5 new malware threats every second

Do you need to renew your antivirus software licence for 2017? You bet your bottom dollar you do. AV-test has reported that computer users are threatened with five new malware programs every second. Cybercrime is likely to remain one of the top IT stories of the New Year, and it’s easy to see why. The … Read more5 new malware threats every second

Time to say cheerio to Yahoo

Smashing your own personal best may be good news for an Olympic athlete. But it’s very bad news if you’re a prominent email provider that has just announced another data breach, even more colossal than the last. In December 2016, Yahoo confirmed it had been the victim of the “largest consumer hack ever” when a … Read moreTime to say cheerio to Yahoo

Office 365 still the most secure option for small businesses

Office 365

In January 2017, UK businesses saw a price increase on Office 365, with Microsoft citing Brexit and the fall in the value of sterling as the major contributory factors. However, this cloud-based solution remains the obvious choice for SMEs. More than half of businesses today say that their IT is either partly or wholly cloud-based … Read moreOffice 365 still the most secure option for small businesses

How to get the most out of Google Chrome

Google Chrome is probably the most widely used browser right now with an estimated share (depending on which report you read) of 63% from desktop users. So if you count yourself amongst the many Chrome users, here are some great tips and tricks that you might want to know about: Auto-launch your favourite pages Have … Read moreHow to get the most out of Google Chrome