A reliable, robust IT infrastructure is an essential requirement in any business. Many business owners and managers put off upgrading for as long as possible. Yet for anyone determined to provide the best possible service to their customers and stay ahead of the competition, failing to upgrade simply isn’t an option. Letting your business plod…
Every day hackers and fraudsters send millions of fraudulent emails to millions of email inboxes worldwide. Whilst some of these emails are obvious frauds riddled with grammar and spelling errors, others can be much harder to spot. You may have seen our previous post on the relatively new Business Email Commerce (BEC) fraud if you…
Did you know, around 87% of small businesses still think they won’t be targeted by cyber attackers. Yeah that’s right. 87%. You might even be reading this now thinking, “Yeah, yeah, but it still won’t happen to me. I’ll take my chances.” So here’s a bold challenge for you. I’m confident that if I were…
We all do it. As do our children. When you go somewhere, especially to work, you hunt out the free WIFI like a person possessed. Getting online as soon as possible gets you reconnected to both social media and work systems.
However, in general, we never think about how “open and insecure” these WIFI networks are. We never ask the provider (Coffee house, airport, even our local Clarks shoe shop) what security practices and systems they have set up to protect you.
Microsoft are due to open their first store in the UK and its right around the corner from the Apple store.
I’m sure there will be lovely things on show and gadgets galore to play with and perhaps, if I’m down there for a meeting I may call in. But, if I’m with the family then museums, a walk down the south bank or watching the world go by in Covent Garden is much more fun.
If you are lucky enough to own an Amazon Echo then you’ll understand all the excellent (and stupid) things that you can ask it.
Combining that with your love of sci-fi makes the whole experience that much more fun.
To celebrate the release of the new Star Trek series Discovery, the Echo has been enhanced to handle all things Klingon and more.
Yet another news story has broken about a high-profile firm being hacked by cyber criminals.
Deloitte, one of the 4 major accountancy firms in the world, had their email systems breached and private information was impacted.
Katy says “Both the staff and children are much happier. That’s been the biggest difference since iNTALECT took over. ICT is now less of a chore because things actually work. Confidence has been restored. There is now a plan which everyone involved is signed up to. Whilst the restored faith is in part due to iNTALECT’s work, the main driver is down to Caldecote’s attitude and desire to want to improve things. This is across the board and really is needed when needing to make your systems work for you, rather than against you. When asked what impact this new relationship has made Katy says “I have more time back in the working day as I am not being pulled in different directions. iNTALECT’s staff are knowledgeable and happy to answer any question we throw at them. It’s a breath of fresh air”