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Spooky offices and homes in a digital world

Spooky offices and homes in a digital world

Now that Halloween is here, we were thinking how would a haunted office or house look like in this digital era that we live in. With all that is IoT, having a haunted house and poltergeist events is even easier than you think.

The number of connected devices that are in use worldwide exceeds 17 billion and with 7 billion IoT devices, it's easy to get scared when you think of your automated home and how easily it can be possessed.

Prepare your phone lines for the bad weather

Prepare your phone lines for the bad weather

With November fast approaching and forecasts of temperatures below 0 for the end of this week, we really have to think of our communication lines, mostly your company's telephony.

We already know that British weather can be unpredictable and it can present some challenges to businesses, but there are ways to prevent a broken phone line.

An interview about cybersecurity and business

An interview about cybersecurity and business

Our colleagues Mat Horan and Mitch Collis were invited in Black Country Radio's studio to talk about business and cybersecurity with Steve Parker.

Here is the interview, it's full of good tips that could save your business from cyber attacks.

Also, remeber to download our checklist and protect your business from a cyber attack!

Oversharing is a threat to cyber security

Oversharing is a threat to cyber security

One of our mantras when it comes to cybersecurity is that "an educated staff is your first line of defence. So, we try to educate our customers to be safe against cybercriminals and attacks.

But a few days ago while checking social media we found an interesting post on LinkedIn showing us that people sometimes just don't know that security is more than a long and secure password or an antivirus installed on your computer.

Don’t let hackers fool you with these tricks

Don’t let hackers fool you with these tricks

The volume of malicious cyber attacks is increasing every year. Although many companies use the latest network security systems, they aren’t immune to the hackers’ favorite strategy — social engineering. Unlike malware, social engineering tricks people into volunteering sensitive data.