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IT Support

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We will assist you with any IT problem that you may have be it proactive or reactive IT support. We are available as needed whether it is emergencies or scheduled IT maintenance. We have experienced technicians to meet with your every IT need.

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Web hosting

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Osprey Technologies has partnered with leading web hosting companies to offer you the best web hosting experience. From domain registration, to web hosting, we offer cost effective, value for money web hosting solutions and packages to meet your requirements.

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Hardware&software sales

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We sell a wide range of hardware, software and printer consumables at highly competitive prices some of which include the following big name brands:

Hardware: Dell, HP, Acer, Lenovo, IBM, Intel ETC
Software: Microsoft Operating Systems & Applications, Adobe Products, AVG Anti Virus
Printer Consumables (Toners, Cartridges, Copy paper): HP, Canon, Samsung, Lexmark, Typek, Rotatrim etc

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Latest news

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31.01.2012 - Is Facebook worth $100 billion?

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A long list of tech IPOs captured attention in 2011, but no company has been drooled over like Facebook. And finally, its debut looks to be imminent. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Facebook may file for an initial public offering as early as this Wednesday. It's still not certain if Facebook will actually file this week.
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31.01.2012 - How Google keeps your secrets private

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- How does a company that collects so much information from its users keep all that data private? Meet Alma Whitten, Google's director of privacy. At the end of a miserable 2010 filled with privacy blunders including the disastrous Google Buzz fiasco, Google appointed Whitten to the position of privacy director. Since then, Whitten has instituted what she calls a "culture of privacy" at the company. So far it has been paying off.
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31.01.2012 - Just Google it! Questions dumb people ask online

(CNN) -- The online realm is replete with a vast cornucopia of information, just waiting to provide the hungry masses with nourishing nuggets of knowledge -- or (as in "The Hunger Games") scary-ass weapons of mass destruction. So it baffles us to no end that instead of delving deep into said cornucopia and feasting on the kernels so lavished there when faced with a quandary, folks instead click on over to Twitter or Facebook and type missives akin to: "Der, der, der what day is Christmas this year?"
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