The Ten Technology Basics

September 17th, 2009 in Blog | No Comments

Technology is always changing and evolving, but most businesses can’t afford to keep pace with the latest trends. Instead, focus on laying a solid foundation for your business technology, with a plan and a budget for ongoing support, maintenance and replacement. It’s just as important to get the technology basics right as it is to have a strong financial or marketing plan. This month we touch on the ten technology basics that should be in place in your business.

1. Hardware & Software – The most obvious technology components. To reduce problems, ensure that your hardware isn’t too old and always use legally licensed software.

2. Power protection – Often neglected, power protection equipment is an essential investment for protecting your more expensive technology assets from power-related damage.
3. File sharing – Whether using a shared storage device on your network, a ‘hosted’ solution or your own server, save yourself from the tiring and unproductive task of emailing documents around your own team.
4. Backups – Ensure they are functioning, checked daily, tested weekly and stored securely at another location. It’s not enough to ‘think’ that they are working and that ‘someone’ is looking after them.
5. Internet access – Balance your monthly fee budget with a connection that is reliable and gives you enough speed and data allowance to enable your staff to work effectively.
6. Domain name – The cost is negligible to show people you are serious about your business and you are not just operating with a free email service. Build your internet presence on this and tap into a great source of new customers.
7. Security – Though network ‘firewalls’ and ‘anti-malware’ software security measures are now considered essential, don’t neglect the physical security of your computers. Is your server easy to grab during a break-in through your front door?
8. Passwords – Commonly avoided in small business as you trust the people you work with, secure, complex passwords are needed in your defense against hacking attempts and physical theft.
9. Plans & Policies – Technology needs to be managed like any area of your business, not just taken for granted and acted on in an emergency. Your plans should include budgeting for replacing aging hardware, business continuity processes in case of technology failure, and disaster recovery processes. Policies for staff covering acceptable usage and computer security are also easier implemented before they are needed.
10. Trusted I.T. advisor – Develop a relationship with a technology expert who is willing to learn about your business. Then you’ll get the best possible support and solutions that fit your current needs and future plans.
Talk to your local Computer Troubleshooter about the next steps for reinforcing your strong technology foundation.


September 17th, 2009 in Blog | No Comments

As the end of the Financial Year approaches we are often thinking of ways of ensuring our business is tax effective, so now is the time to start planning. Here are 6 Tips for IT from Computer Troubleshooters you might consider with advice from your tax advisor:

1 Small Business & General Business Tax Break

For Small Businesses turning over less than $2 million a year, new tangible equipment investments of more than $1,000 are eligible for the tax rebate. Under the government’s plan businesses will be able to claim a bonus deduction of 30% for new eligible depreciable assets .The deduction is on top of the usual capital allowance deduction (i.e. depreciation).

To be eligible for the investment allowance, businesses must

* acquire or start to hold the equipment under a contract entered into between December 13 2008 and the end of June 2009 and

* have it installed ready for use by the end of June 2010, the deduction will be in the income year when first used or installed ready for use.

It is an ideal time to upgrade hardware & networks as you get the 30% as an upfront rebate plus you get the normal depreciation benefits over time. If you embark on the full network upgrade project the full installation and configuration cost of the project can be capitalized and included in total project costs. However, new software costs are not eligible for the 30% Tax Break Deduction.

Example – A Small Business buys & installs a $5,000 computer before the end of June 2009 can claim an additional $1,500 deduction (ie, 30%) in its 2008/09 tax return.

2 Prepayment of IT Services

For Small Businesses turning over less than $2 million a year prepayment of the following years IT services is a great way of tax effectively managing your future IT costs and having a complex area of your business effectively outsourced to an expert.

A prepayment is not apportioned but allowed in full as a deduction in the year the year in which it is incurred if all services in respect of the prepayment are provided with 13 months of incurring the expenditure.

Your Computer Troubleshooter can provide prepayment of IT services using either a Managed Services Contract or a Block Time Services Agreement.

*  A Managed services Contract has a defined service level and a monthly management component. This allows your network to be proactively managed & serviced like an outsourced IT department.

