International Women’s Day lunch 2017

GTB is proud to be a sponsor of the Kapiti International Women’s Day lunch 2017 being held on Wednesday 8th March. Open to everyone, this will be a great event, so we suggest you think about attending. Last year’s lunch was a great success enjoyed by...

Christmas 2016 & New Year Opening Hours

The GTB office, workshop and helpdesk will be closed across the festive season. Our Christmas 2016 & New Year Opening Hours are as follows: Thursday 22 December – 8am to midday Friday 23 December – 8am to 4pm Saturday 24 December to Sunday 8 January...

Punctuation and Android voice recognition

GTB uses (and supports) Android voice recognition as well as iPhone voice recognition. Both directors know for sure that our own chosen environment is way better than the other, of course. I love my Samsung Galaxy Edge S7, and once I got over the shock that it was...

Voice recognition on iPhone or iPad

The voice recognition on iPhone or iPad is really very good. If you have not yet had a good look at this feature, then now is the time. Have some fun. I upgraded earlier this year from an iPhone 4 to an iPhone 6S Plus, and probably the biggest unexpected benefit has...

Office 2007 end of extended support

This month marks 12 months until Office 2007 end of extended support. So, if you are still using the Office 2007 suite, here’s a few things to be thinking about. Assuming you want to stay with Microsoft products – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook,...

Elevators that go both ways

As cities get more and more crowded and buildings get bigger and bigger – how to move all the people becomes more of a challenge. Could these elevators that go both ways be the answer? In London, a recent debate about the growing demand on the city’s underground...

Windows 10 end of free upgrade

Regarding the upcoming Windows 10 end of free upgrade period in July, we’re advising many of our business clients to not take the free upgrade. Might sound a bit weird given its free and all that, and our recommendation is conditional, but here’s why… Firstly, we’re...