The True and Unexpected Costs of Being Hacked

There are the normal costs everyone associates with a computer breach, like employee downtime and the costs associated with getting your network and computers fixed. But really, most businesses that haven’t been hit with a security incident view it as more of an inconvenience than a bottom-line cost. For those businesses who have come out the other side though they know from firsthand experience that the hidden and ongoing costs of a data breach can be crippling and that IT security exists to protect your business on multiple levels. Here are a few of the hard, but common cold hard realities of life after a hack. […] Continue Reading…

Fake Invoice Attacks Are on the Rise – Here’s How to Spot Them

Businesses around the world are being targeted with a cyber-attack that sends victims a fake invoice that looks real enough to fool to most people. It is based on an old scam that used to see invoices faxed or mailed to the victims and now it has made its way into the digital world and instances are on the rise.

This blog lists the types of invoice attacks you may receive. […] Continue Reading…

Why Do Computers Break?

As you know computers always break at the worst possible time, but what things can actually cause that that failure? It is easy to think it was something you did at the time of the crash, but normal user actions are rarely the cause of the issue. In this blog post we list some of the real reasons for a computer crash. […] Continue Reading…

eBook: Digital Transformation – What’s In It For You?

New technologies are opening up new opportunities for business.

They are driving a revolution known as DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION, where processes are simplified, ideas are implemented, and businesses are benefiting like never before.

Click here to get your copy of our free eBook that explains what digital transformation is, and the possibilities that even small changes can provide to your business growth.
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Why you should have a SSL Certificate for your Website

Web browsers are starting to come out which detect whether a website is secured by a SSL certificate or not. On those websites which don’t have a SSL certificate, browsers will start to label them ‘Not Secure’. But what is a SSL certificate and will it benefit my website? This blog posts answers those questions. […] Continue Reading…

3 Internet Habits To Keep Kids Smart and Safe

How can you make the internet a safer place for your children? It is a common concern for all parents as they want their kids to be protected and happy whenever they go online. It’s relatively easy to supervise and monitor the very young ones but the risks increase greatly as the kids get older and more independent. This article lists 3 tips to help parents out. […] Continue Reading…

4 Smart Reasons You Shouldn’t Have In-House IT

If you are like most businesses, you’re always on the lookout for ways to save money while improving results. Sometimes this means expanding your staff to include a team of tech specialists to be at your beck and call, but this can often be an unnecessary expense that leaves you with highly paid employees twiddling their thumbs when not needed. […] Continue Reading…

eBook: Is Your Old Tech Dragging You Down?

How do you know when your tech has crossed the line into old-age and it’s time to upgrade? Check out our eBook to discover the clear signs your tech is ready to retire and the hidden costs you might not have considered. […] Continue Reading…

Are You Backing Up Correctly?

Now is a great time to check your backup or put a backup in place. Businesses lose huge amounts of data every day, purely because ‘backing up’ is stuck at the bottom of their to-do list. So this is your reminder, that even if you only do this once a year when the calendar tells you to make it happen now! But how? What is the easiest, most effective way for your business to backup? […] Continue Reading…