Trio Apps & PC Repair

Trio Apps & PC Repair is an App development and PC repairs company located in Mandurah, developing mobile apps, websites and providing PC solutions.

Trio Apps & PC Repair (Trident Oceanic Pty Ltd) is an App development and PC repairs company located in Perth, developing websites, applications for iPhone, iPad, & android devices and providing PC solutions. We excel in providing specialized website development & application services to diversified range of industries and can work with any company to develop a mobile application strategy and PC s

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18/09/2018

Here's a list of seven specific reasons why your business should definitely consider investing in your organic SEO:

It still works – First and foremost, the techniques employed to improve SEO still work. Even though data regarding organic traffic from Google was pulled fairly recently, the techniques themselves remain sound. Plenty of SEO case studies performed post-Hummingbird can verify this. Joshua Guerra, CEO of marketing firm BIZCOR says “As long as you are focusing on optimal user experience while performing methodic SEO strategies, you will be rewarded with higher positioning and organic traffic."
It is not going to stop working any time soon – Based on the way search engines appear to be developing, it is not likely that SEO will cease to be effective any time in the foreseeable future. On some level, even audio and video searches ultimately depend on keywords the same as traditional text-based content; this link ensures the continued success of SEO techniques as long as it exists.
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It is cost-effective – Compared to the costs associated with other forms of online marketing such as PPC advertising, social media marketing, or purchasing leads for an email marketing program, SEO provides fairly good ROI. While PPC may drive more revenue and social media may be more important for your image, your organic SEO in many ways remains a bedrock of your online presence.
Search engines grabbing more market share – Somewhere between 80-90% of customers now check online reviews prior to making a purchase, and this number is only expected to increase. It won’t be long before virtually everyone is searching for products and services online. Do you want them to be able to locate your business, or not? Without organic SEO in place, people will have a very hard time finding you and will instead find your competitors.
Rise of mobile bandwidth and local search optimization – Later this year, the amount of traffic delivered to mobile devices is expected to exceed that delivered to traditional desktop devices. With this dramatic explosion in mobile usage, a whole new world of effective SEO techniques have opened up for companies, such as local search optimization.
Not having a healthy content profile is damaging – With each and every update to its search algorithm, Google and other engines change the way they look at websites. Things which didn’t exist a few years ago, such as social media indicators, are now given fairly high importance in terms of their impact on your rankings. Not building a healthy content profile spread out months and years is potentially damaging to your business, as it is one of the factors Google evaluates when looking at your site.

Investing in organic SEO is more important now than ever before, despite the current difficulty everyone finds themselves facing regarding the lack of organic keyword data and traffic. Your business definitely needs to have an SEO strategy in place if you are interested in succeeding in terms of online marketing; it remains one of the single most important components of any organization’s branding efforts and online presence.

11/09/2018

Every Small Business Should Have a Website

Why Have a Website for Small Business?
The first reason why small businesses need a website, even if your business has five employees or less, is because that's where so many of your potential customers are for so much of the time.

For instance, a study by comScore Canada found that Canadians spend an average of 36.3 hours browsing in one month's time, while Americans spend 35.2 hours online every month. (This study also found that Canadians spend more time online each month than anyone else.)

Meanwhile, a Nielsen Company audience report for the first quarter of 2016 found that about 81% of adults in the United States have smartphones which are used about one hour and 39 minutes daily on average to consume media.

In both the U.S. and Canada, 88.5% of people are internet users.

All of which means that there are a whole lot of eyeballs that could be visiting and interacting with your small business's website - if you had one.

If you operate one of those small businesses that doesn’t have a website and that fact alone doesn’t persuade you to develop an online presence for your business, here are six more reasons:

1) People use the internet like they used to use the phone book.
I used to tell small business owners that it didn't matter if they had a website if most of their business was local. But now almost everyone uses the internet to get information - even local information. Potential customers are using their Smartphones and tablets to decide where to go and what to buy. So your small business has to come up in local search or beware; people who are searching will find other local businesses rather than yours.

2) A business website gives your business legitimacy.
People expect businesses to have their own websites, just as they used to expect businesses to have a real physical business address.

Not having a business website raises questions in customers' eyes. Are you a technological luddite? Just still haven't gotten around to it? Or such a shoestring startup that you can't even afford to do this? All things you don't want people thinking about your business.

3) A business website gives you another marketing channel.
Having a business website gives you an automatic online presence. Think of it as an online billboard. Instantly you have another chance to introduce people to your products and services and another way for people to find you. (Of course, how many eyes your billboard attracts will depend on your conscious marketing efforts to get people's attention, such as Search Engine Optimization, blogging, using social media, and online advertising.)

4) A business website gives you another opportunity for data collection/lead generation.
For instance, getting people to write their email addresses on pieces of paper and handing them in at a physical storefront is hard. But getting people to type their email address into a box on a website is much, much easier - especially if they perceive that they're getting something for it, such as a newsletter, a special report or an ebook. And once you have the email address, you have another way to reach your potential customer.

