Short takes on this week's technology news
Skype makes business VoIP easier to install
Skype has enhanced its business voice over IP service to simplify administration and configuration. Skype for Business can now be installed on multiple PCs using the Windows Installer (MSI) package. There is also an online control panel for allocating credits to users.
Ultra small PC comes with 4.5in widescreen
Sony Vaio has unveiled an ultra portable PC, the VGN-UX1XN. It weighs 480g and comes with 1Gbyte of memory and a 32Gbyte flash memory disc. The 4.5in widescreen display offers Sony's contrast-boosting X-Black LCD and it is illuminated by LED technology.
Trend Micro upgrades Worry-Free Security
Trend Micro has upgraded its Worry-Free Security product for small to medium-sized firms, offering improved anti-spam and anti-spyware engines and easier management.
Pay-as-you-go helpdesk designed for small firms
Helpdesk provider e-Warehouse has launched a pay-as-you-go service for its hosted IT incident management service. Aimed at smaller businesses, Oxygen SaaS Express provides up to 50 calls a month at £1 per incident.
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