Always have a recent backup of all your files in case your computer or hard drive fails or is stolen.
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 You may be in the "if ain't broke why fix it" camp. Yet even if some of your outdated office tools and technology aren't actually broken, they could be crying out for an update (if only you spoke filing cabinet, you'd know!). Here are the top t...
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Every time you're online and a site sends a separate code to check your identity, you're using two-factor authentication. It's become the norm. So, of course, hackers have figured out how to get around this, too. This article shows you how they do it...
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Few of us would think we could run a marathon, or even a 10-mile race, without training first. Yet the number of people who think they could successfully run a 50-meter dash jumps dramatically, especially if they were being chased by a criminal, coug...
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When it comes to business technology, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Managed service providers (MSPs) know this firsthand. That's why you'll find they make it easy to partner with them for different levels of outsourced IT. This article outlin...
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Insider Threat Risk is on the Rise: Detect and Prevent The frequency of insider threat incidents is on the rise. Between 2018 and 2020, they spiked by 47%, according to the Ponemon Institute. Our latest ebook — The Devil You Know: Insider Threats to ...
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Most people like to take a shot at fixing things themselves. With some things that works out great, but when it comes to do-it-yourself computer repair, it's probably not worth the effort. This article shares some of the things to consider befor...
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Just to give you the heads up, I am taking some time out in early September to attend a family wedding! Here are my opening times for this week: Closed from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th September,I will be available on Thursday 2nd September for e...
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 Backup-Make sure you have a recent backup of all your files incase your computer hard drive fails or is stolen
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Cloud computing enables the remote work we relied on in 2020 and so much more. No wonder a majority of businesses have at least some data in the cloud. But you don't also want to be among the bulk of businesses that are overpaying for their cloud ser...
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Microsoft's next version of Windows is being rolled out this year, and businesses are now wondering if the upgrade is right for their needs. This article looks at the changes and helps you weigh up your options. Windows 11 simplifies Microsoft's oper...
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We send an estimated 306 billion emails every day globally, personal and professional. Still, it's not secure. Any private data, proprietary information or sensitive documents sent are at risk. Sending an email is convenient and quick, but when it co...
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