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Wi Fi Smart Device Arrives - Wednesday, April 12, 2017
The TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi power plug is available now. This clever device enables you to remotely switch ON and OFF your appliances at home or work from your mobile phone.
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Website Upgrade Planned - Tuesday, April 04, 2017
Our website software will be upgraded this week to enhance features. Planned work is scheduled outside of normal 8am to 5pm business hours. However some users may experience interruptions which we apoligise for. If you have urgent orders and enquiries please submit them via sales@corporealit.net.au
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World Backup Day 2017 - Saturday, April 01, 2017
Today is World Backup Day. With the slogan, “Don’t be an April Fool, Backup your data on March 31”, the day is an initiative dedicated to encouraging all of us to backup our data.
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Power Distributon Units for AS 60038-2000 - Wednesday, March 29, 2017
In Australia the nominal voltage is 230 volts for 50Hz ac. Basically the nominal voltage is by which an electrical system is designated. Originally nominal voltage was 240 volts, however was changed by the International Electrotechnical Commission IEC. Furthermore Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand Committee prepared and issued AS 60038—2000. The latter standard set nominal voltage at 230 volts with a +10% to –6% variation at the point of supply. Recently AS 61000.3.100—2011 was published pertinent to steady voltages being provided to customers power supply. Moreover issues for tolerance levels with plus and minus levels for 230 nominal voltages are outlined, as well as, recommendations for network service providers to adhere to for steady power supply at customers connections.
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New Product 19 inch Shelf - Wednesday, March 15, 2017
We have extended our range of shelves for data centre rack cabinets. There are varying sizes to accommodate deeper cabinets. The shelf products can be found in Server Racks and Cabinets category.
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The nbn™ Multi Technology Mix - Wednesday, March 08, 2017
The nbn have published information on their Multi Technology Mix (MTM) network being rolled out across Australia. The various technology being implemented is explained in detail, as well as, with informative illustrations to highlight how it will basically work. For example there are several MTM options available however nbn Australia will decide which MTM is connected, such as FTTN, FTTC, FTTB, wireless and satellite.
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nbn Highlights Virtual Streaming Benefits - Thursday, March 02, 2017
nbn™ Australia highlights virtual streaming across multiple platforms on their broadband network to create a musical sound track. The users produced this sound track without ever meeting face-to-face. The collaboration was achieved according to nbn, entirely online, in the "artists’ bedrooms via the nbn™ network, with the help of musical maestro and GQ Breakthrough Solo Artist of 2016, Harts.  Using video conferencing, file transfer sites and social media, ‘Firefly’ is a celebration of music truly becoming borderless".
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CITS on Facebook - Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Our customers and visitors can sign in to their account with their Facebook account. Furthermore check our Facebook page to get updates and read interesting articles on our official CITS Store Facebook page. Like us @ www.facebook.com/CITSstore/
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Notebook Stand with Cooling Fan - Thursday, February 09, 2017
The heatwaves Australia has been experiencing this summer have been constant and extreme. Our body temperatures rise of course during a heatwave. So do our notebooks and mobile tablets which can overheat the devices especially the batteries inside. Heat is the number one factor to shorten a battery's holding charge time and life significantly. Hence take a look at the DeepCool Notebook Stand with Cooling Fan very stylish and beneficial to the longevity of batteries.
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SAFER INTERNET DAY - Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Today Tuesday 7th February, 2017 is Safer Internet Day. Safer Internet Day (SID) has become a landmark event in the online safety calendar. To promote the campaign use hash tag #SaferInternetDay #SID2017 on social media. The Australian government eSafety Commissioner, Office of the Children's, is spearheading the campaign in Australia. They're raising awareness and trying to get people involved to ensure the internet is safer for young people, as well as, helping them make better decisions when sharing sensitive information.
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