key to making outsourcing work for you is simply in finding right fit with a company who can provide everything you need.
So why outsource anything in the first place? Here’s a few reasons why you should look into outsourcing:
Hi I’m Sam, one of Blue Spot’s 1st line support technicians.
When I’m not logged on to your network saving the day I like to indulge in many random activities.
One of my oldest hobbies is skate boarding and long boarding. I’d happily take the thrill of hurtling down a hill on my longboard over learning a new trick any day.
I also enjoy cycling, as a result I cycle to work every day and try to go on bike rides most nights, weather permitting. As I spend most of my days looking at computer screens solving problems…
This week some of the internet’s most popular websites will look quite different, as they participate in a day of action on Wednesday 12 July to oppose changes to US rules which govern net neutrality.