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coronavirus phishing

As Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to take its toll and disrupt our daily lives beyond recognition, individuals are understandably keen to stay up to date on the latest news. Hackers has ceased the opportunity to create new attacks based on the public interest in the virus.   An email impersonating organisations like the UN World Health Organisation and the US Centres for Disease Control and prevention are among...

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world backup day

World backup day was established in 2011 to encourage people to protect their data and avoid them looking like a fool if something were to happen to their computers. That is why it is immediately before April Fool’s Day to have business cloud storage backup. Whether you data is lost due to a virus, natural disaster, hardware failure or human error, you can restore your system with...

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moving to microsoft azure cloud

So, you’re thinking about moving to Microsoft Azure. You’ve heard it mentioned and aren’t sure what exactly it is, and how it can help you. Microsoft Azure is a cloud-based computing resource which delivers three key functions; Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).   Today I will discuss the benefits of using Microsoft Azure, and things to...

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No business is immune from an outage. It can strike at any time and without warning, which is why it’s essential that you have a disaster recovery plan in place from using an IT managed service provider. Computer systems have become so deeply embedded in the processes of many small to medium-sized businesses, organisations, over the last 20 years, that many organisations cannot operate effectively without...

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Ransomware is an advanced form of cyber crime which is sadly becoming incredibly widespread. Unfortunately, it has now evolved to the extent that if you fall victim, it's extremely hard to recover from. It's now netting cyber criminals millions of pounds a year.   The scam works by using malware to disable the victims' computers and forcing them to pay a ransom in order to restore...

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