*  A Block Time Services Agreement is an agreement to provide a specific number of hours of services at an agreed rate. This is a responsive contract where you use your Computer Troubleshooter as your service provider on a pay for service basis over the year. Generally this must be expended within the 12 month period.

Example – A Small Business decides to contract Computer Troubleshooters for it’s 2009/2010 IT outsourcing contract for $500 a month. The $6,000 contract covering 12 months is signed and paid prior to end of June 2009. The business can claim the $6,000 deduction in its 2008/09 tax return.

3 Depreciation

The depreciation rate on IT equipment is quite high due to their low expected life compared to many other depreciable assets. For depreciating IT assets over $1,000 the effective life is 4 years and 3 years for laptop computers. Small Businesses in many cases can claim an immediate deduction for a depreciating IT asset costing less than $1,000.

So while equipment may last beyond this point you may no longer have depreciation tax benefits.

So you if upgraded your IT equipment you could be experiencing the benefits of the latest technology tax effectively with a lower downtime risk and better running costs.

Example – A Small Business has a fully depreciated server which is five years old and expensive to maintain with a high risk of failure. It replaces the Server with a new one purchased & installed for $5,000 qualifying for the 30% Tax Incentive (see Tip1) & depreciates the equipment on an ongoing basis. Effectively gaining the $1,500 (30%) rebate, plus depreciating the $5,000 over the life of the asset, moving some expenses from cash to non-cash, and reducing business continuity risk.

4 Education Tax Refund

The Federal Government recently announced the proposed introduction of an education rebate for primary and secondary students. Under the proposal, eligible tax payers will be able to claim 50% for costs up to $750 for primary school students (i.e. a rebate of up to $375), and 50% for costs up to $1,500 for secondary school students (i.e. a rebate of up to $750).

*  To be eligible, the taxpayer must receive Family Tax Benefit (‘FTB’) Part ‘A’ or the child receives certain payments or allowances such as Youth Allowance, ABSTUDY or Disability Support Pension

Computer equipment and computer running costs (such as internet service provider fees, laptops, home computers, printers, toner, and stationery) used by students can be claimed. Make sure you keep receipts and tax invoice for inclusion for the claim.

Example – A family receives Family Tax Benefit Part ‘A” and have 2 children in school one in primary, the other in secondary. They purchase a $2,000 home computer for use by the children and pay $60 a month for ADSL. Total spending of $2,720 on IT for the students is incurred before end of June 2009. In their 2008/09 tax return they claim $750 for the primary student & $1,500 for the secondary student. This equates to a rebate of $375 plus $750, so the rebate of $1,125 will be included in their 2008/09 tax return.

5 Home Computer Services

If have used Computer Troubleshooters for servicing a computer that has been used for deriving income or managing tax affairs a proportion of the amount may be claimed for deduction for tax purposes.

IT costs such internet access, printer consumables (toner & paper), depreciation, and computer security subscriptions maybe proportionally deductible in the same circumstance.

Like all personal tax deductions you would need to provide proof of the expense and verify the proportion of the cost that is deductible.

Example – A home user who uses their home computer for managing their tax & financial affairs has previously verified with their tax consultant that 30% of the costs associated with the computer are tax deductable. The home user has used Computer Troubleshooters during the year and spent $300 in repairing the computer and has a tax invoice & receipt. The owner can include the $300 in their computer running expenses & gain a $90 deduction of the costs (30%) in their 2008/09 tax return.

6 Get Tax Advice & Make a Plan

Often we wait until the end of the financial year to think about tax. This year why not be proactive and plan your tax outcomes in advance. With specific Federal Government programs available that must be committed before July 1 it is an imperative that to take full advantage you begin to plan now.

Why not take advantage of tax incentives and ensure your IT is up to speed.

Talk to your tax advisor and your Computer Troubleshoooters to find a tax effective IT plan for your circumstances.

