All businesses should adopt MFA. Now
Welcome to the April 2023 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. Smartphones have taken over from laptops as most people’s preferred portable work tool. But that creates a new set of security risks to be aware of. We have the latest advice. What’s all the fuss...
March’s Technology Insider: Make your Chrome browser work harder
Welcome to the March 2023 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. Google Chrome users could be ramping up their productivity by making more use of Extensions. There are hundreds of these small, free, add-on programs available for the world’s most-used web...
January’s Technology Insider: IT hacks to help cut your energy bill
Happy New Year and welcome to the January 2023 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. We’re all watching our energy bills going through the roof, but that doesn’t mean you should stand back and let it happen. There’s a lot you can do to reduce your IT energy...
December’s Technology Insider: Can you imagine doing business in the Metaverse?
Hello and welcome to the December 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. We start this month discussing the Metaverse. Imagine a massive 3D virtual space that mimics aspects of the physical world. We can all meet there at the same time, perhaps using...
October’s Technology Insider: Do you know exactly what services your staff are signing up for?
Hello and welcome to the October 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. Do some of your people sign up for software to get a job done, and then abandon their accounts? Nothing wrong with that so long as they’ve followed password best practice, and your...
September’s Technology Insider: Here’s why you need to automate more, now
Hello and welcome to the September 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. Automation is AMAZING. It has nothing but benefits for your business, including removing boring repetitive tasks that your staff hate doing… increasing overall productivity… and job...
June’s Technology Insider: Crumbs in the keyboard?
Hello and welcome to the June 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. Did you know two thirds of people working remotely are using faulty devices. And you won’t believe the main reason why… all is revealed in this month’s cover story. Here’s what else is...
May’s Technology Insider: Productivity tools: What’s next?
Hello and welcome to the May 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter. The development of the world’s productivity software has been amazing over the last couple of years. In our lead story this month, we ask you the simple question: If you could wave a magic...
April’s Technology Insider: A third of employees want an Apple product from you
A third of employees want an Apple product from you
Hello and welcome to the April 2022 edition of our Technology Insider newsletter.
We’ve been looking at some stats about employee expectations of the technology they get from a new employer. A third of them want Apple products… even though Microsoft has better business tools. We’ve got some suggestions to get round that.
Alert: A clever new type of ransomware attack
Subject line: A web form was submitted
If you have a contact form on your business’s website, you’ll be used to getting emails with a subject line like that.
And while some of them might be a waste of your time, have you ever considered that not all requests for your product or service are genuine?
There’s a new technique that cyber criminals are employing to launch ransomware attacks. And you need to be aware of it.