We have recently had an increasing number of reports of scam emails sent from what appears to be the PayPal customer service team claiming to show recent transactions that have taken place from your PayPal account. These emails are known as ‘phishing’ emails because the sender is ‘fishing’ for your personal information.
On April 8th 2014 Microsoft will finally end support for the much loved operating system ‘Windows XP’ and it’s familiar cousin ‘Office 2003’.
Why is Microsoft doing this? How will this affect your business?
The Old Pump Station (pictured above) in Finedon, Northants was renovated a number of years ago by South Midlands Developments and is today used as a modern office building. South Midlands were able to keep a number of original features of the building and that together with it’s picturesque surroundings gives the site an abundance of character.
In June 2012 the ICO released the following statement and IT security guide for small businesses, we strongly recommend small business owners read and comply with the guide to help avoid data loss…
The start of a new year is a great time to review your business needs for the coming 12 months, what are your goals for this year? how are you going to acheive your goals? and what will you need to acheive your goals? Here is a list of a few items that you should be considering this year in order to get the best out of technology to help grow your business…
In the coming weeks we will be releasing a system tray application for all of our users on our managed services packages. The system tray app is a simple to use application which sits running in the Windows system tray (bottom right of the screen next to the clock) which will allow our clients to get in touch with us via email if they require assistance with any IT related issues in just a few mouse clicks.
We have laid the system tray application out so that our clients can reach us via email as well as access news and information from our blog and access our website.