Windows Server 2012: The Breakdown
With SBS discontinued and Windows Server 2003 support coming to an end in July 2015, businesses need to start thinking about upgrading their infrastructure. One of the options is Windows Server 2012... read more
Could being sociable online be dangerous to businesses?
Social media has grown considerably in recent years, not only it is a
tool individuals use to interact, create, share or exchange information,
it is also increasingly important for businesses...read more
Countdown has begun... Bye Bye Windows Server 2003
On the 14th July 2015 the support for Windows Server 2003 will be ending so, companies need to consider whether to upgrade or to move to Office 365 as staying on the platform is not necessary a good idea... read more
Right to Request Flexible Working
From 30th June 2014 all employees that have completed 26 weeks of service are entitled to request flexible working... read more
Information Security isn’t just a Technology issue but, a Business one..
As everyone is becoming more mobile within the workplace and socially, is it becoming more apparent that Information Security within the workplace is not just the IT department issue anymore... Read more
On Facebook? We are on there too!
I know, I know, we’re a little bit behind but, we did it – we have opened a Facebook page... Read more
The Aftermath of the eBay Cyber-Attack and the Lessons to be Learnt...
In May it was announced on news sites such as the BBC and SkyNews that the popular e-commerce site eBay was breach late February and early March. The breached database contained phone numbers, addresses, date of birth, other personal data... Read More
Remote Working... The Trend of Mobility in the Workplace
Forrester Research suggests 95% of workers are using at least one-self purchased device for work. By giving employees the option of remote working it can provide businesses with a number of benefits...Read more
Get Connected - Government Connection Voucher Scheme
Did you know in 2013, 36 million, 73% of adults in Great Britain accessed the Internet every day (National Statistics – Internet Access)
but, there are still areas within Great Britain that are poorly
connected which can have a negative impact on business operations. There is current a Broadband Voucher scheme where SME's could be eligible for up to £3000 grant to upgrade their connection... Read More
The Demise of XP & the Do's and Don't of Backup
The support has now officially ended for the popular operating system
Window XP. Businesses who are still running on Windows XP will need to
consider moving to a supported operating system such as Windows 7 or 8
because... Read More
Beware of the Microsoft Voice Phishing Scams!
The number of reports of fraudsters calling people and pretending to be Microsoft Support Technicians in voice phishing scams is on the increase. The fake Microsoft support technician would... Read More
Cyber Security - How aware are you of the growing risk?
Majority of business now have their data stored within a network and its
availability will determine productivity, so one cannot afford to take
the view ‘it would never happen to me’ as in a recent PWC study 87%... Read More
Data Backup - Why is it Important to Carry Out?
Majority of corporations rely heavily on data to be operational but, what happens if suddenly the data is gone, compromised or corrupted? Read More
Private, Public & Hybrid Cloud Computing explained
Cloud Computing is a type of computing that offers agility, scalability and cost-efficiency to the users. Although the word on the streets is ‘Cloud’ the theory/concept behind it is not new…Read More
CryptoLocker – The New Kid on the Block for Trojan Ransomware
CryptoLocker is one of new variants of RansomWare lurking around, when it infects a system it would encrypt all the data found with a strong encryption and demand for a ransom for the release of the data. Read More