About David Perkovic

David founded DP Computing in 1993. With a Computer Science degree and over 25 years of IT experience David has advanced computer, server and networking skills. He has personally designed, setup and administered many Microsoft based networks and likes to share his knowledge via blog posts and Youtube videos.

Staying Focused Working from Home

Working from home

Many of us are now being forced to work from home, which may or may not suit everyone. It can be challenging, especially when you have to adapt in the midst of all the other uncertainties that the coronavirus / COVID-19 has brought. Here are some strategies that can help you stay focused when working remotely. Continue reading

Setting Up Your Work from Home Environment

Working from home

You have been told to stay put and work from home, but you may now be a bit confused as you look around your home. You have never set up a home office before and are thinking, “Hmm, work where?”. Here are some tips on getting you organised to go online and get things done remotely. Continue reading

Essentials for Empowering Remote Work

Work From Home Policies

The coronavirus or COVID-19 is forcing many businesses to embrace working from home. The technology needed to enable people to work from home has existed for years, but working from home may be new for you and your employees. Here are some essentials you need to address to empower your remote workers. Continue reading

Isolate Yourself from the Coronavirus Scams!

Carona Virus Scams

Scammers jump on any of the latest happenings in the world and are always looking for opportunities, and at the moment they are targeting the coronavirus (aka COVID-19). This article outlines what you need to watch out for and how to stay cyber safe. Continue reading

Remote Working with Office 365

O365

Working from home can be a big change in an already tumultuous world. Yet there’s a bright side as the quarantine could be your opportunity to reinvent how your business operates — for the better. Migrating to Microsoft Office 365 has benefits now as well as when business returns to “normal”. Continue reading

Is Your Business Ready for the Coronavirus?

COVID-19 CoronaVirus

The Coronavirus (which is now being called COVID-19) is spreading and we will be feeling the effects for a while. As such, businesses should start to make preparations on how to handle things. Your first priority should be for the health of your employees and customers. Then you need to consider business continuity and prepare for mobile or remote working capabilities for you and your staff. Continue reading

Does Your Business Need a Virtual CIO?

Businessman

How many seats are there at your C-suite table? A small business might have only a CEO. A mid-sized one may add another one or two C’s – COO? CFO? CMO? But you do not have to be enterprise-sized to benefits from a Chief Information Officer’s (CIO) knowledge. Virtual CIOs help businesses of all sizes create a technology strategy to meet business goals. Continue reading

Take IT off Your Plate with an IT Service Provider Partnership

IT Provider Partnership

Partner with a Proactive Service Provider

Let’s be realistic. You probably don’t care about information technology (IT). Or, rather you only care about how it gets things done in your business but prefer to not think about IT much. Many businesses are that way and that is fine by us as we care about IT for all our clients. Continue reading

Need Help With Your Tech?

Second Opinion

IT Support for Your Business

The majority of businesses today have one or more computers, and that is unlikely to be the full extent of the technology. Everyone has a smartphone, and there may also be modems, routers, tablets and of course printers! When you have problems with any of these devices, business owners can feel stuck. Continue reading

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

Power ButtonThere is one solution to a lot of tech problems that everyone knows, the infamous “have you tried turning it off and then back on again?”. This go-to move is a bit of a joke in the IT industry but it is amazing how many times it actually works and how many end users forget to try it. Continue reading