Cisco domain name DNS expiry

Who will own your problem when the big boys get it wrong? Business owners don’t just want their IT support company to intervene when there is a problem. They need[…]

Do you know your worms from your bots?

With the never-ending stream of IT security advice on offer these days, users may become confused by the technical explanations they hear. From bots to botnets and Trojans to worms,[…]

Flexible working and disaster recovery

New products and services from Microsoft, such as Office 365, OneDrive and Server Essentials, will continue to drive this growth. Many other vendors are following suit with the likes of[…]

The Growth in Cloud Adoption by Businesses

The cloud is already a big deal in business. And it’s only set to grow bigger and bigger. With only 2% of UK businesses not using cloud services in some[…]

What is two-factor authentication?

Security remains the number one priority for IT users and high profile breaches, such as those encountered by Facebook and Apple, continue to dent user confidence. Increasingly, there is a[…]

Mobile data – how to keep a check on what you’re using

Data is used every time we send or receive information via our mobile phones and for many of us that occupies a large part of the day. But do we[…]

XP was a game changer but the game has changed

By now, you will know that Microsoft withdrew support for Windows XP on April 8th and the software giant is as aware as we are of the column inches that[…]

Avoiding stress and downtime when you move office

It’s strange how you can wait ages for one office IT relocation project to come along and then 5 suddenly arrive at once. Since Christmas, the phone has not stopped[…]