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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4 August 2015
Alex Innard, Head of IT & Custard Creams

Alex Innard

Information security is a major problem for all businesses. However, unlike larger companies, small businesses often lack the resources (physical, human and financial) to manage the processes of becoming information-secure. Instead, most of small business’s attention is focused only on commercial activities such as winning new customers and growth of sales and which leads to […]

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19 June 2015
Alex Innard, Head of IT & Custard Creams

Alex Innard

As the availability of ever faster broadband continues to increase thanks to technology advancement, businesses are asking what options are available to them to upgrade their internet connections. Previously, ADSL2+ brought speeds of up to 24 Mbps, then FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) was introduced to deliver up to 40 Mbps. Trials of FTTP (fibre […]

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29 May 2015
Alex Innard, Head of IT & Custard Creams

Alex Innard

Now that Office 365 now has almost four years under its belt, it could be considered the de-facto solution for SME’s looking to replace their existing email system. Or could it? There are many important factors to consider, especially since the introduction of Exchange 2013 a couple of years ago. Here’s a summary of some […]

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