Business Data Sharing – Are Cloud Services Business Friendly?
In the last few years we have gone through a global data revolution. This has seen us use cloud services to share files, photos and information in our business and personal lives. Business data sharing is now common from the smallest company to the largest multinational, but is it the right fit for your […]
More reasons why Dropbox is not for Business
4 ,Can’t guarantee data integrity through restricted deduplication. Dropbox, uses deduplication in order to store less data and reduce storage costs. Deduplication means that Dropbox scans each of your files and if it detects that the same file is stored on their server, even when owned by another company or individual, they just keep the […]
The Dropbox Problem – 33 reasons dropbox is not for Business- here are your first 3 for this week….
1 , Can’t get Through your corporate firewall because it is in the top 10 blacklisted apps for iOS and Android devices. 2, Can’t email Dropbox for support- you have to fill in an online form and they will get back to you. Don’t call us, we’ll call you!!!! 3, Can’t tell you where your […]
Small Business Server 2003 will end!!
Across the globe, companies have made Small Business Server 2003 the cornerstone of their IT infrastructure and it has proven a highly robust platform. However, as of April 2014 Small Business Server will no longer be supported by Microsoft. The Microsoft Support Lifecycle (MSL) is generally ten years and as such, Small Business Server 2003 […]
5 points of confusion about Windows 8
Windows 8 is not your conventional Windows upgrade. With Windows 7, Vista, and XP, you got a fresh OS that added new tools, more capabilities under the hood, new interface options, and a new look. But all of these were variations on the basic Windows theme, and ran all your existing Windows programs. Windows 8 […]
Skype for Windows 8
Skype is pushing out a new app to coincide with the launch of Windows 8 on Friday, and unsurprisingly, it’s built to take advantage of Microsoft’s new touch-centric desktop OS. The whole package has been streamlined, and of course brought into line with Microsoft’s “new-style” Windows interface (formerly known as Metro). Skype will get its […]
New Office Web Apps Go Live
The NEW updated version of the Office Web Apps, that has been on preview since July are now available for Sky Drive and Outlook.com users. The Apps how ever only currently work in the final Internet Explorer 10, Windows 8 and iOS6. Some of the new features include; Word Web App has new page-layout tools, picture tools and […]
BBC Watchdog crew sink teeth into dodgy PC repair shops
The reputation of the UK’s computer repair industry took another hammering last week following a BBC Watchdog investigation into two Worcestershire-based computer repair firms. The flagship consumer affairs programme looked into Click 4 PC and Click Computers in response to reports from viewers about missing personal data, botched repairs and a computer being held to […]
FAKE Bad Piggies App spreads malware
Really Bad Pigs corrupting over 80,000 Chrome users Be warned that there is a fake version of the Bad Piggies game out there for the Google Chrome browser, which is covered with MALWARE. The Bad Piggies game, as you might be well aware, is Rovio’s spin of game from Angry Birds, which lets you take […]