tKnowIT achieves Cyber Essentials certification for another year

I am pleased to announce that tKnowIT Limited has achieved Cyber Essentials certification for a further year.

Defend and Invest – Your technology strategy for 2022

Did you get a short break at Christmas? Even if it was just a few days, that break can give you huge clarity of thinking about where to take your business this year.

We call this the January Refresh & Refocus.

Let us tell you the two technology areas that will be the most important in 2022. They are Defend and Invest.

Defend is about protecting your business from cyber criminals. We believe cyber-crime is going to rise again this year, to levels never seen before.

Invest is about making sure technology is powering your business forward, not holding it back.

Our new guide looks at both these areas in detail.

Merry Christmas from tKnowIT – And a Happy and Virus-Free 2022

Season’s Greetings to one and all,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

It looks like this year, Christmas will be a little closer to normal than last year so try to have fun if you can and avoid clicking on those phishing links, opening those ‘too good to be true’ emails.

How to predict your annual tech expenses

Are you pulling together your budgets for next year?
Software spend can be a challenge to determine – especially as your needs change throughout the year – but you can accurately budget for your hardware tech for the year.
Just ask yourself these 5 key questions.

Does your IT always need fixing? It’s time for a Proactive IT Partner

If you or your current IT support company are always fixing your tech then it’s probably time to consider an IT partner who can proactively prevent problems.

Download and read our latest guide that highlights the benefits for your business of a more proactive approach to your tech.

Merry Christmas from tKnowIT – Let’s make 2021 virus-free

Seasons Greeting to one and all,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Although it may be a challenge this Christmas try to have fun if you can and avoid clicking on those phishing links, opening those ‘too good to be true’ emails.

tKnowIT: Services mostly as usual

With the latest announcement from the government, it is important that you know that tKnowIT is able to provide you with your normal IT support, monitoring and maintenances services.
This includes businesses who currently don’t have a support agreement with tKnowIT but need help on a pay as you go basis. tKnowIT can help with IT systems, assistance with staff working from home, auditing and securing their machines, etc.
It is sad to see so many businesses are having to shut their doors until this all blows-over but I’m in the fortunate position that a lot of IT tasks can be performed remotely.

Merry Christmas from tKnowIT

Seasons Greeting to one and all,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Remember to have fun if you can and avoid clicking on those phishing links, opening those ‘too good to be true’ emails.

Hackers are targeting your business right now

This is 100% true because they are targeting all businesses, all of the time.

Whereas once hacking was something done for the challenge and the bragging rights, these days it’s a form of organised crime.

Hackers use automated tools that are constantly looking for vulnerabilities they can exploit.

This is why it takes just one click on a dodgy email to let someone into your entire network.

To know what you’re up against, download our brand new guide: The 9 cyber threats you need to know about now.

We’re TKNOWIT LIMITED, looking after businesses in Malton, Ryedale and beyond. And we’re on a mission to educate thousands more businesses around here about how to keep themselves safe from hackers.

Cyber crime is the fastest growing crime to affect businesses. When you see what you’re up against, you’ll be better prepared.

Contact Us discuss in more detail.

Merry Christmas from tKnowIT

Seasons Greeting to one and all,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.

Remember to have fun if you can and avoid clicking on those phishing links and opening those ‘too good to be true’ emails.

Our services will be running over the holiday period and, depending upon which one’s you have, monitoring, protecting and maintaining your systems and alerting us to any problems.

Let’s make it a Happy New Year and not a Hacky New Year

Hope to see you all in the New Year

Cheers


Nick