Poster 1 : Beware of Phishing
Poster 2 : Beware of Phishing
Guide : Phishing Protection
Poster 1 : How Ransomware Works
Poster 2 : Protect Yourself From Ransomware
Poster 3 : Be The Hero
Poster 4 : Stop Clicking Suspicious Emails
It’s fair to say that last year will forever be remembered. We all had some setbacks.
Starting this year on a positive note then – let’s set ourselves up for huge success, shall we?
You’ve probably already set yourself a juicy list of goals for the year.
So to help you achieve those goals, I’ve created my ultimate guide to productivity – getting things done in 2021.
Inside, I’ve highlighted many of the areas you need to look at, to boost productivity across your whole business. And the apps that can help you do it faster.
All business owners and managers hate it when their staff’s productivity goes down.
Bad IT is often used as an excuse to start talking and stop working! So now’s the time to make sure it can’t have a negative effect in 2021.
(it’s going to be a challenging enough year as it is)
You and your team could be more productive, more motivated –and ultimately make more money –with some changes to your technology strategy.
I’ve created a new, free guide to show you the 5 key things you must include in your IT strategy (number 3’s the one your staff will be delighted to help you with.
And remember, as your IT partners, my team and I are here to help you pull together your IT strategy. We should always have a rolling technology roadmap for your business.
From hackers armed with ransomware, I mean. Hopefully you can answer ‘no’ to that question.
But do you really know you’re not under attack at this moment? Or are you guessing, because you haven’t seen any obvious signs of ransomware? Obvious enough to tell us about them.
(note – ransomware is the computer attack where a hacker locks you out of your systems and data. And you must pay a ransom, typically in Bitcoin, to get access again)
Well here’s a frightening fact: Hackers can spend weeks or even months in your network, preparing and waiting for the right time to launch their attack on your business.
Some of the security monitoring we do for you can spot an attack. But there are extra security tools we’d prefer you used – plus we need your team to keep an eye out too.
Because if you know some of the tell-tale signs, you can spot an attack is possible. And tell us, so we can take action to try to prevent it.
That’s why we’ve written a new guide for you. It’s called “4 signs you’re under attack from ransomware”. And it details the main things you need to look out for, to keep your network intruder-free.
OK, it’s slightly more technical than the guides we normally write. But it’s still perfectly understandable by anyone.