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King Computer moves to Unit 11, 30 Barcoo Street, Roseville

We have moved to new larger offices and am currently building disaster recovery hotdesks for clients                          


When a $100 billion company has script error on their auto-bank tellers

I found this script error last night Ahhh Microsoft Internet Explorer, you’ve done it again.


Congratulations to Mildred on completing her MYOB advanced training courses

As part of King computers continual training program Mildred has successfully completed 3 MYOB courses enhancing her skills. Well done!


Congratulations to Craig on finishing his Graduate Certificate in Management (Information Technology)

As part of our continuing education to increase the skill and expertise of our Staff Craig has successfully completed his Graduate certificate in management. Well done!


Look out for the new King Computer car on the streets


Godaddy DNS hacked

If you are wondering why many of the sites you want to visit seem down today, it may be due to a widespread attack on Godaddy`s DNS servers Godaddy is one of the largest domain name registrars in the world, and hosts millions of websites for businesses and organizations. What can be affected by DNS […]


Fake emails from Australian taxation office phishing site

We have recently been seeing emails come through from that looks like the below. This is a phishing email which will attempt to gather your information If you click on the link you will see it takes you not to an site but This is a copy of the ATO site, but […]


Iinet internet outage effecting users in Dee Why and Harbord exchanges


Congratulations to Peter on his latest Shadowprotect storage craft training certification

Storage craft provide robust disaster recovery software enabling fast recovery of complete drives and systems as well is efficient offsite backups of your key server systems. The training involved detailed usage of the software for disaster recovery For more information see


Brendan King certified CMAS open water diver