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Cyber security for SMEs

Published: Friday, 26 May 2017 13:18 In September 2012, UK Government department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Cabinet Office and CESG (the information security department of GCHQ) published guidance on 10 steps to cyber security.  The steps can substantially reduce the risks by helping to prevent or deter the majority of types […]

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Small Business Server versions

Published: Wednesday, 01 June 2016 10:03 Over the past 20 years Microsoft have continually developed their Windows Server range of products and each time the new version is released most have had a “small business” edition.   SBS Version Windows Server version Exchange SQL Server Max users Notes             Backoffice […]

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Good passwords recommendations

We often find users have difficulty remembering passwords and end up using the same password for their pc login and email accounts and every website including important sites such as their bank and credit cards.  As a result we have heard of individuals getting caught out by the “social” hackers tricks, where you sign up for […]

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HP Vlan and Avaya

Published: Thursday, 17 July 2014 15:07 This week I’ve mainly been working with the wonderfull world of VLANs. When a network grows to a certain size or your running VOIP on your network you may consider separation of the data to improve the network performance. You can do this either by buying separate switches and […]

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Working with multiple Screens

Seeing double or Improve your staff productivity without breaking the bank. A number of clients have used multiple screens connected to their pcs over the years and with the cost of large 20in plus monitors falling to under £100 each is it still worth running multiple monitors? The basic principle of running a single screen […]

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PC Car analogy

I often get asked by customer who are trying to understand what they need to know when buying a PC or Laptop, I normally talk them through a simple analagy relating to cars (which most people understand): The PC Car analogy The CPU within a computer is like a cars engine, the faster it runs, […]