What is ESG, and what has it got to do with Private Cloud installations? Let’s find out – and see if data centres are any good for the world.
Do ALL small businesses need Private Cloud? The honest answer is no. In fact, there aren’t that many that do. But – for some, it’s practically essential.
In our last post, we talked about how to spot phishing emails. Hopefully you’re now equipped with the knowledge you need to avoid falling foul of these malicious mails, but even the most eagle-eyed among us can sometimes be duped…
Both Cloudflare and Google offer their own publicly accessible DNS resolution service. But, which is quicker, specifically for UK users? (December 2021)
As business owners we all hope the worst won’t happen. But sometimes, inevitably, it does. And when disaster strikes and your IT systems get hit, it’s down to your trusty IT support team to get you out of trouble.
This week, it’s the turn of another big part of what we do: routine maintenance. Let’s look at the kinds of things this involves.
In our last post, we introduced you to the array of different things an IT support team does in the line of duty. Now it’s time to shine the spotlight on one particularly important area of our work: IT monitoring.
With companies big and little itching to get in on the action of the busiest shopping day of the year, it falls to trusty IT support teams like us to keep websites up and running during the traffic surges it entails.
Cyber attacks are getting ever more sophisticated, and the importance of protecting your business from the threat of them is getting correspondingly harder.
If the Facebook incident taught us anything, it’s that there’s no budget in the world big enough to keep your online services running flawlessly 100% of the time.
Our latest private cloud deployment runs from one of the UK’s most prominent data centres. Find out why we chose Volta as our newest data centre location.
At deeserve, we believe that your IT should seamlessly support your business growth, whatever that looks like for you.
If you’re looking to level up your security or guarantee constant great performance, private cloud is the way to go.
Answer: Yes, it’s possible, unless your connections are diversely routed. And if you’re not sure if they are or not….. they’re probably not.
2020: The year that Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (R2), Windows 7, and Exchange Server 2010 went End of Support
From a support point of view, there were three key pieces of software that went End of Support (EOS) in 2020 – Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (including 2008 R2), and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.
We may not have flying cars but what did past Sci-Fi get right about the future?
A loss of a laptop is always more than an inconvenience (apart from that call to your Boss) – hardware can be replaced, and, depending on your companies policies, so can your data. But it’s the data we’re focusing on here, as ultimately that is more important and more valuable than any physical asset.
Six simple things can you implement now to protect your systems, whilst at the same time giving users a usable experience?
‘Pandemic’ may be the Oxford-Webster word of the year, but IT teams will probably have several alternatives. Candidates include Microsoft Teams and Zoom, also acronyms such as VPN and WFH and phrases such as “Next Slide Please”
Can you leave the laptop behind and use a tablet device as your primary work tool?
If you are spending a significant amount of money on new devices, then what are the advantages of using an Apple iPhone?
Times are, as they say, ‘unprecedented’. Everyone is looking to reduce costs and shave off any excess to make their business more streamline and cost effective.
Updates for Microsoft products were released semi-sporadically until October 2003 when the second Tuesday of the month was nominated to be “Update Day” or as it has become known in the industry: Patch Tuesday.
When commissioning internet connections, one important aspect is calculating how many public IP addresses (IPs) are needed to fulfil all of the business IT requirements.
Apple iPhone and iPad users are having problems with their devices connecting to their office networks after the recent updates.
Social Engineering (according to Wikipedia) has been defined as “any act that influences a person to take an action that may or may not be in their best interests.”
Having speed issues with your company computer? This is where you can start to solve the problem yourself.
How we enhanced our County Cricket live streaming solution by adding audio (BBC Commentary) and other features.
How we helped Trent Bridge reach their supporters when they couldn’t make it to the ground.
What’s the best solution for your business IT support services? It’s not as simple as you might think.
Simple IT security tips that UK businesses can act on right now.
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