Cyberattacks have been on the rise for the last few years, especially as more businesses move their systems from traditional pen & paper to electronic systems. Research has shown that 55% of UK businesses had faced a cyberattack in the […]Read more »
Many offices today rely on computers as they are essential for an office to function properly; whether they’re being used for servers, by IT pros for admin, or just general day-to-day tasks. But what exactly makes a computer work? Let’s […]Read more »
Backups are essential for an IT infrastructure to function as they provide a plan B in case anything goes awry in a network. All the time and energy that gets put into setting up and maintaining that infrastructure could be […]Read more »
Networking devices can be confusing as they all look the same, but perform different roles. The purpose of this blog is to help you understand some of the roles that these devices play in your network. Below I’ve listed the […]Read more »
E-mail anti-spam services are good at filtering out malicious and harmful e-mails, they usually work by acting as the ‘middle man’ between the sender and your mail server. The anti-spam service will scan the incoming mail for any malicious code, […]Read more »
AI are currently doing 5% better on factors like productivity, performance and business outcomes than those that are not?
Did you know UK organisations that are already investing in AI are currently doing 5% better on factors like productivity, performance and business outcomes than those that are not? That’s one of the key findings of Microsoft’s new report Maximising […]Read more »
Microsoft has just made a big announcement about a range of new tools and apps, released to help organisations grow their business. The business apps are Microsoft Connections which manages marketing outreach, Microsoft Listings which handles online presence, Microsoft Invoicing […]Read more »