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Apple Certified technical coordinator (ACTC), certified help desk specialist. Ran Domain name registration company using Mac and Filemaker pro. Around 18 years of Mac networking and engineering experience. Currently have a high end home automation and audio visual company based in central London. I am certified as an electrician and on various lighting control systems (Crestron, Lutron, Control 4, rako etc)




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Apple ATTC Apple Help Desk Specialist Lutron Homeworks certified Savant Audio Visual certified City and Guilds copper and fibre network trained Panasonic IP phone system certified Control4 automation certified HAI certified Rako lighting certified Crestron Lighting Programmer certified Qualified electrician

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2017-02-25 Spotlight:

Just One more thing...    have a look at:    This is a full list of the search criteria.        Open a your hard drive by double clicking

2017-02-17 FIRE ESCAPE:

Traditionally a firewall was a physical barrier, used to stop fire spreading. In an office, you may have suspended ceilings which are all open. Building regulations oblige builders to incorporate a physical

2017-01-19 IS THIS NEW:

Updating a computer is just installing the latest software. The updates may be fixed for software bugs, security patches or additional features.    Upgrading could be software upgrades or could be hardware

2017-01-08 really slow:

I don't think there is anything you can do about this. It may simply be an issue with your ISP. Internet connections work on a series of peering arrangements between providers. It maybe that there is a

2017-01-05 really slow:

You seem to have plenty of ram and hard disc space. Your operating system is, however, very old. Have you tried a speed test? Go to     If this downloads at a good rate, then your internet


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