Think About Business

Think About Business is a collection of business-related IT news, opinion and discussion generated by Think I.T. team members and our partners. We anticipate publishing every 4-6 weeks.

Think About Business is our way of keeping you informed of developments and trends and their relevance to your enterprise, as well as discussing some general business issues.

We welcome your input and feedback. Let us know what you like and don’t like. Tell us what you want to see being discussed or illuminated. The best “letter to the Editor” each edition will be rewarded with a bottle of something nice chosen by our resident Oenophile, Kerry Wilson.

If you have a colleague who would benefit from subscribing to Think About Business, please have them email editor@thinkit.co.nz and we will sign them up.

Think I.T. moves to Orcon & Vodafone

A routine review of Think I.T.’s own telecommunications requirements opened up new possibilities for our clients. Think I.T. can now offer businesses an integrated IT service package that includes Orcon data connections. We were also concerned that the third-party telecommunications solutions being offered previously were not competitive enough. “We looked at the market and the... > Read more

Welcome to the first edition of Think About Business

Welcome to the first edition of Think I.T.'s client newsletter, Think About Business. This is one of our three new publications. Think About Business is a collection of business-related IT news, opinion and discussion generated by Think I.T. team members and our partners. We... > Read more

On Tablets

In the past few years, mobile computing has changed significantly. The road warrior no longer has to carry around a large amount of heavy equipment to be able to remain in contact with their home base. A doctor in a hospital can walk their rounds and be able to easily and instantly pull up all... > Read more

Why would I purchase my new PC/notebook/printer from Think I.T.

I am sure a lot of you have browsed the shelves at your local JB-HiFi or Noel Leeming, and seen PCs, laptops and printers with cash deals or interest free terms that are sometimes hard to pass up.  Should you just purchase your PC from a retail store and get us to set it it up? Here are... > Read more

Faster quoting with Quosal

We’ve had our quoting system Quosal up & running since early September 2011.  One aim of Quosal is to give a user friendly experience for both our Clients and Sales team,  this is largely attained as Quosal fully integrates in to our ConnectWise ticketing system. ... > Read more

The betrayal of trust in business and personal relationships

Good business and personal relationships are based on trust. We like to interact and do business with people we feel comfortable with and have some degree of trust and rapport with. Where there is high trust and resonance, in time, some of these relationships ripen into long lasting... > Read more

Norman Johnston
"The most powerful motivating factor for employees is seeing tangible progress whilst performing meaningful work. Effective information Technology achieves this objective."

Norman Johnston
Think I.T. Team

News

SCAM ALERT: COVID-19 Maps Used to Deploy Malware and Scrape Credentials

Scam linked to COVID-19 infographic map used to invade your computer and steal your data. Recently Cybersecurity company Reason labs released a threat analysis report, detailing a new attack that takes advantage of internet users’ increased appetite for information about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, that has now been categorised as a pandemic worldwide. This...  more...

Blog

The Top 5 Threats to Your IT Infrastructure

  With cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated, the security landscape is quickly changing. A recent study shows that small to medium-sized businesses globally are facing an increase in phishing attacks by 57%, compromised or stolen devices by 33%, and credential theft by 30%. New Zealand businesses in 2019 saw a 38% increase in reported cyber attacks...  more...