With so many ransomware and other cyber attacks in the news at present, here is a timely reminder from the National Cyber Security Centre on how to deal with suspicious emails, phone calls and text messages. We recommend sharing it with all your staff, volunteers and Board.
As the Register reports another major charity ransomware attack, and as another is still not back to normal 6 months on, is it time for you to ask how your organisation would cope? The risks can include reputational damage, the release of personal data, disruption to normal working and maybe even the inability to generate […]
If you haven’t heard of Google’s Core Web Vitals, then this could be very important and could affect how well people can find your website. Core Web Vitals (“CWV”) is a collective name for a series of test that Google makes, of the load speed and usability of your website on mobile devices. And this […]
Microsoft has announced Windows 365, a subscription service where users can stream a Windows PC from any device. Launching with Windows 10, and shortly available for Windows 11, this will enable you to run Windows applications on any device including a phone (including Android or iPhone), Mac, or smart TV. The PC itself is hosted […]
Zoom is such a staple of our normal working lives (and of course Teams is popular too) that it’s noteworthy when a software update has something really useful in it. The latest Zoom update, available to free and paid for accounts, includes the ability for the host to share their screen whilst people are in […]