AGIX Discussion Security HowTo's

The Solution to Australia’s Cyber Security Threats

The cyber security threats are increasing and the solution either isn’t known or very poorly communicated to those who can actually make a difference. The later is my assumption and the topic of this article. No matter how many resources the authorities have, no matter how technologically advanced they are,

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Configure the TP-Link (MR6400) | Telstra 4G service with Static/Public IP

For times when standard broadband isn’t available, 4G may be a viable short term solution. This article notes what you need in order to get your service working. In this article we’ve used the TP-Link TL-MR6400 4G router. It has no ADSL capability. It has 4 ethernet ports, supports 802.11n

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IaaS Alternatives to AWS (Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and IBM Softlayer)

Amazon has a head-start with AWS IaaS services. We use AWS at AGIX by default because we know what they have to offer and we know what to expect with pricing and performance. We also have automation tools that work well with their stack. We’re often asked for alternatives for comparison

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AGIX Discussion All Linux HowTo's Windows HowTo's

Small Business IT Bible – This is the right way.

I update this article periodically to keep it current. The principles never change though.  Who should read this? Those who are responsible for small business IT systems. Do things the right way. When staff ask why things aren’t as simple or easy as they’d like, you know their expectations of business

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AGIX Discussion Scripting HowTo's

CSS Basics

This article explains how CSS (style sheets) work to enhance websites. Essentially CSS is used to change the way content is displayed in a web browser. Get more tips here http://www.w3schools.com/css/ Web browsers know what do to when text is marked-up. But you can change that with CSS. The following is

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