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Shared, Managed & Serviced Offices – Huge Risk, Easy to Fix
If your business is in a shared office building there is a massive hidden risk to the security of your data. The problem is that, with most business centres, certainly the more well-known ones in the shared/managed office world (not mentioning any names!), your equipment is housed in a shared...
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The 3 P’s: Preparation, preparation, preparation!
Occasionally we encounter an issue that by its very nature acts as a better advert for our services than our marketing team could ever devise. That aside, the following serves as a valuable case study for anyone who has a vested interest in business IT.   On Friday night we...
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Your whole office, within the Cloud…
For the uninitiated, Office 365 gives you access to enterprise level email and Microsoft Office 2013 Professional, all wrapped up in a low cost monthly subscription. Microsoft have spent millions over the last few years to bring what was formerly big-business technology to small and medium-sized businesses owners. By subscribing to...
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Disaster Recovery: “Reasons to be Careful… 1, 2, 3 (and 4)”
Ever since the London Chamber of Commerce conducted research into the implications of data loss disasters and announced that 90% of businesses suffering a major data loss went under within two years, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have really started bucking their ideas up when it comes to devising a...
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Whether you’re public or private, the question is: Is your data protected?
Here at Everything Tech we’re all about creating and maintaining secure IT infrastructure for your organisation, no matter how large or small it may be. But private businesses are not the only organisations that need to run many of their day-to-day operations from well-maintained, highly-secure digital environments to ensure all...
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Small Business: Capital is King!
These days, you’ll find that savvy small businesses are utilising the same systems and technology as the largest firms in their particular sector of industry.  You may ask, how is this possible without access to large amounts of capital that are usually the preserve of big businesses? After all, small...
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More security on your iPhone
We keep so much information on our phones these days, email, passwords for other sites and with things like Dropbox on your smartphone anyone who gains access could be getting at more than you like to think about. If your anything like me then your phone is always on your...
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Outlook Calendar Permissions
It’s often useful to let our co-workers look at our diaries to see where we are or to book an appointment, the problem is our calendars are often full of personal things. It’s simple to change the permissions to change what people can and can’t see. Simply right click your...
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Scary Stuff
Thought I would share this. I received this email over the weekend, as an active eBay user it was enough to make me look , it said a dispute had been resolved against me. Of course this made me want to look because I thought it would cause a problem with my...
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What can technology do for my business?
It’s a question you should be asking your IT manager all the time, in fact it’s the most important question and you should ask it every time you see them. The best part of being an IT manager is making things better, improving the efficiency of the business. For example,...
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