By Jamie Williams on 10/10/2019

This year's final IT Security News quarterly update on cybersecurity from our in-house security expert, Jamie Williams, explains why training your staff is essential to protect your business from cybercrime.

By Vikki Croxson on 17/09/2019

If you still have Windows 7 PCs or laptops connected to your network, you only have a few months to upgrade before your network becomes vulnerable to security risks. From January 2020 Windows 7 will reach End of Life ...

By Soundbytes Summer 2019 on 13/08/2019

Microsoft has not only saved Paint from the digital scrapheap but has actually provided it with a few new features. Though Paint has long been usurped by other, more sophisticated image editing tools, it still has an enormous fan base.

By Soundbytes Summer 2019 on 13/08/2019

Drilling down to the figures you most need can be tricky when you are working with a bulky Excel spreadsheet. But by filtering large quantities of data, you can choose to display only the rows that meet specific criteria or simply hide the rows you do not want to see.

By Soundbytes Summer 2019 on 06/08/2019

Microsoft has announced that we will all be able store our most personal information and files in a new area of OneDrive that has extra layers of security. OneDrive Personal Vault can only be accessed “with a strong authentication method..."

By Soundbytes Summer 2019 on 06/08/2019

With news that USB4 is set to “adopt the Thunderbolt 3 protocol”, it’s worth taking a quick refresher to get one step ahead of what is becoming a confusing issue. Although USB 3.2 hasn’t even been released yet, attention is turning to USB4...