Go to Top

Blog

Is your public Wi-Fi Legal?

Wi_Fi_logo

Did you know that there are several laws surrounding Public WiFi access? It is a legal requirement for businesses that provide a guest or public Wi-Fi service to keep records of all users and the sites they’ve accessed. This information must be kept for 12 months and made available to the police or security agencies when required. The storage of the information is subject to UK …Read More

5 Ways you Can Prevent Data Loss for your Business

data-data-backup-icon

60% of companies that lose their data shut down within 6 months and 80% are out of business after 18 months. That’s a scary statistic. Here are 5 tips to prevent this from happening to your business! Back up your data regularly The importance of backing up information has always been underestimated. Your data – the culmination of all your work and the details …Read More

Windows Server 2003 End-Of-Life Support

server2003

As of July 15th 2015 support for Windows Server 2003 will cease to exist. Although many administrators are aware of this there is a worryingly large amount of users still relying on their servers around the globe which can result in a last minute migration and ultimately, many complications.  If you are currently using a Windows 2003 Server and are reluctant to upgrade or migrate, …Read More

The Importance of E-mail Archiving and Retention

email_archive

Email plays a vital role in most businesses. It’s used to share ideas, discuss decisions and communicate changes. Without it most businesses couldn’t function. All that means is that email retention is another vital business function. Because emails are vital documents, they need to be retained just like every other important document. Email archive solutions can help you free up space of emails that …Read More