Example – A Small Business turning over less than $2 million a year decides to develop an IT plan with it’s tax advisor, they determine to bring forward a planned $10,000 total network upgrade and appoint Computer Troubleshooters as their outsourced IT department for next year for $6,000. The business gains the $3,000 rebate plus is able to reduce the 2008/09 tax liability by $6,000 by prepaying the managed services contract for 2009/10. Giving the business a financial boost for the 2008/09, but also having upgraded the IT infrastructure and outsourced the IT management they have reduced business continuity uncertainty and improved efficiency.

For more information talk to your local Computer Troubleshooters – your Trusted IT Advisor

All advice contained in this communication is of a general nature and should not be relied on as a reliable source for Tax advice. The IT Tax Tips contained in this document were regarded as correct at the time of writing, changes to legislation or proposed legislation may alter these Tips. We recommend you contact the Australia Tax Office or a Certified Tax Consultant for advice for your personal or business situation.

B.E.S.T IT Outsorcing

June 13th, 2009 in Case Study | No Comments




Kansai Coatings Malaysia Sdn Bhd

  1. Company
    1. Name:
      1. Kansai Coatings Malaysia Sdn Bhd
    2. Website:
    3. Size:
      1. Employee:
        • 150
      2. Servers and Computers:
        • 85
    4. Industry:
      1. Industrial building Painting materials
    5. Country:
      1. Malaysia
    6. Profile:
      1. Kansai Coatings Malaysia Sdn Bhd in Shah Alam (HQ), Alor Setar, Butterworth, Kota Bharu, Kuantan, provides building painting materials, design the coloring for new housing area nationwide.
  1. Software and Services:
    1. B.E.S.T IT Outsource Solutions
      1. B.E.S.T.  IT Outsource is a completely new approach to servicing small businesses, and was developed exclusively by Computer Troubleshooters, the world’s largest network of small & medium business technology specialists.
    2. AVG Antivirus Professional Network Edition
  1. Briefing:
    1. Kansai Coatings Malaysia provides building painting materials to commercial sector across the Malaysia. They always want to improve the stability and high availability on the IT equipments by increasing the Service Level of IT to higher standard and centralize the IT support for all the branches, Kansai Coatings Malaysia implemented and adopted the B.E.S.T IT Outsource. The company can now enjoy the maximum uptime of the IT equipments, and cost saving on the IT equipments maintenance. The staff is more productive on their work, because their work does not need to disturb due to the IT equipments failure.
  1. Business Needs:
    1. Kansai Coatings Malaysia is one of the leading company in it industry. Kansai Coatings Malaysia also one the of the IT optimized company with full function world class ERP. Therefore, their business is fully automated by the ERP, they need the computer to complete their daily job. Any downtime of the computer will cause the company making lost in revenue, and reduce the employees’ productivity, Kansai Coatings Malaysia have decided to reduce the downtime of the computer by increasing the IT support quality and improve the reliability of the IT equipments for 150 employees.

Due to the increasing security threat from the computer’s virus, spyware, malware, spam email, and computer hacker, Kansai Coatings Malaysia also take precaution to avoid becoming one of the victim of the cyber crime. As the result, Kansai Coatings Malaysia also seriously considers to enhance the security on the end-user computer and the Servers.

Besides that, Kansai Coatings Malaysia wants to standardize and stabilize all the IT support for all the branches around the Malaysia. Because of the branch office also connect back to the Shah Alam HQ to access the ERP system to process their daily business activity. Hence, the branches also need the high availability on the IT equipment to make sure the smooth access of the HQ’s ERP system and other business applications resources.

Kansai Coatings Malaysia main concern is to cut the IT operational cost for HQ and branches. For HQ, they need to hire a dedicated IT executive to perform regular IT maintenance tasks and support. As for the branches, they engage third party to fix the IT problems, the main problem they facing for branches IT support is delay of support and inconsistency of the quality of support. Both of the issues have causing Kansai Coatings Malaysia budget more expenses on the IT support.

  1. Solutions:
    1. When first Kansai Coatings Malaysia learned the B.E.S.T IT Outsource is Flat Rate IT Services that will give them Immediate Savings & Budgetability for all the IT support cases. They see the point of unlimited support is given with the flat monthly fee that will certainly help them to save the IT support cost for HQ and branches.

