Yes, we’re talking about password security again. Why? Because huge data breaches continue to happen. Every. Single. Day. This month’s guide will quickly give you pause for thought when it comes to protecting your business with regards to passwords.
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Want to know why security awareness training should be part of your IT security policy? Any well-adjusted business in 2019 knows all about cyber-crime. It knows about the risks posed and how important it is to have a coherent IT security strategy in place. This is so that if or when something bad happens, they […]
In January 2020 Microsoft is ending the life of some of its most popular products, including Office 2010, Windows 7, and selected business server software. That presents businesses everywhere with several very worrying problems:
Like most of us, juggling 25 unique 18 character passwords in our heads is a big ask. And then remembering which one works with which account can be frustrating, let alone if you are forced to change one. The modern approach is to use a password manager.
Worried your business may have been hacked and that you might not have noticed? If you spot just one of the signs highlighted in this month’s guide, you could help protect your business from a potential catastrophe!
Windows 7 will no longer be supported from 14 January 2020! You need to take action!
Microsoft Office 365 is a powerful tool for today’s diverse, flexible workplace. If you haven’t already discovered its collaboration enhancing powers, you really should give it a try!
Don’t be fooled, being a small business doesn’t protect you from the bad guys who want to exploit you!
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Politicians like to think they have all the answers and that they can explain the worlds’ issues to all of us and why we should stick with them to fix it.
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