Microsoft keen to have their users accept Windows 10 upgrade Microsoft is urging its users to accept their free Windows 10 upgrade. The company is sending out a message to all its users that have accepted the last update KB3035583 … Read More

Let’s be honest, protecting yourself against Ransomware, in particular Cryptolocker is hard work. A solitary solution will not protect you, an integrated approach is needed to provide adequate cover. This includes activating Volume Shadow Copy on relevant PC’s, making regular … Read More

Looking to replace your network firewall? Whether you want to consolidate everything into a unified solution or add next-generation features, this guide is for you. It provides an overview of what to consider when selecting your next network firewall, including … Read More

Microsoft, in line with a recent announcement,  is starting to roll out Skype for Business for Office 365 users with Office 2013 in conjunction with its April patch updates.  The rollout is planned to be complete by the end of … Read More

By default, Microsoft Office 365 will expire your password every 90 days. It can come as a bit of a shock when you email stops working for the first time after using the Office 365 service and you don’t know why. … Read More

Simply put, they’re all fancy names for stuff you don’t want on your computer or to happen to you. 1. Virus: Any bad software used to be a virus; however, we use the term “malware” now. The word “virus” is used to … Read More

Cost and lost business associated with data breaches and lawsuits continue to increase every year. As long as valuable information exists, criminals will attempt to steal it using a wealth of traditional, as well as ever more sophisticated attacks. Traditional … Read More

This is a short guide illustrating how to connect your Microsoft Office 365 service using an iOS device. If you run into any troubles that prevent the standard setup procedure from completing successfully; contact your IT expert for help. Note: The … Read More

Small and midsize organisations simply cannot afford to disregard security. Without it there’s more chance that new technology will face cyber attacks, which is likely to cost the business substantial amounts. What makes cloud computing so unique is its ability … Read More

Choosing a corporate computing device for mobile users can be a daunting task. Mobile devices are much more personal than traditional PC’s and users express desires which are very heavily influenced by their existing consumer experience and personal preferences.   … Read More

Buying good technology is not enough. Far too often we are see a customer invest in good technology, only to be let down by poor implementation and integration. The cost of addressing poor implementation and integration after the fact is … Read More

When the economy slows, what does the business do with IT? Drive down costs and delay expenditure or innovate to add capability. According to Bob Evans and backed by historical evidence, most will look to contain or drive down costs. Recently, at CloudWorld, … Read More

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