"The Phone system that’s transformed our business!" This is the latest feedback when we migrated the client to our hosted phone system, but other clients have given more shocking feedback.
One of the best products Microsoft has offered small business is reaching End of Life and Microsoft are offering no direct replacement. Yes, it’s the end for Small Business server, the last edition SBS 2011 starts to reach EOL in January 2020.
Technology moves along at an incredible rate. One minute you have the latest mobile phone and the next something new is on the market. Having an out of date mobile is one thing, but soon you could be using a Microsoft operating system that is leaving you exposed to cyber attack. That's what will happen when Windows 7 end of life arrives.
Microsoft has a life cycle for their products, and when that product reaches end of life, there are serious security implications for any business that continues to use it. Think of all the work that you put in to protecting your business data and then imagine that data being hacked and stolen because you are using an operating system that is out of date.
Phishing attacks are one of the greatest and most common threats to all computer users. As these attacks become more common and sophisticated it is imperative that end users and businesses alike learn how to identify Phishing and and what actions to take when being targeted. In this Blog we aim to highlight some of the most common forms of Phishing and help you to avoid becoming a victim.
When it comes to Microsoft email servers, there are two options for you to consider: Exchange Server 2016 and Office 365.
Both options have their advantages and implementation challenges and finding the right solution for your business can be extremely daunting. In essence, the main difference is one is a self-hosted system (Exchange 2016) and the other is cloud based (Office 365).
What is ransomware?
Ransomware is one of the fastest growing forms of cyber-attack. At present there are nearly 3 million unique samples and more are appearing every day.
Mayor of Newton Abbot Mike Ryan and Mayoress Lin – were among those invited to the launch of Apollo IT, Newton Abbot last week.
What started in 2004 as a micro-business in Dartmouth, Apollo as grown into a multi-office, ISO9001 accredited operation - helping a range of companies from manufacturers and professional services, to public figures and charities throughout south Devon and beyond.