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David Stamp is the owner of David Stamp Consulting, working in international marketing & communications as People Influencers
David Stamp is the owner of David Stamp Consulting, working in international marketing & communications as People Influencers

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Wrong nationality for 007...

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Find out how the Barbon + Middleton Communities in the​ Northwest of the UK have installed their own Gigabit (1,000 Mbps) fibre optic broadband...

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Great product!
This week we’ve partnered with Western Digital to give away its just announced My Cloud Home 4TB storage solution. Just released on Wednesday, this new hard drive offers fully wireless backups of your devices and more. Head below to learn how you could…

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New Thunderbolt 3 display port and HDMI 2.0 adapters from StarTech...

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Very good mid-2017 5K iMac video review... well worth watching...
Fixed audio issue for macOS Safari users.

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Have you moved from a traditional telephone service to VoIP?

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MXHF5KS

We are firstly targeting this at B4RN Gigabit Fiber Optic customers here in the UK but we also want the world view...

Does anyone know what the component delay is for certain specifications of 'build to order' mid-2017 Apple iMac 27"?

I ordered mid-July and it should normally have been being built about now, for delivery later this month.

My order is now being quoted as 'delayed until October 2017' due to "a component shortage" (which component was not specified).

Specification ordered was: new mid-2017 iMac 27" with i7 4.2 Ghz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, and highest spec 580 GPU

Does anyone know what the problem is?

I am thinking of using the SDXC port in my new mid 2017 iMac 27" for data storage for work for one of my clients.

Can someone recommend the best (quality and save speeds) SDXC card to use (Sandisk Extreme Pro, PNY, Lexar, Transcend JetDrive or whatever?), plus whether to leave formatting as exFAT or change to the new Apple file system launching soon in High Sierra?

I note that there does not seem to be a Transcend JetDrive specifically for the iMac (only the range of physical and storage sizes for MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Airs)...

Any best advice?

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Let the power of the Mac go with you, wherever you travel...

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Watch the new More4 British TV series about The Yorkshire Dales and The Lake District, starting 4 July at 9 pm. Our #B4RN Gigabit fibre optic community broadband project is featured in the first episode:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETCFWkZHPVA&index=16&list=PLq8diV8ujxciPtTOui7BIDGXAZU0aKwUg
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