Cyber security presents many dynamic challenges within itself and with the addition of the ever changing technology, the list continues to grow in relation to implementing the best practices in keeping your business secure. There are several factors that contribute to your cyber security such as your technology, software, IT infrastructure, networks and connection.
Microsoft has now confirmed that Windows 11 will become available worldwide on October 5th, 2021. All eligible Windows 10 PCs will be able to upgrade to the new Windows 11 for free. Also, on this day all systems that come with pre-loaded Windows 11, will be able to upgrade to Windows 11.
Many people ask, what is SIP and why is it important? SIP refers to the Session Initiation Protocol which enables another type of protocol, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to be initiated through making definitive and clear distinctions of two phases of a voice call and managing them accordingly.
Virtual meeting platforms have enabled businesses to continue regularly communicating with each other whilst working from home. These video applications include features such as: video/ audio conferencing, chat, screen sharing, file sharing and reactions. A few examples of these platforms are: Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Whereby and Google Meet.
With the rise of employees working from home, more and more organisations have been using cloud-based tools intertwined with an anytime/ anywhere approach to work. This has increased the likelihood of your business suffering from problems that will impact your technology through things like human error or cybersecurity risks. This is where you would turn to your Disaster Recovery plan.
As concerns about the spread of Coronavirus increase, we’re reaching out with a brief update to let you know how the Solutions 4 IT team is preparing and planning to provide uninterrupted support during this time. Our staff are continuing to work normal business...