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The End Of ISDN

The End Of ISDN – What Next?

August 23, 2019

From 2020, BT will reject any new ISDN orders. From 2025, ISDN lines will be officially switched off. The end date of this system is causing a lot of misinformation. Some are saying ISDN is being switched off January 2020 or that ISDN is already switched off for parts of the country. You have until…

Windows 7 End of Life

July 24, 2019

Windows 7 end of life has been a long time coming, but on January the 14th 2020, Windows 7 will officially go out of support. Your PC will still work – but if anything goes wrong your entire business could grind to a halt. From this date, Windows 7 will receive: No IT Technical Support…

jargon buster for computers

Jargon Buster 2: IT and Computers

July 2, 2019

Technical terminology can be confusing. When sorting out the IT for your business, the last thing you want is to have lots of industry specific terms thrown at you. Here’s our second edition of IT jargon busting to help make these terms more clear – the first can be found here. Firewall Firewall is a…

Save A Fortune with IT Solutions for Businesses: Integrate Your IT

June 20, 2019

Looking for IT solutions for businesses? Outsourcing your IT and integrating it with us can boost your business operation while also saving you money. Having IT support saves your employees from spending crucial parts of their day struggling to fix their technical issues so they can get work done. This is a waste of their…

Communication Is Key

March 21, 2019

Communication is key to the way any business or charity operates, either internally, to other businesses or the public. Having an organised set up and system for every single chosen communication channel allows your company to run smoother, boost productivity and reduce stress. High quality communication channels allows staff to interact more effectively with their…

New Year, New You? Upgrading Hardware & Software in 2019

January 15, 2019

As everybody settles into the New Year, most people set personal resolutions to follow. Go to the gym more, eat more salads, read more books. Many business owners or managers will also set some changes for their business. This may be a new sales strategy, a more organised rota or tidier desks. Make your business…

IT Stocking Fillers for Computer Users

December 17, 2018

Need a last minute Christmas stocking filler? Here a few ideas for somebody that uses a computer.  1 – A laptop lock Ideal for anybody that uses their laptop in the workplace or in a public area like a coffee shop. These locks will lock your laptop to the table they’re on – making it…

Defending Your Data

November 9, 2018

By now, you’ll probably be sick of the sight of GDPR. The judgement day of May 25th 2018 may have passed but data security is still as important than ever. This blog is about why defending your data in different ways is essential, especially as an organisation.  The GDPR Judgement Day The months leading up…

Halloween: IT Horror Stories

October 23, 2018

Happy Halloween! Due to our many years working within the IT industry, we’ve encountered quite a few horror stories relating to the IT industry. To celebrate Halloween, here’s some ghoulish IT situations to avoid… The Invisible ‘Security’ We’ve come across a few IT set-ups over the years that claim to have a secure system. But…

Jargon-Buster: IT And Computers

October 15, 2018

Jargon Buster For IT Technical terminology can be confusing. When sorting out the IT for your business, the last thing you want is to have lots of industry specific terms thrown at you. Here’s a helpful jargon buster blog that helps make some of the terms more clear: The ‘Cloud’ –  The Cloud is a…

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