Be prepared: your business WILL be attacked

5 steps to improve your ransomware resilience

Ransomware is the one of the most terrifying and concerning data security threats your business will face.

What if your staff try to login one morning but all they see is a bright red screen saying your data has been encrypted, and you must pay a huge ransom in Bitcoin to get it back.

Terrifying? Concerning?

Read our new guide now. We’ll answer all your questions about ransomware. Plus you’ll discover five steps to improve your business’s ransomware resilience.

How To Video Series

Part 2 of the How To video series is now available – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams Tips

Part 1 of the How To video series proved to be very popular with people.

I am pleased to announce that the How To video series has been updated to include even more short, easy to follow videos.

The videos are free to watch and can be accessed from the Support section of the website.

For home & business users alike, this can be a useful way to learn new ways to do things more quickly and efficiently.

How to turn off the password manager in Chrome

I recommend that you use an external password manager rather than the browser version. If you try to use both it can be confusing and time consuming. Turn off the browser password manager.
This video shows you how to turn off the password manager in Chrome

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.

What is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)?

What is multi-factor authentication (MFA)? MFA is one of several simple security measures you can use to raise the protection level for your business. Our latest video explains what, how and who you need to start using it in your business.

Microsoft 365: 10 Apps you didn’t know you had

Boost productivity, save time, and improve customer experience

Microsoft 365 has many features to be discovered. Most businesses get it just to access Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. And then they discover there are so many other apps included.

Find the right ones and you can save time, increase productivity and motivation, and create a smoother workflow for everyone in your business. With more of us working remotely, that’s never been more important.

we’ve put together a useful guide. Here are the 10 Microsoft 365 apps we think every business should look closely at.

Global chip shortage – plan ahead for new hardware

You may have heard that there is a global shortage of microchips. Microchips are in most of the tech we use today – not just laptops.

A perfect storm of events have come together and it is causing problems with the supply of tech equipment.

Our new video explains which you should be planning ahead and ordering things now that you may need in the next six months rather than the day before.

See how one click could shutdown your business

If your business uses computerised systems and let’s face it, most do, one of the biggest risks to it these days is ransomware. Hackers break into your IT systems and lock your files and hold your data to ransom.

One click is all it can take to start the shutdown of your business. Without access to data many businesses can be unable to operate.

We asked a certified ethical hacker to break into three computers using different types of attack. He filmed it from both ends – as the hacker, and what was happening on his victims’ machines.

Is your biggest security threat to your business on your payroll?

Insider attacks on your business –  the costs and your strategy to prevent insider attacks

Most insider attacks are not malicious, stead they are accidental, but the chances of attacks coming from inside your business are high.

A member of staff clicking on a bad link by mistake is all it takes.

But there are some attacks caused by malicious attackers, deliberately looking to do damage to your systems, or make money.

Both of these kinds of attacks can be prevented and minimised by focusing on five key areas in your IT strategy.

Read our new guide now to assess how prepared your business is.

What to do if you click a bad link on your phone

What should you do if you click a bad link on your mobile phone?

Many of us have done it and then realised it wasn’t what we thought it was.  What might have done in the background on your phone?

The first thing is not to panic. But, you must then quickly take action.

Take a look at out latest video for help