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Heartbleed Bug: A simple guide to staying safe

November 03 2014

Heartbleed Bug: A simple guide to staying safe

If you've read the newspaper, browsed Twitter or simply visited the Internet recently, you will have heard about the Heartbleed bug. It has been described as one of the most serious Internet security stories in the history of the Internet, so here’s a quick run-down to bring you up to speed and keep you safe.What is HeartbleedCertain sites that seek to protect sensitive information use a technology...

Support for XP and Office 2003 has now ended: Your questions answered

October 30 2014

Support for XP and Office 2003 has now ended: Your questions answered

2014 has officially marked the end of support for Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003. We’ve been receiving a lot of questions asking what this means exactly so we’ve put together a blog answering some of the most frequent questions.What does this mean?Like most software developers, Microsoft sends out regular updates that fix any vulnerabilities or problems with their software and operating...

Why Enterprise Hard Drives Might Not Be Worth the Cost

October 23 2014

Why Enterprise Hard Drives Might Not Be Worth the Cost

An important consideration for many small to medium businesses is how to store and backup their data. There are basically two choices available; consumer hard drives or enterprise hardware. Generally businesses tend to opt for enterprise hardware as this has been developed with company servers in mind. Although these are generally considered more reliable, new research from online storage firm Backblaze...

Support is ending for XP and Office 2003: How it will affect your Business

Peter from Ponticello October 15 2014

Support is ending for XP and Office 2003: How it will affect your Business

 As you may or may not be aware all Microsoft support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will come to an end in April.Due to the age of these products, Microsoft will no longer release updates or security patches and this has implications for businesses using the software …How it could affect your businessSecurity RiskOnce Microsoft stops supporting Windows XP, it could leave your system vulnerable...

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