5) Ecommerce spending is increasing every year.
In the U.S., consumers spent $453.46 billion on the web for retail purchases in 2017, a 16.0% increase compared with $390.99 billion in 2016. Retail ecommerce sales are forecast to grow at a fast pace in the coming years, growing to just over 684 billion US dollars in 2020. In Canada, ecommerce spending was $27 billion in 2015 and sales are expected to total nearly $40 billion by 2018. Canadians shop more abroad than they do domestically, with 67% of purchases going to other countries (PFS). Obviously consumers want online options.

Learn more about ecommerce: 8 Rules for a Successful Ecommerce Website​

6) Webrooming can lead customers into your store.
Another reason to have a website for your small business is that if you have a brick-and-mortar store, investing in building an online presence such as an ecommerce website can increase your offline store’s profits thanks to the growing popularity of webrooming, where customers research items online before purchasing them in-store.

27/06/2018

Are you having trouble with your Computer

24/03/2018

Trio Apps & PC Repair (Digital Active IT Solutions Pty Ltd) is an App development and PC repairs company located in Mandurah, Perth developing websites, applications for iPhone, iPad, & Android devices and providing PC solutions. We excel in providing specialized in...

- Desktop/Laptop Repair

- Hardware Replacement & Upgrade

- Virus Removal

- Data Recovery

- Software / Operating System Installation & Upgrade

Are you having trouble with your Computer/Laptop?

Also, don’t have enough time to take it to the repairer?

Then, we are here to help you.

We specialized in:

- Desktop/Laptop Repair

- Hardware Replacement & Upgrade

- Virus Removal

- Operating system or programme installation

- Data Recovery

We provide Pick-up & Drop-off services at your convenient time.

For any computer related problem, all you need to do is Contact Us

Because we have the solution.

Contact us on [email protected]

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26/12/2017

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23/12/2017

HDD or SSD....!

In this corner: the Hard Disk Drive
The traditional spinning hard drive has been a staple for many generations of personal computers. Constantly improving technology has enabled hard drive makers to pack more storage capacity on smaller drives than ever, at a cost per gigabyte that still makes hard drives the best bang for the buck.

IBM Ramac As sophisticated as they’ve become, hard drives have been around since 1956. The ones back then were two feet across and could store only a few megabytes of information, but technology has improved to the point where you can cram 10 terabytes into something about the same size as a kitchen sponge.
Inside a hard drive is something that looks more than a bit like an old record player: There’s a platter, or stacked platters, which spin around a central axis – a spindle – typically at about 5,400 to 7,200 revolutions per minute. Some hard drives built for performance work faster.

Information is written to and read from the drive by changing the magnetic fields on those spinning platters, using an armature called a read-write head. Visually, it also looks a bit like the arm of a record player, but instead of being equipped with a needle that runs in a physical groove on the record, the read-write head hovers slightly above the physical surface of the disk. Hard Drive exploded view
The two most common form factors for hard drives are 2.5-inch — common for laptops — and 3.5-inch, common for desktop machines. The size is standardized, which makes for easier repair and replacement when things go wrong.

The vast majority of drives in use today connect through a standard interface called Serial ATA (or SATA). Specialized storage systems sometimes use Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Fibre Channel or other exotic interfaces designed for special purposes.

Proven technology that’s been in use for decades makes hard disk drives cheap — much cheaper, per gigabyte, than solid state drives – as low as three cents per gigabyte. You don’t spend a lot but you get lots of space. Hard drive makers continue to improve storage capacity while keeping costs low, so hard drives remain the champion of anyone looking for a lot of storage without spending a lot of money.

The downside is that hard drives can be power-hungry, generate noise, produce heat, don’t work nearly as fast as SSDs, and are ultimately mechanical devices, so they wear out over time.

In the opposite corner: the Solid State Drive
Solid State Drives (SSDs) have become much more common in recent years. They’re standard issue across Apple’s laptop line, for example — the MacBook, Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air all come with SSDs. So does the Mac Pro. Even Macs that don’t come with SSDs by default, like the Mac mini and iMac, have SSD options, or “Fusion Drives” which combine SSD and hard drive storage together.

“Solid State” is industry shorthand for an integrated circuit, and that’s the key difference between an SSD and a hard drive: there are no moving parts inside an SSD. Rather than using disks, motors and read/write heads, SSDs use flash memory instead — that is, computer chips which retain their information even when the power is turned off. Inside an SSD
SSDs work in principle the same way the storage on your smartphone or tablet works. But the SSDs you find in today’s Macs and PCs work faster than the storage in your mobile device.
The mechanical nature of hard disk drives limits their overall performance. Hard drive makers work tirelessly to improve data transfer speeds and reduce latency and idle time, but there’s a finite amount they can do. SSDs provide a huge performance advantage over hard drives – they’re faster to start up, faster to shut down, and faster to transfer data.

What’s more, SSDs can be made smaller, can use less power than hard drives do, don’t make noise, and can be more reliable because they’re not mechanical. As a result, computers designed to use SSDs can be smaller, thinner, lighter and last much longer on a single battery charge than computers that use hard drives.

