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Does Your Business Continuity Plan Actually Work?

August 10th, 2016|Business Continuity, Tips and Advice|

All organisations need a Business Continuity Plan to ensure that if the worst happens (or even something slightly bad) there are clear steps to take to get operations back up and running as quickly as possible. We’ve worked with a number of companies who have developed their own business continuity plans but have never tested [...]

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Top Tips To Keep The Hackers At Bay

July 27th, 2016|Technology News|

What was once a couple of physical doors that kept your office safe, is now a multitude of virtual doors that you can’t control. For example, in the case of Spear Phishing emails criminals are targeting you as an individual, as opposed to a general attack on an organisation, and hackers might target you in exactly [...]

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BT told to invest in Openreach – or sell it off

July 19th, 2016|Technology News|

For those of us in the IT industry the words 'BT' and 'Openreach' usually cause a bit of a groan coupled with an all too familiar expectation of poor service with very little accountability. The division of BT responsible for installing and maintaining the network which powers the vast majority of our phone and internet infrastructure has [...]

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‘Klepto Zepto’ – New business crippling virus targets 140,000 people in 4 days – Businesses warned!

July 13th, 2016|Security and Threats, Technology News, Tips and Advice|

Security experts are warning businesses of a dangerous new virus, based on the Locky ransomware, named Klepto Zepto. The Zepto malware has been carried in nearly 140,000 spam messages sent over four days last week. The ransomware appears to have Locky’s capabilities which could make it one of the more dangerous encryption lockers in circulation. [...]

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The Day the Internet Broke – 512K Day

August 13th, 2014|Business Continuity, Company News, Technology News|

Have you experienced random issues on the Internet in the last 24 hours or so? If so you are not alone… Some History It has been well publicised that the world is running out of IP addresses – the unique addresses used to identify devices connected to the Internet. The IPv4 addressing scheme was designed [...]

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