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Client premises move in record time.

Normally when a client moves premises they usually give us a bit of notice and time to prepare for the move. This time this was not the case, with a deadline of 7 days to get everything setup was quite a tall order to say the least. The new premises was nothing short of...

2 more refurbished Dell optiplex desktops for a client

Refurbished Dell Optiplex 7010 and 7020 journey from ex cooperate reclaimed pc chassis to built windows 10 pro pc ready for more years of service and a 12 month return to base warranty. All our refurbished pc come with brand new hard drives or are upgraded to solid state drives (SSD). which is the...

An Increase in Office 365 Migrations

Over the last couple of months we have seen an increase of companies wanting to move away from pop3 / imap email setups to an Office 365 Environment. Not only do they get a large mailbox, it also comes with the added features including meeting requests, Out of Office, Shared Contacts etc. Companies are...

Snow Day or not a Snow Day

So the other day we had a little snow and could have been classed as a Snow Day, luckily it was at the time of year when a lot of people are off for Xmas, but what if was in say February? If you can’t get to your office can your business still run...

Xage emerges from stealth with a blockchain-based IoT security solution

Getting the myriad of devices involved in the industrial internet of things provisioned and communicating with one another in a secure way will be one of the great technological challenges facing companies in the coming years. Xage (prounounced Zage) emerged from stealth today with a blockchain-based security solution that could help simplify this. The company also...

Broadband over ‘wet string’ tested for fun

Engineers at a small British internet service provider have successfully made a broadband connection work over 2m (6ft 7in) of wet string. The connection reached speeds of 3.5Mbps (megabits per second), according to the Andrews and Arnold engineer who conducted the experiment. The point of the experiment appears to have been purely to see...

Analysts think Petya ‘ ransomware ’ was built for targeted destruction, not profit

The description of the Petya infections hitting computers worldwide as “ransomware” may be a misnomer, security analysts suggest. The malicious software’s code and other evidence indicate that the profit motive may have been a camouflage for an act of cyber-espionage targeting Ukraine. Ransomware fundamentally works on the idea that if you pay the attacker,...

Scottish areas worst for broadband speeds, says Which?

Orkney, followed by Shetland and Highland, have come bottom of a table ranking UK local authority areas by broadband speeds. Tamworth, Reading and Adur have the fastest connections, according to the research by consumer group Which? Dundee City is the only Scottish area to have made it into the top 10 for best speeds....

New Website for Weathershield Europe goes live

Weathershield Europe has been trading since 2012, Their website at the time was state of the art with the technology available. In 2017, Weathershield Europe approached us to give their website a whole new modern and upto date look with features that included: Fully responsive design. Mobile friendly. Click to Call capabilities. Easy for potential...