Watch our cyber crime video on how to keep your data safe from the cyber criminals. See how you can keep cyber thieves at bay and make sure you can get your data back should the worst happen.
This morning I have come across an article by the folks over at Mozilla.org, the article explains how to look out for “dodgy” websites, why we should check for https (or the padlock symbol) in a website address and why you should not rely on it. This is definitely worth a read – HTTPS Protection
We are proud to announce that we will be sponsoring the Deanshanger Colts U12s Training tops for this season. Deanshanger Colts are always looking for talented new players, so if you are interested nip over to their homepage and have a look – http://www.deanshangercolts.co.uk/ Good Luck Lads!
Bitdefender Anti-Virus 2017 Bitdefender Anti-Virus 2017 is finanly upon us and we are pleased to announce that we can offer this fantastic leading class product on a monthly subscription basis. If you are looking for an Anti-Virus solution that will detect, protect, anticipate and takes action on known viruses, ransomware and zero-day threats quickly, then […]
We thought that this year we would kick the year off with a new website of our own. The website now has more content, better pricing indicators and with a couple of features still to be made live we will be bringing our online presence to a whole new level. If you like what you […]
Exporting User Mailboxes to PST from Exchange 2010. Firstly you need to be on a computer that can run a 64Bit OS and be in the same domain as the Exchange server. You will need the following pre-requisites – Installation of 64 Bit Windows Operating System Installation of Powershell 2.0 Installation of .NET Framework 3.51 […]
Brother Printing Issues We use Terminal Servers for some of our customers. Some are hosted by ourselves and some are in the clients office. One customer uses Brother printers using the Brother Mono Universal Print Driver. The drivers have been flawless up until today where a bizarre message kept popping up: The selected printing device […]
Godiva Awakens There was great excitement in the office yesterday – well from me anyway as Godiva Awakes was due to pass through Towcester, right by our office at 11am. For those not aware Godiva Awakes is project that is part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad which features a 10 meter high puppet which […]
My Raspberry Pi Case Some of you may have heard of the NEW Raspberry Pi, its a new ARM device that is the size of a credit card and we will be covering the Raspberry’s functions in another post. As accessories are still thin on the ground for these I decided to make a case […]
Snowed in but still working. England is often ill prepared for snow, only major roads will be gritted and cleared. People will not go to work as they cannot get out of their villages or it will take them hours to do so with risk of getting stuck on the way. My journey to our […]