Is my business secure?

Cyber Crime is on the rise. Every day businesses both large and small are being hacked and having data leaked to public sites, costing businesses billions of dollars a year. Unfortunately local businesses are an international target for hackers for two simple reasons: We are considered to be a very rich nation by global standards…

Protect your documents

Gone are the days when protecting a document meant writing it in invisible ink or padlocking your diary. Business documents, whether stored on a PC or in the cloud, frequently contain sensitive data: trade secrets, financial results, contact details for employees and clients, and legal information. Here are some simple tips for keeping your documents…

Windows 10: Microsoft announces free upgrade!

After Window 8’s lukewarm reception in 2012, has Microsoft got it right with its upcoming Windows 10 operating system (OS)? Windows 8 was a radical departure from previous versions, but the company’s efforts to create an all-in-one OS for all devices alienated many users. The familiar Windows desktop and Start button were replaced by a…

Four best practices for enterprise mobility

Enterprise mobility is all about improving the customer experience and helping your staff become more productive by allowing them to work from any device in any location. There are many different ways to develop a mobility strategy for your business and recently zk Research published their recognised best practices. The full report is available for download…

Living on the Edge

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is usually a showcase of the latest electronic gadgets and gizmos with 4K, curved and 3D TVs the rage in recent years. This year was a little different. Sure, there were a handful of eye-catching devices, but the show was a glimpse into the not too…

Farewell to Windows Server 2003

There are many thousands of us still using Windows Server 2003 quite happily but Microsoft is ending support for this platform next year so it’s time to say goodbye. When it comes to migrating away from this platform here are four common questions we get asked: 1. Is Microsoft still the way to go? Sure…