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A guide to ethical hacking

July 13, 2020

The term ‘hacking’ is often associated with cybercriminals and those who will take advantage of your every click. However, there is a type of hacker that can be your friend and will help protect you and your business. This practice is called ethical hacking. Big brands, including

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Remote working email signs offs you need to try during quarantine

April 19, 2020

With a large portion of businesses now operating with remote working models, we’ve seen a rise in new ways of working. The last few weeks have also witnessed the rise of remote working email sign offs. Where once ’yours sincerely’ and ‘kind regards’ were the most common

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Why not try these witty out of office messages?

August 30, 2019

Why not try these witty Autoresponder emails? We can all agree, the most exciting part of leaving the office before jetting off on our summer holiday is the prospect of switching on our autoresponder email and hitting shut down. Here is a round-up of some of the

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Unified Communications – how you can communicate wherever and whenever you want

July 10, 2019

It’s fair to say, digital communication and unified communication has come a long way in the past decade. Virtually all our daily tasks can be done at our fingertips. In late 2015, mobile web traffic skyrocketed and surpassed desktop for the very first time. Since then, mobile

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  • Spooky Stories: Horror Stories from the World of IT
    It’s almost that time of year, pumpkins are being carved, costumes are being bought for (virtual) parties, and we’re stocking up on sweet treats. But be wary, you never know what horrors are lurking around the corner, or in your computer! We’ve rounded up some spooky stories from the world of IT.

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