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Now I've always been a bit of a whizz at computers. When I was young I was the kid that was wheeled out to get rid of the virus on the computer, setup the home network, or give some advice as to latest and greatest piece of technology.
This is a call to all IT Managers and IT professionals struggling to deal with the demanding workloads of running a small or medium sized business IT!
Multiple companies across industries have confirmed attacks by a the latest bout of ransomware, including global law firm DLA Piper, U.S. pharmaceutical giant Merck, and the Danish shipping company Maersk.
Making news late Friday night and dominating media coverage over the weekend, the ransomware WannaCry is perhaps the most devastating piece of ransomware ever, with 230,000 PC's (and counting) infected, at high profile organisations including NHS trusts.
Kingsley Beverages is a multi national organisation that produces, markets, sells and distributes its own range of beverage brands and products across Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
Cloud collaboration services such as Dropbox and Box.net are becoming ever more popular with business users – a recent survey suggested as many as 1 in 5 staff use Dropbox even though businesses IT policies disallow such practices.
I attended a conference held by an IT vendor the other day who were shilling their latest Cloud computing offering. The conference was attended by a bunch of directors from IT Service companies similar to Torix.
On 8th April Microsoft ends support of Windows XP and Office 2003. We’ve been helping many of our clients overcome this issue of late, and making sure it doesn’t cost them the earth by offering 50% off XP migrations.
IT Systems are becoming more mobile. Compared with 5 years ago, staff are much more likely to be using laptops, tablets and smartphones as opposed to PCs with large tower hard drives under their desks.