For many the ever looming digital Cloud can be a daunting idea. However, we are now at a stage when moving to the cloud isn’t a case of if, but when. This is great technology advancement that brings many benefits to your business and personal life. If you need any more encouragement to move to […]
This is our quick look at new software releases expected in 2015. Probably the most important event is the end of Microsoft Extended Support for Windows Server 2003. If you are still running Windows Server 2003 this is a significant event for your business because there will be no more Service Packs for Windows 2003 […]
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Anyone subscribing to Microsoft Office 365 Plan E3 or E4 and using Office 2010 Professional Plus under that Office 365 subscription should be aware that their software will enter “Reduced Functionality Mode” some time in June this year (2014). This is happening because Microsoft is going to stop supporting the 2010 release of Office Professional […]
We don’t usually get excited about the latest malware news doing the rounds because it’s usually too late and far too vague, but this one has the potential to cause a bit of trouble. Cryptolocker is a ransomware trojan which, if acquired and activated, will attempt to encrypt your files and then require payment for […]
A preview of impending Microsoft price increases did the rounds a few weeks ago causing consternation as it warned of increases of up to 33.5% in order to align software license costs throughout Europe. The final price increases were advised more recently and it is some slight relief to see that the increase for Microsoft […]