SSD Conversion Kit Many SSD makers also produce SSD mechanisms that are designed to be plug-and-play drop-in replacements for 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard disk drives, because there are millions of existing computers (and many new computers still made with hard drives) that can benefit from the change. They’re equipped with the same SATA interface and power connector you might find on a hard drive.
SATA itself can be a bottleneck for SSD, so computer makers designing custom SSD storage for their systems are often opting for different interfaces that provide better throughput and more thorough data optimization for SSDs. Apple uses PCI Express (PCIe) on its newer devices, for example. PC makers often opt for M.2 on their SSD systems. Check your computer’s specifications for more details on what it uses.

Just like hard drives, SSDs can wear out, though for different reasons. With hard drives, it’s often just the mechanical reality of a spinning motor that wears down over time. Although there are no moving parts inside an SSD, each memory bank has a finite life expectancy — a limit on the number of times it can be written to and read from before it stops working. Logic built into the drives tries to dynamically manage these operations to minimize problems and extend its life.

If you’re still using a computer with a SATA hard drive, you can see a huge performance increase by switching to an SSD. What’s more, the cost of SSDs has dropped dramatically over the course of the past couple of years, so it’s less expensive than ever to do this sort of upgrade.

For practical purposes, most of us don’t need to worry about SSD longevity. An SSD you put in your computer today will likely outlast the computer. But it’s sobering to remember that even though SSDs are inherently more rugged than hard drives, they’re still prone to the same laws of entropy as everything else in the universe.

This brings up an important point: Whether you’re using a hard drive or an SSD, a good backup plan is essential. Because eventually your drive will fail. You should have a local backup to recover from quickly, combined with secure cloud-based backup like Backblaze. To help get started, make sure to check out our Backup Guide.

Fusion Drives and Hybrid SSDs

Earlier we mentioned Apple’s “Fusion Drive.” This offering from Apple is available on the iMac and Mac mini (it’s standard issue on some configurations, optional on others). It combines a discrete SSD with a discrete hard drive mechanism, combined together to form one logical volume the computer sees as a regular storage device. Software running on OS X behind the scenes adjusts where the data is being stored (either on the SSD or the hard drive). You as the user simply see that a Fusion Drive works faster than a plain old hard drive by itself. It’s the best of both worlds: Better performance, while still retaining a reasonable cost per gigabyte.

Apple isn’t the only computer maker that’s putting both SSDs and hard drives into their systems, either. While “Fusion Drive” is an Apple appellation, the concept of combining SSD and hard disk storage can be replicated on Windows too.

Similarly, SSDs have caught the eye of hard disk drive makers who are anxious to see these performance improvements carry over to their devices as well. So there are a few “hybrid” drives available now which combine a small amount of on-board SSD with a regular hard drive. These can be cost-effective ways to improve performance and storage capacity on your computer without breaking the bank, though they don’t yield the same performance benefit as a pure SSD.

30/11/2017

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30/11/2017

Why nowadays most of the small businesses need to have an Antivirus software...?

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30/11/2017

How To Back Up Your Computer
On Windows

Get a backup drive. This can be just about any USB external hard drive, and you can get them at most electronics stores. Try to get one that has twice as much space as your computer, so you have room for multiple backups and so you have room for all the data you might get in the future.
When you first plug it in, Windows will actually ask you if you want to use it as a backup. Tell it that you do. If you don't get this prompt, you can just go to the Start Menu, type "backup" in the search box, and hit Backup and Restore.
From there, click the "Set Up Backup" button. Pick the external drive you plugged in and hit Next. Windows' default settings are probably fine, so you can just hit Next and the next screen too.
On the last screen, hit "Save Settings and Run Backup". Windows will make its first backup of your drive, during which you don't want to turn off your computer. After that, it'll make regular backups in the background as you work — you don't need to deal with it again.
If you ever need to restore a file you lost, you can just go to the Start Menu, type in "backup", and go back to "Backup and Restore". You can hit the "Restore My Files" or "Restore Users Files" buttons to get those files back.

On a Mac

Get a backup drive. This can be just about any USB external hard drive, and you can get them at most electronics stores. Try to get one that has twice as much space as your computer, so you have room for multiple backups and so you have room for all the data you might get in the future.
When you plug in your drive, your Mac will ask you if you want to use that drive as a backup disk. Hit "Use as Backup Disk". If you don't get this prompt, you can always go to System Preferences > Time Machine to set it as a backup disk, too.
From Time Machine's preferences, hit "Select Backup Disk" and choose your external drive.
That's it! OS X will perform its first backup (during which you'll want to keep your computer on), and from then on it'll back up in the background with no work required on your part.
If you ever need to restore a file, just click on the Time Machine icon in your menu bar and hit "Enter Time Machine". From there, you can search through your old backups for the files you lost and restore them to your hard drive.

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Trio Apps & PC Repair (Digital Active IT Solutions Pty Ltd) is an App development and PC repairs company located in Perth, developing websites, applications for iPhone, iPad, & android devices and providing PC solutions. We excel in providing specialized website development & application services to diversified range of industries and can work with any company to develop a mobile application strategy and PC support. We deliver excellence in designing apps and websites, computer services, system support and PC solutions specialized to provide you the edge over the competitors and to help you achieve the targeted growth, as at Trio Apps & PC Repair we care about you and aim at building your future.

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