You may have noticed over the weekend on the news that there is a huge cyber-attack currently happening across the world. This has affected the NHS systems as well as Fedex and many other businesses, both large and small.
There is a new type of cyber scam out on the market at the moment and it could cost you your job as well as your employer’s money so be careful.
It was announced at the beginning of April that a vulnerability in Microsoft Word, which had previously been undetected, has been targeted by scammers.
It’s a scheme that provides accessible business support across the South East area. Their focus is to help businesses optimise their use of resources and adopt eco-innovative and low carbon solutions in ways that improve business performance.
If you have already received a replacement battery, you are not affected by this.
If you have an HP laptop it is essential to recheck your battery, even if you did so previously and were informed that it was not affected.
OK, so you may have questions or concerns following the recent Watchdog programme on BBC1.
Whilst Watchdog put out a very informative and on the whole thought provoking and interesting article, we did notice a couple of inaccuracies in the report and we are hoping to clarify and correct these in this article.
Popular cloud storage firm Dropbox has been hacked, with over 68m users’ email addresses and passwords leaking on to the internet.
If you’re one of the lucky ones yet to come across this new form of cyber-attack, Ransomware, or even if you’ve been hit before, it’s worth reading the following and making yourself aware of the different threats out there.
Technology in this day and age affects everyone and every company big and small. Here at b1Services we endeavour to keep you abreast of all the changes and developments that effect your business and enable you to stay one step ahead.
If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 and just haven’t got round to doing it yet. Then you better put some time in your diary toot sweet, you’ve only got until the 29th July to take advantage of the free upgrade.
There has been some important shifts in the IT world recently. We have given our thoughts on the industry’s most important changes . . .
With an estimated 110 million PCs (including 12million business PCs) updated, Windows 10 has seen a huge uptake. Not least because it’s free, it’s also been a heralded by techie geeks the world over as huge success.
The NHS has teamed up with the McLaren racing team to trial new technology which continuously monitors patients.
Sometime soon, Microsoft will release the Windows 10 Fall Update, incrementing the OS to version 1511 and providing users with a number of new and improved features. Here’s what you can expect from this release.