I heard an interesting statistic from Microsoft this week. They say that enabling two-factor authentication (2FA) on your Microsoft 365 account can reduce the chances of your account getting hacked by 99.9%. If that’s the case, then why wouldn’t everyone enable two-factor authentication? Every business should have it enabled for every individual in their firms.
How to create a professional email signature We send so many emails every day to customers, prospects and partners but how much time do you put into thinking about the signature that appears at the end of every one of those emails? Over the years I have realised that there are two problems related to […]
Are you backing up your Microsoft 365 data? Whenever I mention to people the need to back up their Microsoft 365 data, they always seem confused. I’ve found that many businesses think that moving their data to the Microsoft cloud means that they no longer need to worry about backup.
Are you sending emails securely? Remember the days before we used email in business? If you cast your mind back a few decades there was a time when people used to write their messages down by hand on paper, put it in an envelope and send it in the post.
According to a survey, last year alone 94% of businesses reported that it had experienced a phishing attack. Add to this that phishing attacks are one of the favourite routes into your business for a cyber-criminal. The majority of ransomware attacks start with a successful phishing attack.
Back in September of 2019, Microsoft released a new product called Windows Virtual Desktop. In my opinion, Windows Virtual Desktop will be the product that most businesses will use in the next few years. I think it will have a similar adoption rate as Office 365. But what is a Windows Virtual Desktop (or WVD […]
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 […]