We’re constantly hearing in the news about cyber security and social engineering attacks by hackers who have used their technical expertise to infiltrate businesses and compromise data. As a result, businesses have stepped up their game when it comes to IT security. However, there is another type of attacker using tactics to get around these systems.
The need for static work space is dwindling as more and more rely on cloud computing for business. Less data is being physically stored on employee’s desktop computers, with emails, files, instant messages, and call systems being accessible from any authorised machine or device. This means that employees are no longer as tied to a single computer as they
These days, most people have heard of cloud computing or, simply, “the cloud”. But many people still don’t quite understand what this means beyond a general awareness of it. In fact, we still see many people making blind assumptions that cloud computing has something to do with literal clouds. Or that our data is physically floating around way above
According to the UK government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017, 1 in 2 small or medium-sized enterprises (SME) experienced a cyber security breach within the preceding 12 months. With SMEs accounting for 99.9% of Britain’s 5.5 million private sector businesses, it is clear that adequate cyber security has become a necessity for almost all businesses.
Small businesses are becoming
Technology Is Changing Everything
Even businesses as far outside traditional Silicon Valley technology firms as the oil industry are finding new and innovative ways to use technology in terms of digital applications and marketing. Especially in regard to analytics and their utility, applications are being designed to provide data and help workers more conveniently do their jobs.
From the oil
To the average person, blockchain technology may be a term that you’ve heard thrown around more and more in the media, most commonly in relation to cryptocurrency such as bitcoin. In this article, we will attempt to explain “what is blockchain technology?” in straight-forward, simple terms that you don’t need to be a computer expert to understand.
More than ever before AI can be found transforming the world around us, with the vast amount of goods and services soon to not only be delivered by AI but controlled and managed completely by artificial intelligence, ensuring that your receivables are exactly what you had requested to your very specifications. Examples of a more simpler form of AI
Helpdesk support has been tainted with a negative image since its creation, with many associating it with long wait times, inexperienced and inadequate responses and a frustrating reality in which you’re painstakingly moved from person to person. It doesn’t have to be that way and truly – the end of bad helpdesk support is in sight.
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The NHS (among many others globally) was affected by an outbreak of malware known as WannaCry! last Friday causing widespread problems and a frenzy of media coverage.
The facts you should know about the WannaCry! malware:
The malware is called “WannaCry”
It is a type of “ransomware” which encrypts the files of infected machines to extort money from the
London is well paved to be a fibre city, offering super speeds to both businesses and individuals alike through its up and coming infrastructure, with many businesses opting to invest in the different types of fibre connections available. Fibre-to-the-building (FTTB), the fastest fibre connection possible of which replaces all copper cable from the telephone exchange to the premises with fibre optic wiring specialised