Despite the fact that back in 2014 some high profile security breaches made big news, companies are still finding themselves vulnerable and unprepared to deal with cyber security threats and DDoS attacks. It’s vital to be prepared, so how can you help your clients overcome the most common cyber threats that they face?
As an IT supplier it’s critical that you implement a backup system for your clients to maximise their uptime. You need to make sure that your clients are prepared and protected from any unforeseeable circumstances that could result in downtime. Providing them with a virtual backup system allows them to operate as usual as well as gain access to any business-critical data if a disaster occurs to their hardware. Virtual backup systems are becoming more popular, but you need to be aware of the following 5 key features to fulfil your client’s needs.
On Friday 29th July we finally saw the end of Microsoft’s offer of upgrading to Windows 10 for free. All Windows 7 and 8.1 users have been offered Windows 10 over the past 12 months, but now Microsoft are planning to charge for the upgrade.
The cost of Windows 10
Over 350 million upgrades have been carried out over the past year, but as of the 29th July, the free upgrade will no longer be available. Instead, customers will now be required to pay up to £190 per computer for the upgrade to the newest software.