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Application Service Provider
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Heather Cox

Sales & Marketing Director

Kingswood, SA |

Application Service Provider (asp) gives you the ability to work efficiently wherever you want to. Our range of IT services covers support of your onsite network as well as hosted solutions.

Based in Adelaide, South Australia, asp have been providing IT system support to a wide range of clients Australia wide, from national corporations to sole traders, since 1996. Drawing on our extensive knowledge of networks and providing client access to our own centralised server farms, we act as IT systems administrator for our clients, taking care of the day to day tasks associated with system maintenance be it at our aspcentre or at our client’s sites.

Our people are experts in remote data management and offer specialised IT support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Heather Cox

"If you need a machine today and don't buy it, tomorrow you will have paid for it and not have it." - Henry Ford

Articles by Heather

How to remember passwords: Do you have a ******** problem?

01 Jun 12 | Heather Cox

A British survey once revealed that over 70 percent of London commuters would reveal their computer password in exchange for a bar of chocolate. Would you? Read more

Is cloud computing best for my business?

05 May 12 | Heather Cox

There’s been a lot of talk recently about how the cloud will revolutionise business computing. But how is cloud computing different to what you’re doing now, and what’s the benefit? Read more

Essential technology for working from home

31 Mar 12 | Heather Cox

A productive home workplace needs a few basics in place. Here are some technology essentials to consider when working from home. Read more

Choosing the right printer

25 Feb 12 | Heather Cox

Even in a "paperless" office, a printer is a must. If you’re in the market for a new one, here are some important factors to consider when choosing a printer. Read more

Email overload: What to do with too many emails

22 Dec 11 | Heather Cox

From e-bills to loyalty program messages, notes from friends and business requests, email overload can be difficult to wade through email and attend to the important stuff, but your computer can do the hard work for you. Read more

Computer viruses: dispelling the myths

23 Nov 11 | Heather Cox

At this very moment, despicable people are creating computer viruses to make your computer do their bidding. Anti-virus software is your first line of defence against these digital diseases. Read more

Windows keyboard shortcuts: The keys to PC efficiency

15 Oct 11 | Heather Cox

If you spend a scarily large percentage of your waking hours in front of a computer, these Windows keyboard shortcuts will help make you more efficient. Read more

Should I buy an iPad for my business?

11 Aug 11 | Heather Cox

When it comes to gadgets, the iPad is undoubtedly the flavour of the month. But can you justify purchasing an iPad for business? Read more

A guide to business email communication

08 Jun 11 | Heather Cox

“Hello” is fine when answering your home phone, but it’s more appropriate to answer a business phone with the company name as well as the greeting. It’s the same with your business email communication and email address – it should represent your business Read more

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