Remote working: Can the Cloud help?

Take your data anywhereRemote working is becoming more common among small businesses and start-ups, increasing the flexibility of workers hours and increasing the productivity of the individual. Though some may disagree that working from home can be more beneficial than working from the office, it cannot be denied that cloud computing has helped drive the increase in demand for remote working. Continue reading Remote working: Can the Cloud help?

Dropbox and Box data leaks: How your data could end up on Google

Online file sharingYou may, or may not, have read about the recent data leak which has sprung up across the web which involves Dropbox and Box. If you don’t know, Dropbox and Box are two of the world’s largest cloud based file sharing platforms and are used on a daily basis. What’s happened is that supposedly “secure links” to files within the service are not so secure and allow anyone on the web to access them with a simple search.

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Ever wondered what’s the best broadband for your business?

Closeup of a TFT screen with www adress being typed.If you’ve ever shopped around for a good broadband deal for your house then you might have come across “Business Broadband” packages from various internet service providers (ISP’s). But what is a business broadband package and why should your business choose it over regular broadband?

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Do not use Internet Explorer until the bug is fixed!

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Looking out for security

In late April 2014, a major vulnerability was found in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer effecting versions 6 through to 11. Known as “Use-after-free”, the bug allows unauthorised access to computer systems through the application.

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