Second, the centralize Proactive Management that promise Maximum Uptime for all the IT equipments also draw the attention of the IT manager. After he understand our B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology will monitor the IT equipments such as Servers, Network Routers, Switches, and computers for 24x7x365, and B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology also will trigger alert to Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia Support Center to take immediate action whenever the IT equipments is not functioning. Besides that, the B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology will make sure the AVG Antivirus, Antispyware software are up-to-date. On top of that, B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology also takes part in Microsoft Windows Update to deploy the latest patches release from Microsoft. With this latest technology from Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia, the IT Manager is confident that the UPTIME of the IT equipments will increase, and he will have the peace of mind because the IT equipments are under good monitoring system.

Third, the Vendor Management allows Immediate Impact to Your Bottom Line. Because the IT manager instead of calling for different vendors for IT equipments support and warranty, now he need to call to Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia only for all the after sales services, the Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia will arrange with the vendors for support, collection, warranty, and delivery.

Last but not least, B.E.S.T IT Outsource come with the Professional Services that Make Your Business More Efficient & More Competitive. Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia is the one-stop IT information, consultation and resources center for the entire B.E.S.T IT Outsource client. Kansai Coatings Malaysia is happy to know that they are on the Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia BEST Practice roadmap plan that will make sure the IT of the company will grow simultaneously with the business.

Yet, Kansai Coatings Malaysia is thrilled by knowing that only with monthly fee they can have all the services mentioned above.

  1. Benefits:
    1. By implementing the B.E.S.T IT Outsource, Kansai Coatings Malaysia has been able to improve and increase the reliability of their IT equipments, which increase the productivity of staff and reduce the IT operational cost.

Foundation for new business capabilities

Once the  B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology fully deploy to every IT equipments at HQ and branches, the IT support and regular maintenance has become centralize support system. Now the computer users only need to call to Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia IT Helpdesk to get their computer problem solved. Thanks to the  B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology now Kansai Coatings Malaysia know their IT assets details in and out by using the IT support web portal, this will ease them to do planning and budget on the IT equipments.

Higher staff productivity

Every computer located at HQ, and branches under the care of the B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology will update the antivirus, antispyware, Microsoft windows patches regularly to make sure the computers are protected. This already reduces the downtime caused by computer virus, spyware infection. In other way, the computer UPTIME increase, the staff productivity increase.

The ticket to support the virus, spyware infected computer reduced by Proactive Management.

besides that, because of most of the tickets are solve within Service Level Agreement time, the staff can get back to the work faster after the computer crash. Less time is wasted during the troubleshooting.

Enhanced competitiveness

Ongoing Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia’s Best Practice checking have help Kansai Coatings Malaysia solve some of the existing problem such as network intermittent, computer slowness, and etc. step by step Kansai Coatings Malaysia is complying the Best Practice which will minimize the company’s computers problem and increase the reliability and achieve the target of high availability on IT equipments.

Lower costs

Cost saving is direct impact on the hard-cost items such as:

1) Internal IT Executive salary, benefits, EPF, Socso – RM1,200.00/year

2) Security software – RM8, 786.00/year

B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology from Computer Troubleshooters Malaysia have help Kansai Coatings Malaysia to save RM9, 968.00 per year at HQ Shah Alam.

Cost Saving on Soft-cost items such as:

1) Reduce Servers downtime – 5 hours/ month, affecting 85 users

2) Reduce Network equipments downtime – 3 hours/ month, affecting 85 users

3) Reduce Computers downtime – 85 hours/ month, for the whole company

4) IT Manager time-cost on handling 5 vendors – 2 hours/ month, for each vendor

B.E.S.T IT Outsource technology save from above items, which is costing RM102, 300.00 per years.

Total Saving by implementing B.E.S.T. IT Outsource is RM105, 668.00 for every year.

Email Virus or Season Greeting?

September 17th, 2008 in Blog | No Comments

If an email arrives in your inbox, claiming to be an electronic greeting card from a friend or family member, would you automatically open it? New research by global internet security company AVG Technologies found that 74 per cent of the people polled said they would automatically open the email.

