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WannaCry! Ransomware

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

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London Fibre Internet in the Capital

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

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Counting the Costs of IT System Downtime

We only tend to notice how much we rely on our IT systems when a problem arises. The panic sets in when employees can’t access files or documents to do their work or when customers are phoning up to complain about not being able to use the system. Although employees may welcome a bit of downtime while a solution to

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Benefits of Cloud Computing – Is your head in the cloud?

Cloud computing makes life a lot easier for businesses; it allows the transfer of files quickly and efficiently, it is safer than storing documents on the physical PC and it can promote remote working for employees. Cloud services, such as office 365 should be part of your online IT support if you want your business to become more efficient. If

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