August Guide 2020 – It’s the fastest growing crime on the planet… but what does ransomware mean to you?
Ransomware is terrifying. Just terrifying. Imagine switching on your work computer one morning. And instead of the screen you normally see, the screen has gone totally red. There’s a message telling you your business’s data has been locked. And the only way to get it back is to pay thousands in Bitcoin. This is not a rare event. It happens to businesses around here every day. Every business is at risk. And it’s one of the hardest things for us as your IT support company to fix. We’ve written a brand-new guide. It tells you how to protect your business and dramatically reduce your chances of being attacked.
Rather than help the world in its time of need, cybercriminals used Covid-19 as an unprecedented opportunity to scam people. They’ve launched a vast number of cyber-attacks over the last few months. Here are the most common ways businesses get attacked – and how to keep yours safe.
Don’t you just hate it when your technology slows down, and stops you from getting on with your work? Here are 3 reasons why computers slow down.
We all love our laptops… until the battery gets down to 5%. And you get that sick feeling inside (especially if you’re trying to get a piece of work finished). Here are 3 ways you can get a bit more juice out of your laptop.
After the drama of lockdown subsided, we’ve shifted into a new way of working in a hybrid way. Some people work from home. Some are in the office. Everyone needs to work from anywhere at any time. And that can play havoc with getting things done. Communication becomes a chore and interferes with projects. But not if you use Microsoft Teams. It’s the perfect tool for the way we need to work right now. And we’ve just put together this step by step guide to help you get the most out of it.
There’s a lot you can do with software to protect your business from cyber-crime. But the single biggest threat to the business is your team. Not for any malicious reason. But because it only takes one person to click on one dodgy link accidentally, and you can let hackers in. Our latest video tells you what you can do to help your team be more aware of cyber-crime.
Have you heard of malware? That’s scary enough – but have you also heard of ransomware? It’s where criminals lock you out of your data, and you have pay to get access to it again. Our new video has three ways you can protect your business from ransomware.
A lot of businesses decided during the lockdown that it was time to move to a new IT support company. Because of the way they were treated when the lockdown happened, and while they were working from home.