Welcome to the shine Blog. Here you will find various articles that we feel may be useful to customers.

Please feel free to have a look around and if there is a particular subject that you feel would be useful to know more about then please Contact Us and we will either try to find a suitable article to publish here or write one ourselves.

CryptoLocker malware causing chaos

on Friday, 25 October 2013. Posted in Technical Articles

If you are infected with the CryptoLocker RansomWare, find our how Shine Systems can help you.

Stadium PA at Leicester Tigers

on Thursday, 01 November 2012. Posted in Assorted Stuff

Stadium PA at Leicester Tigers

Shine Systems have recently been featured in an article by Mackie regarding our innovative use of their DL1608 Digital Mixer which has been picked-up my media outlets around the world.

External HDD deals

on Thursday, 08 March 2012. Posted in Special Offers

We have some amazing deals for external USB hard disk drives! take a look.

RDX Backup Solutions

on Thursday, 08 March 2012. Posted in Special Offers

We can supply a range of RDX backup solutions, take a look at what is available from Shine Systems.

Shine Systems Launch Enhanced Monitoring Solution

Written by Phil Taylor on Thursday, 16 June 2011. Posted in Product Launches

We have recently launched an enhanced version of our remote system monitoring solution "Shine UP!" which allows us to pro-actively monitor all aspects of our own and customers systems.

Fake AV programs still causing chaos

Written by Phil Taylor on Friday, 06 May 2011. Posted in Technical Articles

Since the first Fake Antivirus/Anti Spyware program appeared on the Internet in 2006, they are showing no signs of slowing-down. In fact according to the Sophos Threat Centre FakeAV style messages still account for over 50% of all email threats but why is this so?

Welcome to the shine Blog

Written by Phil Taylor on Tuesday, 02 November 2010. Posted in Assorted Stuff

The shine Blog is a new way for shine Systems to keep customers informed with any new technologies and innovations that are around.

Please come back soon as we will be adding more content.

Shine Systems become certified OpenRemote integrators.

on Tuesday, 05 February 2013. Posted in Product Launches

OpenRemote leverages open source technology for home/office/building automation

Shine Systems become certified OpenRemote integrators.

Shine Systems has become one of only a handful of companies in the UK who are certified integrators for the OpenRemote home/office/building automation products.

The solution for digital signage distribution

on Tuesday, 21 August 2012. Posted in Technical Articles

The solution for digital signage distribution

Find out how Shine Systems together with ProVideoInstruments can help with your video distribution woes using the latest digital technology.

Great prices on Canon MultiFunctionals

on Thursday, 08 March 2012. Posted in Special Offers

Shine Systems have secured some great pricing for Canon MultiFunctional printer/copiers. Take a look at this amazing deal for the iSensys MF8330Cdn

Interactive whiteboard special offers

on Wednesday, 07 March 2012. Posted in Special Offers

Shine Systems have secured some great pricing for interactive whiteboards

Shine Systems become reseller for NCP Secure VPN Solutions

Written by Phil Taylor on Wednesday, 25 May 2011. Posted in Assorted Stuff

Shine Systems become reseller for NCP Secure VPN Solutions

With the widespread adoption of Windows 7, we have discovered that a number of firewall and VPN gateway manufacturers have made the decision to stop making their own VPN client and have announced that they will not be supporting Windows 7.

Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam......

Written by Phil Taylor on Saturday, 13 November 2010. Posted in Technical Articles

What can you do about spam?

Few people can use Internet email today without experiencing the phenomenon now known as spam. I am not talking about the SPiced hAM product originally produced by George Hormel in 1937. I am talking about unsolicited commercial email (UCE) which is a practice of sending 'bulk' emails generally advertising a product or service.