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What is an ITSR and why do I need one?

In order to deliver the exceptional service you want, we need to have an in-depth knowledge of your systems, network and requirements so that we can ensure we are giving you the best advice.

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How to be ‘Cyber Secure’ as a Small Business

We are no strangers to cyber-crime, whether it be in the form of a suspicious email telling you to transfer money into an unknown account or a full-blown attack against your systems – there is no one that hasn’t been faced with some level of cyber-criminal activity.

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A vulnerability for Intel, Arm and AMD processors

As you will be aware, Cyber Security is a hot topic and as your IT partner, we like to make you aware of the latest threats that may affect you.

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The Importance of Cyber Security in Schools

Protecting your data and systems is important within any organisation, and the same rules apply to the education system – if not more so, due to the sensitive nature of the data held.

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Shop safely on-line

Shopping online can be fun and convenient but are you doing all you can to keep yourself and your family safe on the internet?

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Top Tips for Wi-Fi Security

Wi-Fi has become a massive part of the modern workplace, allowing employees to work remotely from their desks and boosting productivity within teams – but is your organisation ensuring that your network is secure?

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So, Your IT Goes Down – What’s the Worst That Could Happen…?

When it comes to the safety of your business, how highly do you prioritise your IT?
Statistics show that two in five companies still don’t have a documented disaster recovery plan in place in the event of their IT systems going down.

The Dangers of Unknown USB Devices

There are various ways in which a virus can infect your system, one way that is used by Cyber Criminals to penetrate business networks is via USB Devices, a popular method that is often forgotten.

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Scam Emails – What are you Looking For?

Scam emails have become a massive area of concern for businesses recently, with industry experts suggesting different traits to look out for to help you separate the scam emails from the legitimate ones.

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An Insight into the Mind of a Hacker

You can have the most efficient and up to date firewalls alongside state of the art technology in place to protect your business from cybersecurity attacks, but as the famous saying goes (slightly adapted) “To beat the hacker, you must become the hacker”.