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Let’s start talking about AI
From Alexa to Siri, AI is already all around us, but names like ChatGPT, Dall-E and Jasper have blown up the internet. Let’s decode some of the language.
Cyber attacks are getting bigger and smarter. Are you vulnerable?
Recently, the biggest ever DDoS attack was reportedly blocked. Worse still, more businesses are being targeted with criminals demanding huge ransoms
The 3 most important areas to discuss with your technology partner (jargon-free)
IT support is a technical job, and some of the language used can be a bit, well… technical. So here’s our jargon-free look at the 3 most important areas to discuss with your technology partner.
AI is making phishing scams more dangerous
AI chatbots have taken the world by storm lately. But for all the fun they offer, criminals have been finding ways to use AI for more sinister purposes.
Learn to talk tech with our Jargon Buster
Does IT jargon feel like an alien language? We steer clear of tech talk as much as possible when we’re working with our clients. But next time you need help with an IT issue, it could save you a lot of time if you have a few words of lingo in your locker.
That’s why we’ve created our new, free IT Jargon Buster. It’s a great A-Z of just some of the terms you might hear when you’re talking with an IT expert.
Is Your Wi-Fi Network a Security Risk?
As more personal and work information passes through Wi-Fi networks, it becomes increasingly important that you follow this advice to secure your network.
FAQs about Apple’s Messages App and What Can Go Wrong When Using It
You probably use Messages every day to send texts from your iPhone, but do you know the answers to these frequently asked questions about Messages?
A Practical Guide to Identifying Phishing Emails
Follow along as we examine three real-world phishing emails and explain how you can tell that they’re fake.
Protect Your iPhone Passcode by Using Face ID or Touch ID
Prompted by a spate of attacks where an iPhone thief obtains the user’s passcode and uses it to lock the user out of their iCloud account, steal their money, and more, we suggest ways you can protect yourself.
Is your security focusing on the right things?
A new study shows that only a third of businesses place detection as their main priority, while two thirds say prevention is their primary focus.