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Which Anti Virus Solution is right for you?

Sep 19, 2017

Which net catches the biggest volume, the most deadly, the latest attack and is strong enough without having to buy a whole fishing vessel?   AV, Anti-Virus, Internet Security, Endpoint protection…. AVG, Sophos, Avast, Eset, Norton, McAfee, Symantec, Kaspersky, Webroot,...

Do you have Fibre Broadband?

Sep 4, 2017

Do you have Fibre Broadband? Is it “Full Fibre”? -probably not! But it may be on its way as the Government announce trial areas for Fibre straight to your front door! But I already have it you say!!…..   What...

Top 5 Outlook Add-Ins for Office 365 Users

Jul 25, 2017

Top 5 Outlook Add-Ins we recommend you check out!     They are easy to add and try and if you don’t like them easy to remove      as well.      How to access and see what’s available:...

Cyber Attack on Parliament ! Are any of us safe?

Jun 28, 2017

Parliament’ s IT system was hacked last Friday, compromising the email accounts of almost 1% of the 9,000 users of the system according to the latest reports. Remote Access Disabled After the sustained cyber attack, which some media commentators have...

Outlook Customer Manager for Office 365

Jun 23, 2017

Introducing Outlook Customer Manager—relationships made easy for small businesses. As a business owner, you know that getting repeat business starts with knowing your customers well, remembering the conversations you’ve had, and following through on their requests. That can be a...

Should you pay Ransomware fees - Yes or No

May 19, 2017

Ransomware such as WannaCry is used to extort money from people and organisations who are told that their important data is locked away until they pay a ransom. If you become a victim of WannaCry ransomware, should you pay? Even...

WannaCry - The hunt for the attackers!

May 18, 2017

As organisations around the world recover and begin to count the cost of the biggest ransomware attack in history, cyber security and law enforcement agencies around the world have turned their attention to tracking down the perpetrators. Cruel Irony The...

Broadband Speeds to be reviewed

May 12, 2017

A 10-week public consultation is to be held by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the Committees of Advertising Practice (CAP) about the advertised speeds of  competing  broadband services and whether they differ from real user experiences. Why? It has...

Driverless Cars Being Tested On UK Roads

Apr 27, 2017

The ‘Driven’ consortium will begin an information-gathering trial of autonomous vehicles from next week, which will see manned but autonomous vehicles being tested on roads and motorways between London and Oxford. Driven The 10-member ‘Driven’ consortium of technology firms (which...

Virgin Using Your Hubs for WIFI Hotspots

Apr 24, 2017

Virgin using Customer Hubs for ‘Wi-Fi Hotspots’ After a successful trial last year (and following BT’s lead) Virgin Media is boosting its public Wi-Fi network by making customers’ SuperHub routers double as public Wi-Fi hotspots. What Is A Wi-Fi Hotspot?...

Top Tips For Password Security

Jan 5, 2017

Cyber crime is on the increase and we wanted to highlight some key  areas about how you can protect yourself and your business when creating log in passwords. Below are a few simple steps to follow, reasons to change and...

So excited to Shout and Share about

Jul 5, 2016

Welcome to our “Shout & Share” section.   We believe when we meet individuals who have the same passion and can bring great value to businesses we want to shout about them.   We recently met Steph Henwood who is...

The Anonymous Internet

Apr 14, 2016

The first in a two part series aimed at giving you absolute freedom over the internet. As the Internet evolved and propagated throughout the world, we were connected to a world of content, unrestricted by time and location. We became...

Your Office Hero

Apr 4, 2013

Technology; for some of us just the mention of the word materializes a mental roadblock. You seem to have come to the conclusion that some kind of ethereal force sends whatever device you work on into a Fukushima level meltdown....

Using your iPad to drive your kids to school?

Feb 19, 2013

In recent years innovation in the car industry has not had such a noticeable phase of innovation as the one that we are on the verge of. Hints of this new phase are starting to emerge, with car firm Tesla...

The best and cheapest way to upgrade your PC

Jan 24, 2013

Your computer is starting to feel sluggish, your hard drive is bloated and programs are taking an age to open. You could have sent at least three of those emails in the time it took for your browser to open....

The return of Google Maps to iPhone

Dec 13, 2012

After the travesty of Apple’s own map and navigation service, many Apple users were left crying out for a maps service that worked and Scott Forstall, Apple Maps’ project leader, looking for a new job. The service replaced Google’s own...

Apple Event, iPad Mini Review

Oct 24, 2012

As the curtain falls on Apple's Keynote event a slight miasma seems to be hovering around their tablets. Their unwavering dominance in the market, single-handedly holding back wave after wave of Androids like some kind of giant levee, appears to...

Is the arrival of Windows 8 a welcome one?

Oct 16, 2012

The new Windows operating system is just around the corner. This arrival may be a welcome one to some, but may be met with groans by others. So what will the new operating system present us with come the 26th...

The iPhone 5 and managing expectations

Oct 11, 2012

With the announcement of the iPhone 5 and other 'magical' devices - iPad mini? - just around the corner. Apple, the genius marketers that they are, have always managed to build a media frenzy before every Keynote Event. Before Apple...

Tablet Features for Business

Sep 12, 2012

Purchasing the right tablet can be a daunting prospect, there are hundreds of options to take into consideration, operating systems, size, resolution, storage, connectivity etc. Before we get into the hardware specifications though, we need to think more about the...

Red Fusion Ignite

Sep 12, 2012

It has been an interesting few days here at Red Fusion, with our website going live, a week full of anticipation and suspense, the culmination of hard work and dedication. There's a universal feeling of satisfaction over a job well...

Back to School Tablets

Sep 5, 2012

Today is a day of conflicting emotions, conversations with friends and family filled with contradictory expressions of joy and sadness. Today is the day our kids go back to school. Hopefully we have spent the last few days preparing them...

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