In any cyber-infrastructure, one of the weakest points in security is the password. One of the gravest and most common cybersecurity issues always occurs when a staff member changes or creates a password.
It’s that time of year again. We’re decking our halls with boughs of holly and looking forward to resting like merry gentlemen. After a long season of the “unprecedented”; you can’t blame people for being excited for Christmas.
No matter how large or small your business, maintaining a server is always good practice. While you might not be holding the 1.2million terabytes that Google or Meta hold, you still want your IT infrastructure to run as smoothly as possible.
Server maintenance, then, is always a good skill to have.
It's finally here! Windows 11 is finally available to everyone. Well, everyone with a compatible system that is. The new operating system does mark Microsoft’s final departure with 32-bit operating systems, and of course, to run Windows 11, your computer will need to meet certain specifications.
It’s been a difficult year for the hospitality industry. Thanks to the pandemic, the coffee shops, bars, and restaurants have suffered erratic stops and starts. Now, hopefully, the UK has opened, and the hospitality industry can begin its revival.
Most business store their data in the cloud as opposed to an onsite server or computer hard drive. If a business isn’t storing its data in the cloud, the likelihood is, that they are backing up their data to the cloud.
Did you know that in the terms and conditions small print, all cloud storage providers reserve the right to access and view your documents? They can also if requested share your documents with authorities.