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4 benefits to outsourcing your IT support

March 1, 2019

Whether you’re a small up and coming business or a multi-office company, it can be tempting to hire your IT services internally, giving you in-house support as and when you need it. While this may have been the best method ten years ago, with the evolution of technology, from cloud services to virtual workplaces, you’ll […]

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Tips for developing a business strategy for the cloud

March 1, 2019

Use of cloud services is becoming increasingly popular with one of the key benefits being that they are available to authorised internet users anywhere in the world on demand. Cloud service providers deal with all infrastructure details and users only need to be involved with the service output and can utilise the service in any […]

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Is it safe to use Windows 7? And how the cloud can help you replace it

March 1, 2019

According to data from January 2018, over 42% of desktop and laptop computers are still running Windows 7, compared with just 35% running the latest version, Windows 10. You may not be aware that this is a problem, but remember that Windows 7 is now a nine-year-old operating system, with a codebase reaching all the […]

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Cyber Essentials

March 1, 2019

Cyber Essentials accreditation is something that can benefit all businesses, irrespective of the industry they operate in. For many public sector organisations or for business that work with the public sector this is becoming a mandatory requirement in 2018. We are currently offering a promotion around to help achieve Cyber Essentials here. So far, very few businesses in […]

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Balancing security with usability, and why keeping your users happy is a good thing

January 22, 2019

What’s the best way to make a computer secure? Unplug it from the internet, turn it off, and put it back in the box. True though that may be, forcing your entire team to shut down their laptops and lock them away is unlikely to be great for their productivity levels. Like many jokes, though, […]

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