Onsite backup or offsite backup?

Why choose onsite data backup? Don’t be fooled by what used to be common backup practise. Using multiple discs, trying to manage a large external or paying for large servers., these are in the past. And although there have been developments and you might have your business’s computer system in order, there is always a…

New year, new computer care

January is filled with so many things. Settling in, getting business in order, facing the fact that the next holiday isn’t for a few months. What a month it is. But apart from those, it is also a great time to re-evaluate the state of your computer, network and overall security and whether you are…

3 tips to keeping your PC safe

Keeping our PC safe is something that we do daily. However, we often miss the simplest and most crucial steps. Read the tips below to make sure you are protecting your hardware as well as the data on your PC. 1. Check your firewall This is a very simple step, that often looks more complicated…

How to Safely Dispose of Old Computers

With the weather getting a little bit warmer and days getting a little longer, this is the time of year that most people start spring cleaning. Winter clothes get put in the back of the closet and shorts and shirts move to the front. You might find some unwanted items around the house that you…

Does limiting employee internet access work?

It is not uncommon to hear about companies that restrict internet access or implement firewalls to stop employees from visiting certain sites and social media platforms – in fact, some people might actually be surprised when they hear about businesses that don’t have these restrictions in place. Studies conducted over the last few years following…