By SoundBytes Autumn 2022 on 09/11/2022

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have been developing and implementing defence tools of their own, in a bid to keep email inboxes safe. However, these developments could cause some issues in the immediate term, as users or email providers lag behind the latest updates.

By SoundBytes Autumn 2022 on 09/11/2022

Elon Musk, the man behind Tesla motor cars and Space X, is behind a relatively new project that is being billed as “the world’s most advanced broadband internet system” and is making waves in the consumer and corporate broadband world.

By SoundBytes Autumn 2022 on 03/11/2022

Microsoft has officially confirmed that the cloud-based Office suite will soon be no more, with all its applications soon to come under the Microsoft 365 banner.

By Ben Stupples on 22/09/2022

The PSTN Switch-off is happening, and it’s happening now. You may be aware that BT plans to decommission all analogue PSTN and ISDN lines in 2025 but the process has already begun. From September 2023, businesses will no longer be able to purchase new analogue or ISDN lines including ADSL and FTTC broadband services. To help prepare your organisation we have pulled together some key information you need to know.

By SoundBytes Summer 2022 on 11/08/2022

Alphanumeric passwords have been seen as a poor security option for almost as long as they’ve been in widespread use. Now, the tech industry’s biggest players have come together to finally disrupt the market and try to kill off passwords for good.

By SoundBytes Summer 2022 on 11/08/2022

The days of websites asking you to enable cookies could be numbered, with new proposals to allow a single opt-in at browser level aiming to save time and energy of clicking ‘Allow’ or ‘Don’t Allow’ at every single website.