Software companies release updates, usually, for one of three reasons: Security, Fixing Bugs or Increased functionality. Today we learn the importance of installing these updates and not just clicking the “Remind Me Later” button.
Many of the companies we engage with are confused about the cloud, what it means, how it works, is it right for them and perhaps most importantly, is it secure?
One Managing Director recently told me that he was thinking of moving his IT to the cloud. When I asked him why, his response was “because everyone else is!”
His response shows that the cloud is definitely in vogue at the moment, but that’s not necessarily a good enough business reason to move your IT to the cloud.
Whether you wish to squeeze more time into your working day, or just give you more time to chat up your co-workers; Technical Drive is here to help with some tips and tricks to make your computers work better for you.
Phishing is a serious threat to SMB’s across the globe. Today Technical Drive will discuss why Phishing should be taken seriously and how to protect yourself and your business from it.
Bad weather has shut down half of Midlands. Your offices are inaccessible, but your key client is waiting on work from you. What do you do?
That is where your Disaster Recovery (DR) Plan comes in to action!
On the 3rd of January it was revealed that all of the major CPU manufacturers (Intel, AMD & ARM) had major security flaws in their chips. Ominously called ‘Meltdown’ & ‘Spectre’, these flaws allow a cyber criminal to gain access to the data in use by the CPU.