Android 13 is safer for your business

We all use our phones for a lot more than sending messages and making the occasional call. And that means most of your staff are probably using their personal mobile for work now and then. Everyone does it.

The downside of this is it puts your business data at risk.

Your USB cable is about to get a speed boost

We’re all familiar with USB. After all we’ve been using it with our computers since 1996, and now with mobile devices too. Yes… it’s really been that long. Without USB it would be harder to connect different types of devices, charge them, and transfer data.

What does the global chip shortage mean for your business?

For the past couple of years, the tech world has been struggling with a huge shortage of chips. But it’s not just tech businesses that are feeling the impact.

So many of the things we use every day contain a chip. Laptops and desktops of course. But also, household appliances, even our cars.

3 easy upgrades to improve your video call setup

Early on in the first lockdowns in 2020, did you ever sit at your computer and think “I really like working from home”?  Or were you the opposite; desperate to get back into a building and meet with other people like in the old days?

Whichever was the case – and whether you feel the same now – we’ve ended up with a mix of the two: Hybrid working.

Weekly Tech Tip: Managing Passwords in Chrome

How to turn off the built-in password manager in Chrome
We always recommend you use an external password manager. And if you do, disable the built-in one offered within Chrome. Here’s why – and how to do it.

For more info on the tools that can help you stay effective and efficient, reach out to us today.

Weekly Tech Tip: Spoofed WiFi

Have you heard of spoofed Wi-Fi? If you ever connect to public Wi-Fi in a coffee shop or restaurant, you should be scared of it.  Our new video tells you what you need to know.

For more info on the tools that can help you stay effective and efficient, reach out to us today.

Educational Guide: Proactive STAR Power

When considering an IT support partner, of course you want to know they’ll react quickly when something goes wrong. The faster a problem is fixed, the less downtime you have, and the less expensive it is.

But what if you knew many of the problems you’ve suffered could have been avoided?
How proactive a stance does your IT support company take on technology planning for your business?

Read this month's Educational Guide on Proactive STAR Power to see how your technology partner might stack up.

Cybercrime Against Seniors: Online Shopping

Ever see a "storefront" that pops up on Facebook with something cute or cool that you just can't pass up?  We all have, and it can be a roll of the dice that you may win or may lose.  Sadly, on a few occasions, some of us discovered that when we finally receive the product, it arrives smelling like it traveled at the bottom of a container on a slow boat from China, which it may have, even if you didn't think you were ordering from China.