In late 2019 Microsoft Systems will become end of life. Microsoft will be ending support for both its Windows 7 operating system and Office 2010. This means that any devices running these editions will soon lose support. Here are five reasons why you should already be preparing to avoid this by planning for this […]
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A recent report defines insider threat as the biggest threat to data and company security today. It brings to mind the old adage that Generals always fight today’s battles with the mindset of the last. It could be just as true of data security and the protection of your company’s network. What can you do about it ?
A question often posed in the news is what is the future of our High Streets ? An emerging trend is the adoption of Retail Co-working. It is no surprise that one of the hippest co-working providers has already moved into this space – literally !
In 2020 Microsoft will stop support on Small Business Server 2011, Microsoft Exchange 2010, Windows 7 and Office 2010.What does that mean for you ?
Just two or three years ago, people liked to talk about agile working – but often it was purely talk.
Now, though, it’s genuinely happening and most people who are planning a change in their workplace – whether it’s a new building, a refurbishment or a look at better utilisation of space – are focusing on agile working. So what are some of the themes that underlie true agile working
The challenge all companies are facing is how to introduce new technology that appeals to millennial’s whilst not alienating older generations who can be wary of change. But is the gap as big as we suspect ? Probably not and surely it is in everyone’s interest to minimise that gap?
Here are some areas to consider when introducing new technology.
On the 15th & 16th March, Twin Systems attended the Cloud Expo Europe. This was our first expo so there were plenty of learning curves but overall it was a very positive experience.
When Germany banned a connected doll over security concerns, it wasn’t being overly cautious. As it turns out, there’s a textbook example of what happens when toy data privacy goes horribly wrong. Security researchers have discovered that Spiral Toys’ internet-savvy teddy bears, CloudPets, stored kids’ voice messages to their parents. This also included names and […]
Mobility is essential for a successful company, but the challenge is securing all that data. A mobile workforce Today, employee mobility and office BYOD programs are critical for enterprise productivity. Mobile devices add new security challenges, bypassing many of the security controls you have in place. Mobile devices, mobile apps and the networks they use […]
‘Malware Mania’ is back with a vengeance creating havoc for organizations of all sizes and in all industries. Ransomware protection is now the top priority for any organisation. Cyber criminals have morphed their attack methods with the resurgence of. malware and encrypting ransomware to evade traditional antivirus and firewall defence. As a result, your IT […]