Upcoming Anniversary

D Revolution is turning 10!
July 1 1998, D Revolution was born out of the smouldering ashes as my role of publishing support for Australia for QuarkXpress, Freehand and several PrePress tools at Mitsui Computers.
It has been an exciting 10 years of continual learning and refining the craft of publishing support.
From my first client at SNAP Printing Rockdale to my most recent at an unnamed law firm, I thank all of you for your ongoing support.

In the lead up to the anniversary, D Revolution is reducing prices.
10 years – 10% discount. From today till 30 June 2008, prices are reduced to $135 per hour.
If want to keep saving money, we have had for several years a bulk bill scheme.
You buy 20+ hours in advance at $120 per hour and use them as needed. These credits do not expire.

As most people have experienced, publishing has taken quite a sudden downturn. Whilst these are trying times, it is often the only time major internal changes can be made. No one wants to deal with new systems under a crush of job deadlines.

If you are planning on upgrades, take the opportunity to roll them out before June 30 so you can depreciate it in this years tax.
D Revolution can help on developing the solution, getting quotes, implementing and then maintaining.
We can organise quotes through either Proton Digital or Computers Now and we often test new equipment direct with distributors.

As a case in point, I recently completed testing of iSCSI storage systems from DLINK and iStor for use with Apple workstations and servers.
These storage systems allow you to connect direct over the network at high speed. They are half the price of Apple Promise RAID and offer the same performance.
Use these with SAN software and you have a fast, cheap, scalable storage system to handle future growth.

Stay tuned for more information…

All services supplied by D Revolution are subject to a 10% GST, and include a Tax invoice.

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