20 July 2018
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

For users of SAGE online accounting software, SAGE ONE, and your SAGE ONE invoices are going into the junk folder, it is vital that when you send out your invoices they are actually received by your customer into their normal inbox and not their junk folder. This is for obvious reasons. Sending invoices & statements […]

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5 July 2018
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

The grail to writing effective SEO based website copy. If you follow these guidelines, you will remain consistent with your efforts in achieving the desired results online. A guide for writing good SEO based copy for humans that search engines can also enjoy The trick behind creating good website copy is to find a natural […]

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25 May 2018
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

We have recently updated our Privacy Policy to be inline with the new GDPR, which if you still haven’t heard, is the General Data Protection Regulation. The details of which can be found here, but in summary, our do’s and don’t’s are explained below: Before we get started, the definitions are ‘you’ the customer, and […]

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11 August 2017
Callum Renwick, Intern

Callum Renwick

Last year, around half of all UK businesses were hit by cyber crime. The threat of cyber-attacks is now very real for all businesses, whatever their size. The problem is that small businesses and organisations tend not to consider themselves likely targets for cyber crime because they are small and therefore will not yield a […]

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10 July 2017
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

Cybercrime cost UK businesses £29 billion in 2016 In recent months, there has been two highly sophisticated global ransomware attacks on computer systems which have infiltrated some of the most sophisticated IT networks belonging to some of the most prestigious organisations – proving that no one is immune. Some examples include the NHS, Telefonica, Renault, […]

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23 May 2017
Alex Innard, Head of IT & Custard Creams

Alex Innard

The term “malware” refers to “malicious software,” which encompasses viruses, trojans, spyware, adware and ransomware for example. Computer malware isn’t new. In fact, we’ve been fighting it and the damage it causes for as long as I have been on this planet, and then some. To clear matters up, that’s at least thirty-three years. Traditional […]

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21 July 2016
Alex Innard, Head of IT & Custard Creams

Alex Innard

Office 365 is the brand name Microsoft use for its software-as-a-service “SaaS” Office product. The product set encompasses the familiar installable Office applications such as; Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote and Access. It also bundles in cloud based features such as Exchange Online, Skype for Business, SharePoint and OneDrive. The full product set is wholly […]

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21 July 2016
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

Charities need a good antivirus solution every bit as much as any other business. Sadly, due to strict budget controls and limited funds to invest in office infrastructure, charities often overlook or neglect their IT, the security element being one. Trustees are often not aware the head office IT systems are unprotected. Most people assume […]

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20 July 2016
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

Larger and older houses were built with much heavier materials than today. As a result, Wi-Fi devices can struggle to communicate where there are thick walls to penetrate. The problem increases further if the property has had extensive renovation as usually the walls are lined with insulated foam-backed plasterboard, and often this plasterboard has a […]

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21 June 2016
Adrian Fowler, Webmaster

Adrian Fowler

As of June 2016, Bitdefender comes out on top for the best overall protection, best overall performance and the best overall usability. Bitdefender is recognised as the best antivirus solution for 2016 When it comes to protecting your data from the increasing risks of hackers, malware, virus’s and so on, this has to be one […]

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