IT Security gets an almost daily mention and discussion here at Tekkers HQ. From new developments, threats and uncovering new and interesting ways that attackers are targeting our customers. It’s an on-going journey.
What would you do if I told you that there was another way? A way that would save you time, money, perhaps even staffing costs, accountancy costs, payroll...the list could be endless!
You may have seen in the news recently, that Yahoo! confirmed that a breach took place in 2014, which left half a billion accounts compromised.
Whilst issues like these are becoming all the more common, you might be getting so used to these breaches happening that you simply..
In recent weeks, I have been contacted via a couple of individuals who I vaguely knew by name and had spoken to only a handful of times over the last 5 years of being in business.
I recently bumped into Denise Barlow from the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce at a local chamber event. After a short chat she was singing our praises for one of her customers, Mercator Media. Whom we had recently installed a new phone system for.
The 29th of July marks the date when Windows 10 will no longer be a free upgrade, are you prepared?
How EU data protection changes will effect UK SMEs
In today's office environment, so much critical data is stored across so many systems that keeping it all archived in one place may seem a daunting prospect. The good news is that adopting an online backup service for your business data, customer and parts databases,..
Here at Tekkers IT, we offer IT training alongside our more direct small business IT support services. But is IT training appropriate for your business? While there are certain obvious advantages to IT training, you should still think carefully about whether it is the right..
The best story that comes out of modern small business IT support is our ability to prevent disaster from happening. In the past, IT only came on the scene when the hard drive had failed, the screen had gone blank, the virus was taunting users or the network had decided not to..