“I can accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying.” – Michael Jordan
We are living in unprecedented times. People are being prevented from leaving their homes and the average worker has been sent to work from home, put on reduced hours, or worse. It is understandable that this is a very scary time for people, not knowing what happens next. Fortunately the UK government has stepped in, providing support so businesses can continue to pay their employees if the business has to go into stasis. This means Read More
Today many business owners install an antivirus program as their single line of defence and call it a day. However, there are many ways to get into a network that circumvents anti-virus.
Hackers are creating malware faster than anti-virus programs can recognise them (about 100,000 new threats are released daily), and professional cybercriminals test their creations against all commercially available platforms before releasing them.
Even if you had a perfect anti-virus program that could detect and stop every single threat, there are many attacks that circumvent anti-virus programs entirely. For example, Read More
With the COVID-19 coronavirus continuing to spread in the UK, and Italy and China placing lock downs on their towns and cities, it seems likely that the UK will follow suit if the outbreak continues apace. Experts have stated today that the spread of the virus in the UK is around 2 weeks behind Italy. So it is likely that in two weeks time the UK could also be on lock down. If employees are prevented from gathering, effectively being home bound, this is a worrying time for businesses. However, many businesses can significantly mitigate the impact of a coronavirus lock down by providing tools allowing employees to work more effectively from home. Read More
If computers are an essential part of your business you will probably have someone looking after them for you, but what type of service are you getting from them? Have you heard the expression “Managed Service” or “Break/Fix”?
You may have heard these expressions and wondered what they mean and how they differ. First let’s understanding how managed services came to exist. Read More