Criminals misuse our trust in familiar names. They send their security threats with false ‘from’ addresses to get us to think the information has come from a trusted source. Reputable companies are also not immune, with one reported case of emails being sent in the name of the Deputy Director of the USA’s FBI department.

If your computer is up to date with functioning security software, do you need to be concerned? Well, just like you need good driving skills in a car that has many safety features, good email habits can also help to protect your precious information. Sneaky attacks like identity information gathering (known as ‘phishing’) can also be difficult to detect.

Remember these tips for the next greeting card that arrives in your inbox:

1. Check the spelling: Look out for misspelled words, names or website addresses, which are a good sign that the email is not genuine.

2. Read the fine print: Carefully read any terms and conditions that you have to accept before viewing your card, especially if the card site wants to install any software onto your computer. You may actually be agreeing that the site can have access to the details of everyone in your address book.

3. Don’t open attachments: Save any attachments and scan them with your security software before opening them.

4. Avoid clicking on links: Links to websites may look legitimate, but they can hide malicious code that activates once the link is clicked. Instead, most e-card companies allow you to visit their website by typing the site name manually into your web browser and then entering a code to retrieve your card.

5. Phone a friend: If in doubt, delete the email or call the sender to confirm that they really sent it.

Talk to your local Computer Troubleshooter if you are concerned about the contents of an e-card that you have received or your computer is running slow with popups and  is showing signs of operational difficulty.

Social Networking or Cyber Bludging ?

September 11th, 2008 in Blog | No Comments
MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn, Nexopia, Hi5, Skyrock and Friendster are common examples of online communities or ‘social networking’ websites. They enable you to build connections to people who share your interests and provide communication methods like instant messaging, message boards and status messages.

This kind of electronic group communication is nothing new – in fact local computer bulletin board systems existed in the 1970s. However, today’s social networking sites have become another vital component of online life for many people, sometimes regarded as important as e-mail. This is due to many factors, including:

1) Their ease of access, as computers and high speed internet are now expected in most homes and businesses;
2) Their integration with other media components such as photos (which can often be uploaded directly from a compatible mobile phone camera) and videos (e.g. YouTube site video links);
3) Their ‘instant’ communication feeds, where you can see the new status messages of all of your friends on one screen.

These technology components have a universal appeal across a wide range of ages – whether you are sharing homework tips with your school friends, keeping in touch about overseas travel adventures or sharing stories about your children or grandchildren.

But unless you have everything set to ‘private’, beware what information you post that other people can view. Apart from obvious sensitive personal information (such as your address or phone number), other things that you say on your profile page can also get you into trouble. Many employers and prospective employers use the internet as a research tool, so don’t announce that you are looking for a new job if you don’t want that to be made public. Even if your boss can’t see your message, someone else may decide to give your boss a call and let them know. There have also been many examples where disciplinary action has been taken because someone has posted negative comments about a named customer, or has raved about their great day when they had called in sick.

There is a strong debate about whether access to these websites should be allowed ‘on work time’. People naturally want to communicate and build friendships, so banning these sites can be seen as tyrannical. In some industries such as recruitment, a social networking presence is encouraged, as it helps to build a pool of possible candidates. It’s also argued that team works together better (especially teams with members in multiple locations), if the members have an opportunity to learn about others likes, dislikes and interests outside of the workplace. However, work productivity is a concern for employers, so technology measures that restrict or monitor the usage of these sites can be helpful when combined with ‘acceptable usage’ guidelines.

If you would like to learn more about the risks of social networking websites, talk to your local Computer Troubleshooter.

Is your Laptop Painful ?

September 11th, 2008 in Blog | No Comments

In the past, the use of laptop computers was reserved for selected, special people in the corporate world, like executives and travelling sales managers. These large and expensive machines were carried around by ‘road warriors’ who completed their business duties from hotel rooms after a day of meetings.

As portable technology has become faster, lighter and cheaper, laptops have migrated into small businesses, university lecture halls and even our homes. Indeed, if your new laptop is faster than your old computer and can be placed wherever you need it in your home, office, or any other location, then why do you need a traditional ‘desktop’ computer? Most businesses now don’t provide with you with a desktop computer at your office desk if your role warrants having a laptop.

