After January 14th, 2020, Microsoft will no longer offer support for Windows 7. If you’re part of one of the 43% of organisations that still uses Windows 7, you need to understand what this news means for your business so you can make the right choice for what to do prior to January 2020.
If you are responsible for information technology in a small to medium-sized business with between ten and 150 employees, read on to discover why your company might want to consider changing its IT support arrangements. We also offer some advice about the points to check before making a decision, as well as useful tips to Discover more
Almost invariably, the standard of small business IT support received from helpdesks tends to leave a lasting impression on customers. At contract renewal time, exceptionally good or bad service affects repeat business and referrals, too. If your organisation provides IT support services to small and medium-sized enterprises, you will probably be well aware that quality Discover more
If you own a small or medium sized business, typically with between 10 and 150 employees, you may have wondered how to get the best from information technology. If so, read on for some essential tips on how your company can get the most from its investment in computers, given proper IT support. We also Discover more
Backup and disaster recovery planning is, unfortunately, one of those things that too many companies pay lip service to. It is time-consuming, it needs to be regularly reviewed and updated, it should be tested periodically and it doesn’t appear to add anything to the profitability of the business. This is all true until something goes Discover more