Hi everyone, Just thought I would show you an example of spam being delivered by what looked like social media. It could also have been connected to a virus or malware. The actual email is just annoying as it builds up links for someone’s Google ratings.
When you receive an email with active links hover your mouse over the active links (as in the picture below) and it will show where the link is pointing at. In this case the email looked as if it was coming from LinkedIn. So if it doesn’t start off with http://www.linkedin.com/….. then just delete the email. I was fortunate that our anti-virus system (from Trend Micro) actually scans links before we are allowed to open them and it warned me that the site this link was pointing at had been reported for malware. So please beware! If you have any comments or questions please contact me here. Jon
When was the last time that you bothered to think about your printer? Most people are only concerned that the page just prints!
However, if you are using an inkjet printer you are probably paying at least 13p per page if it has any colour items on the page, and many laser printers cost approximately 8p per page! But now you can buy an inkjet printer which can print a page for 3p per page! And print at just the same speed as a laser printer.
One of our clients is printing 2,500 pages each month, so let’s do a little bit of maths:-
At 13p per page
13p x 2500 = £325
Costs over 12 months
£325 x 12 = £3900
At 3p per page
3p x 2500 = £75
Cost over 12 months
£75 x 12 = £900
Savings over 12 months is approximately £3000!!!!!!
Yes, the printers from Epson and HP range from £150 for a straight network printer to £300 for a network multi-function printer which can print on both sides, wirelessly connect, scan and fax from your pc. So they are more expensive, but you can save a lot more than the price of the printer in a 12 month period if you print more than 125 pages each month.
If you want to find out more send me a message. Jon