Antivirus Checks

One of the most if not the most important piece of equipment that you should have in your I.T. infrastructure is antivirus software, as you don’t want data loss or data theft occurring. You might be thinking that once you have installed antivirus software, there is nothing else that you need to do, but you […]

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Digital Transformation

A big change has been taking place all around us and whether you like it or not, you are already embracing it or you soon will be. The big change is digital transformation, which is where you transform all aspects of your business to take advantage of the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and […]

How often do you change your passwords?

Passwords are one of the main things that protect your IT infrastructure and they are also the weakest link, so how often do you change your passwords and what areas of your IT infrastructure is password protected are two questions that must be asked regularly. Passwords are used when you want to log into your […]

Cloud Storage Options

One of the most important things that you should be doing is making sure that your data is stored in a safe and secure place and this is now much easier and cheaper to implement since cloud storage has become so widely available. There are two kinds of cloud storage available, local cloud storage and […]

Business continuity and why it’s so important

If you have a system failure in your organisation, two important questions will come to mind. How long will it take you to get your organisation up and running again? How much downtime and data loss can you afford? This is where business continuity should come into play as it’s where an organisation has planned and prepared […]

EU GDPR Legislation is 18 months away

For any organisation, big or small Data Protection is a major priority. May 25th 2018 is a date that they need to keep in their diary, as that is when the EU General Data Protection Regulation also known as GDPR comes into law. The GDPR legislation includes mandatory breach notification, which means that organisations need […]

Dreaded Cryptolocker Virus

We have just come across an instance where a company employee opened a file that was sent to them by someone they did not know. Once this file was opened it started to encrypt the information on the employee’s computer and also the section of the server that that user had access to. We caught […]

Should I Authorise Payments by Email

Over the past few weeks we have started to see hackers use many different means to try get people to authorise payments via email. We have seen some really good impersonation attacks that go like this. The accountant in a company gets an email from say the managing director asking her to pay an invoice. […]