Whatever your business Microsoft Office is the one app you cannot do without. It’s central to the global economy, and the standard package used everywhere throughout the world.
So which version of Office should you use? Which one makes the most sense for your business, both financially and practically? Read More
Imagine coming into work one day, booting up your computer, and seeing this screen:
Most small businesses in the UK have inadequate IT support. Not all, by any stretch, but most, and it is costing them much more money and time than they probably realise. Too often small business owners will replace systems rather than repair them, upgrade to unnecessarily powerful systems on the advice of salespeople or muddle through while minor problems mount up and make their technology all but unusable.
‘Phishing’ is not a word many people outside of the tech sector are necessarily familiar with. It’s not a simple concept to explain, it’s where the technological side of hacking meets the traditional methods of the con man. So what is phishing? Why is it so dangerous, and such a vital, urgent problem? How can it affect you?
There are few more feared and detested problems for computer security professionals than botnets. There are no benign uses for a botnet, and there is little defence against them. They are, effectively, an army of unsuspecting computers enslaved by a hacker, and some of them are enormous. Your computer may be a part of a botnet without you ever knowing it, and these days your camera, phone, fridge, toaster, car and anything else with any kind of internet connection might be dedicating part of itself to some vast cyber-attack.