Tech Update

March 2018
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Hope you all had a great February. February was busy for us with the usual troubleshooting and support issues as well as:

  • setting up and then tearing down computer systems for an expo at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
  • moving a few clients file servers to the cloud in Sharepoint.
  • attending a presentation on cyber security.
  • writing a short eBook on how to tell if you old computers are dragging your business down - see below on how to download your free copy.

A big warning to be careful with any emails you receive. A client recently received an email claiming to be from the company CEO (the domain had an extra letter in it) to pay an invoice. The email was from a scammer trying to get the client to pay a fake $16,000 invoice. So double check all emails and if something looks odd ring the person instead of emailing them back.

The 31st of March is World Backup Day so we have written a short blog on Are You Backing Up Correctly, check it out and let us know if you need help with backups?

Over the last few months we have been busy writing a couple of eBooks and compiled a short video on Office 365 security. Check out the links below to download a copy of the books and view the video.

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? On the other hand, how do you know when to stick with your tech and ride it out for a while longer? Check out our latest ebook and discover the clear signs your tech is ready to retire and the hidden costs you might not have considered.

Please sign up to our monthly Tech Update newsletter to get instant access to the book.

Spectre and Meltdown Security Vulnerability

At the beginning of the year a major design flaw in CPU's has exposed a serious security vulnerability on all devices.

Due to the seriousness and the fact that effects the majority of computers and mobile devices we have put together a short ebook explaining the issue and the steps end users can take. Please sign up to our monthly Tech Update newsletter to get instant access to the book.

Email and Office 365 Security

We have put together a short video explaining how your email accounts can get hacked, how to prevent it and what to do if you are hacked.

Click here to view the video.

Blog Articles

This months blog articles are:

Why Spam is a Small Business Nightmare

Are You Backing Up Correctly?

5 Signs Your Computer Is Needing Repair

How To Maintain Your Computers and Network (Without Lifting a Finger!)

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