Have an Evening out in Rockingham watching Flames on us

Rockingham IT Solutions are again proud supporters of the RBRA / SBL Basketball “Rockingham Flames” at the Mike Barnett “Hot House” on Dixon Road, Rockingham.
As such we have a Corporate Box with six seats, which includes a food and beverages package which we would like to extend out to companies on our Monthly Managed Services.
You can either use this as a thankyou from us to you or perhaps you might want to reward your staff for outstanding customer service or just for being a fantastic Staff Member.
“I’m not on your Managed Services so how do I sign up”
Just give Jon a call on (08) 6102 2919 and he can pop along and have a coffee and a chat with you and the best thing is that pricing starts from just $110 per month and our six seater Corporate Box package valued at $500 per night comes with up to $150 per night of food and 12 drinks vouchers to use on the night.
Read more about our Managed Services along with our clear pricing structure.

We are recruiting and we want you !


Computer Workshop Technician / Mobile Support Technician

covering Rockingham and surrounding areas.

  We are recruiting The modern world is immersed with computers, they are all around us. Whether they are part of our personal life or part of the commercial world, computers have become a main part of our society.

We seek a Support Technician to join our ever growing team to support our various client base ranging from the home user, SOHO user, to small businesses.
This role is a dual role where you will be based both in the workshop and as a secondary Mobile Tech attending sometimes at a moments notice to house calls.
Supporting OS from Windows 7 to Win 10 Based in Dixon Road, Rockingham
This role will be both challenging and rewarding for anyone who is passionate and driven about Microsoft computers.
To qualify for this position you will have to meet the following requirements:
Skills and experience
Excellent troubleshooting and repairing for Windows 7 through to Win10. Excellent troubleshooting skills regarding ADSL / Wireless / VPN / NAS / Networking Excellent knowledge of different computer anatomy and their capabilities and limitations. Be able to build and configure tower PC’s Good Knowledge of word, excel, email, various internet browsers programs Good knowledge of Microsoft applications such as copy, paste , cut etc Good General knowledge of installing software and updates Outstanding customer service skills and the ability to explain technical issues in basic “plain English” terms Highly organised, reliable and punctual. Attention to detail Experience in a previous PC Shop desirable but not essential Relevant IT qualifications/certifications a bonus but not.
Essential – Manual Driving Licence is essential for this position.
Great attention to detail.
Great Team player.
What we provide Great opportunities for career development Some Flexibility on your working day hours Great working conditions joining a fantastic growing team.   If this is you and you are looking to be part of a great team then we want to hear from you.
Apply now. ! To be considered for this position please send your Resume and Covering Letter as PDF’s not as word documents as attachments in an email to admin@rockinghamitsolutions.com.au


Apple Stops Patching QuickTime Due to Security Threat

The cSecurity Updateyber readiness team that’s part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has advised Windows users to uninstall Apple’s QuickTime media player from their PCs.

Users with Computers running the Apple for QuickTime on Windows have been dropped from support, meaning no future security updates will be issued and development has been halted.

The last wasn’t new: Apple hasn’t significantly upgraded QuickTime for Windows since 2009, when it launched QuickTime X for OS X but didn’t port the new player to Windows. The most recent security update for QuickTime on Windows was issued three months ago.

Apple used to rely on QuickTime to stream its live events to Windows PCs, but recently switched to HLS (HTTP Live Streaming), an Apple-implemented protocol. Because Windows 10’s Edge browser supports HLS, Apple has listed that version of Microsoft’s operating system and browser as the sole choice for Windows users who want to view its webcasts.