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IT Challenges

How fast is your computer aging?

Here are 5 signs that your current IT setup is actually a lot older than you think.

GDPR is coming

The new data law that starts in May 2018.

It sounds dull but it’s massive…and your company needs to
act NOW.

We’d love to tell you this guide is a highly entertaining and humorous
piece about a really exciting subject. Sadly, we’d be lying, and you’ll be pleased to hear we don’t ever lie to our audience! So let’s be totally upfront about this now. We’re talking about the new laws surrounding data protection and all the associated paperwork.

Bad Rabbit Ransomware: The Latest Attack

Yesterday another ransomware outbreak started in Russia and Ukraine. The name of this ransomware is “Bad Rabbit” and it comes in as a download disguised as a Flash player update. This ransomware tries to propagate itself via SMB, but does not seem to use any exploits. The good news is that it also requires explicit action from the user in order to proceed.

The details of the ransomware are outlined in this blog and we will continue to update you if there is additional information.

What is the Cloud?

So What is ‘The Cloud’? If you’re one of the many who finds the concept of cloud computing a little difficult to get your head around, you’re not alone. We thought we’d put together a guide for you, which will explain all those cloud related things you were probably wondering about but felt too embarrassed to ask.

How IT steals your staff’s time and productivity

What happens when your IT system encounters a glitch? When computers aren’t doing their job, that’s a great opportunity for your team to down tools and do very little. Our guide and video looks at some of the most common IT problems and how much time they waste.

Cyber Crime – Stay Safe!

Cyber crime is the biggest risk to local businesses. Did you hear about the WannaCry cyber attack on the NHS? Have you ever considered how your business would react if your data was encrypted, and held ransom. There are more than 5 million cases of cyber crime reported every year. And we’ve put together a new guide to show you how to protect your business.