MS Recall – Microsoft’s New AI Feature

MS Recall

MS has introduced a new AI feature called “Recall” to Windows 11 which is designed to enhance your experience by acting as a virtual time machine. It will allow users to quickly find anything they have seen on a computer in the past. This blog article will show how it works and why we think it is useful. Continue reading

The Top Acronyms in Technology

Tech acronyms

We have all heard about some of the classic tech abbreviations by now, such as CPU and RAM. However, modern workplaces are introducing many new ones and below are some that you are most likely to see in today’s business world (check our our previous blog on Internet Lingo for some other terms). Continue reading

Have You Had Issues Emailing Certain People Recently?

 

Have you been having issues emailing certain people recently? Google, Yahoo and some other providers have been implementing extra security features to their email servers recently. This causes problems when people email them if the senders have not implemented certain features for their domain. Continue reading

The Downsides of Buying a Cheap Printer

Printers

We have all been there Рrushing to print an important document only to discover your cheap inkjet printer is playing up again. It may be refusing to print because the colour cartridges are empty, not feeding pages through properly  or leaving streaks across your printouts. The cheap inkjet printers are notorious for acting up just when you need to print that urgent document. Beyond the frustration, these constant issues could be costing you more than you realise. Continue reading

Is It Time To Upgrade Your Internet Router?

Modern router

Have you noticed your internet experience declining recently, do you have bad wireless coverage throughout your office or concerned about the security of your network? If so, it may be time for an upgrade. Continue reading

Don’t Fall for a Deepfake Scam?

DeepFake

Deepfakes becoming are becoming increasingly sophisticated but what exactly is a Deepfake?

In simple terms, Deepfakes are videos or images manipulated using artificial intelligence (AI) technology. Continue reading

Internet Redundancy / Failover

Network Redundancy / Failover

In today’s digital age, businesses cannot operate without a reliable internet connection. However, recent events, such as last years Optus outage, have shown us the potential risks of relying on a single network source. Continue reading

Do You Really Need to “Safely Eject” USB Devices?

Eject USB Drive

We have all been there: rushing to grab your USB drive only to be stopped in your tracks by the ominous warning about “safely removing” it first, but does this advice from the “old” days still apply in the modern era of Windows 10 and 11. Continue reading

Stop Using Outdated Operating Systems

Upgrade your OS ASAP

Most people know they should not be using an outdated operating system such as Windows 7 or 8.1. But they believe that as long as you avoid visiting shady websites and refrain from clicking on suspicious links or emails, there is no harm! Continue reading

The Risks of QR Codes

Qishing

Quick Response (QR) codes have been around for over 20 years, but were not used a lot until recently. During the COVI-19 pandemic, businesses needed a safe, contactless solution and QR codes provided an easy way for customers to access menus, place orders, log into WiFi and more – all without touching shared surfaces. Continue reading