A few weeks ago, we wrote about a phone-based scam that had come to the fore. If we wanted, we could make every one of blog posts about one or more of
Zen Internet, the broadband provider we recommend due to the quality and reliability of their service, have announced a new Fibre Optic Broadband offering, with download speeds of ‘up to 40Mbps’ and upload speeds of ‘up to 10Mbps’.
“Hello! It’s Microsoft Tech Support here. We’re calling as our systems have detected a virus present on your PC. No… don’t worry… we can fix it remotely. All you have to do is follow
For the last two weeks we have seen limited availability of hard drives, but since Friday stocks are now looking OK at our two main distributors. The cause? Believe
Last week one of our clients’ servers suffered a major failure. We quickly ascertained that the server was well and truly dead. The company in question – just like many businesses over
The IT security of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has been called into question by an enlightening new survey. Worryingly, the survey revealed that 40% of SMEs
BT broadband customers across the country – including several Priority IT clients – were unable to get online further to a power failure at an important exchange in Birmingham last