The main downside of this is the increasing number of repetitive strain injury cases. Quite simply, the laptop computer was never designed for long periods of use (especially not a full 8 hour or even 12 hour working day). The main ergonomic design flaw of the screen being attached to the keyboard just does not work in harmony with the optimal positioning of our eyes, head, fingers and wrists. So, the positioning of our laptop ends up being a compromise on both counts – with the keyboard close enough for us to type on, but the screen tilted back so we can read it. Our bodies still end up in a compromised position, with hands navigating a smaller key layout and our necks bent down on an angle, throwing the weight of our heads forward.

If you can’t live without your laptop, here are our tips to help it be nicer to your body:

·          Take regular breaks. ‘Micro breaks’ involve looking away from your screen often to something much further away, to let your eyes refocus and rest. Physical movement is important too, including regularly letting your arms drop or even getting up and walking away from your laptop.

·          Invest in a separate keyboard and mouse. Laptops have a plug to let them accommodate a full-sized keyboard and mouse, so take advantage of these better ergonomically designed ‘input devices’ if you are going to be using your laptop for hours.

·          Raise your laptop so the screen is at the correct height, or invest in a separate monitor. If you sit back in your chair with a slight recline and hold your right arm out horizontally, your middle finger should almost touch the middle of the screen.

·          Watch out for heat build-up if the laptop is going to be on your lap for a prolonged period of time. Consider investing in a special pad or tray designed to reduce the heat problem.

·          Invest in a quality bag or backpack. If you travel frequently, perhaps a ‘luggage trolley’ type bag with wheels would be a better option, to help prevent shoulder strain. Consider the weight factor when buying a new laptop too, including the weight of any associated laptops parts you may have to carry with you.

Talk to your local Computer Troubleshooter about how to stop your laptop being a pain in the neck, wrists, arms, back and shoulders!

New Year – New Office

September 11th, 2008 in Blog | No Comments
Often technology’s little problems or hassles are ‘put up with’, instead of being given the attention needed to resolve or improve them. Let’s start the New Year by dealing with a few areas that can be easily and inexpensively solved. Watch out for part 2 of this article next month.

Having trouble finding things? If your collection of electronic files continues to grow, think about archiving any historical information. This will remove old files from being listed amongst files that you currently need, but can be done so they are easy to access again if you ever need to refer to them. Archiving can also be applied to historical emails.

Your current files may benefit from some re-organising too but ensure that all of your team members are aware of the new structure so they don’t wonder where everything went. You will also need to check your backup regime – moving files to a new location may cause the backup to think they are new files, which will increase your backup storage requirements. This can be avoided with some careful planning.

Overloaded with emails? Review any mailing lists or offers that you subscribe to. If you find you are too busy to read them and are just deleting them, considering unsubscribing instead. Use ‘rules’ in your email program to sort incoming messages into folders, moving non-urgent items (like mailing lists) out of your Inbox automatically but still being available to read. If you receive many emails from your team with attachments (e.g. documents for you to review etc), consider using a centralised storage place instead, like a ‘network file share/drive letter’. Saving and sharing files from one place reduces the amount of storage needed, compared to multiple copies of the same file in email Sent folders and Inboxes.

Running out of consumables? Why does it also seem that the printer runs out of paper (or ink!) when you are urgently waiting for a document? Has your cordless mouse battery ever died when you’ve been updating an important PowerPoint presentation? Consider adding a few things to the standard tasks you perform when you open or close your office for the day, such as filling the printer with paper. Placing cordless mice on their charging stands and checking printer ink levels could be done weekly. This reduces the risk of this running out at an inconvenient time.

Could a few extras make life easier? If there is always a queue at the printer, compare the cost of an extra printer to the frustration and the wasted time that you spend waiting. Remember too to invest in components like an extra monitor, keyboard and mouse for staff that use laptops, to reduce the risk of overuse injuries.

Talk to your local Computer Troubleshooter about how a few small tweaks to your office technology could make the world of difference.

Another Text-Only Post

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A Post With an Ordered List

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A Post With a Right-Aligned Image

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