Zoom is such a great tool for remote working, but is it secure enough to be used in your business? That is what we’re going to look at in today’s blog post. Increased Demand Since remote working became a thing, businesses have needed a way to communicate with staff, partners and customers.
If you received an email from your manager asking you to pay £10,000 into a bank account urgently, would you do it? You might be surprised to hear that some people do. This type of scam is known as CEO fraud or CEO impersonation and it’s the topic for today’s blog.
In this blog we’re going to talk about what the best telephone system is for your business. IT and Telecoms The technology behind telephone systems has changed alot since I first came into the IT industry. The IT system and the telephone system used to be two different systems – provided and supported by two […]
What do you think is the biggest technology threat to your business? The answer is ransomware. In this blog, I will explain exactly what ransomware is, why you should be concerned and what you can do to protect yourself and your business. NHS Ransomware Attack Ransomware hit national headlines in the UK in 2017, when […]
In this blog, I am going to introduce you to two concepts. Those are backup and and a term called business continuity. As a business owner, it’s really important that you know what these two terms are and how important they are to your business.
In one of my previous blogs we talked about phishing attacks; what they were and how you can protect yourself against them. In this blog, we’re going to delve a little bit deeper and talk about how hackers use phishing attacks to steal your money. Phishing is easy Cyber criminals love to hack into email? […]
Buying a computer for your firm can be a tricky business. There are so many confusing technical specifications available, where do you start? In this blog, we’re going to look at what type of computer you should be using in your business. To help you understand the different components inside of a PC, we’re going […]
There is a question that I get asked a lot by customers, especially when they’re looking to refresh their IT systems – do we need a Server in the office? It is 2020 after-all. Have we got to the point where everything can be cloud-based? Before we get into the nitty-gritty of whether we need […]
Most of us are now working from home. This isn’t an easy task. I have two children who need homeschooling. We have two dogs who are running around. In between all of this, we need to do our day jobs and run our businesses. Working from home also presents some technical challenges.
Windows 7 is now approaching its 10th birthday, and Microsoft has announced that it will become end-of-life (EOL) on 14th January 2020. What will happen on 14th January 2020? If you’re using a Windows 7 computer after this date, then nothing visible will happen.