Knowledge Centre Guides

Monthly guides to help you navigate your IT systems better.

It’s time to say goodbye to Windows 10

Next year we’ll say a final farewell to Windows 10 as it reaches end of life. Microsoft is stopping support. This means no new tools or features, and no more security updates. If you’re still using Windows 10 in your business, now’s the time to act so you avoid any last-minute panic… or putting your data at unnecessary risk. In our latest guide we explain the options your business has, as well as what you need to consider for each one.

Read this before it’s too late

The worst time to decide how to deal with a cyber attack is when you’re right in the middle of one. Unfortunately, it’s something you’ll probably need to deal with eventually – small and medium sized businesses are a prime target for cyber criminals. It’s a good idea to make a plan now, so that if the worst happens, you and your team are prepared to minimise the damage caused, the money spent, and the downtime suffered. Our latest guide highlights 5 steps to stop a cyber attack causing the downfall of your business.

All it takes is one email

Did you know it can just take one email to bring your entire business to its knees? Why? Because a surprising 90% of cyber attacks begin with an email. And if you and your whole team are reliant on email every day, your chances of falling for a scam increase. Fortunately, there are lots of smart things you can do to reinforce your email security and keep your business and its data safe. In our latest guide we tell you what these things are and how you can implement them to stay safe.

Why you’re better in a contract with your IT company

What happens when your business suffers an IT issue? Whether it’s suspected malware, a data breach, or a computer that refuses to connect to anything, chances are it’s going to cause you and your team downtime. And if you only have a break/fix relationship with your provider (that’s where you only call them when there’s a problem), it’s going to mean unexpected costs, lots of waiting, and stress. Plenty of stress. But if you have a contract with your IT support partner, your business will take priority, the issue becomes easier to fix (because your partner knows everything about your business), and there will be no additional costs. In fact, you may not even know there’s been a problem… thanks to proactive monitoring, the issue may have been spotted and fixed before it affected anyone. In our latest guide we talk about break/fix vs contracted IT support, and the benefits for your business.

Secure your data under lock and key

The data in your business is invaluable. Without it you wouldn’t have much of a business left, would you? So that data must be kept safe… and one of the best ways to do that is to encrypt it. That way, even if a cyber criminal gets their hands on it, your data is worthless to them. Our latest guide explains everything you need to know about encryption, and why it’s something you should implement straight away.

How proactive monitoring will help your business weather any storm

You’re the captain of your own ship. You have an excellent crew behind you. You’re prepared for anything! Or so you thought. Then one day, out of the blue, a massive digital kraken tentacled its way into your ship's systems, causing havoc. Your lookout was using the crow’s nest as a cosy place to nap. What you really needed was a vigilant lookout, alert for any small sign of danger. This is the difference between being proactive about monitoring your business’s systems, or reactive. And we all know that prevention is better than cure, right? Our latest guide explains everything you need to know about proactive monitoring for your business.

Why outsourced IT always beats DIY

Did we ever tell you about our friend Dave? Dave’s a business owner, just like you. And, maybe just like you, Dave struggled to let go of some of the things he did in his business. Whether it’s because you’re trying to save money, you don’t trust anyone to do things as well as you do, or maybe there’s another reason, one thing’s for sure: when you try to do everything yourself, you hold your business back. And that includes DIY’ing your IT. Our brand new guide tells you exactly what happened to Dave, and what he should have done way, way sooner. If you want to grow your business, you should do the same thing.

On the battle front: Protect your business from these cyber security threats in 2024

We’re weeks away from the new year. And this is a great time to start thinking about what needs to get better in 2024. We believe you should allocate a little more of your business’s precious resources on cyber security. Because as technology develops, so do the techniques used by cyber criminals to trick you and your team out of your precious data… and ultimately, your business’s money. Our latest guide explains what the risks are in 2024 and beyond, and the security measures to stay protected.

Don’t forget home office security: A guide to keeping remote workers safe and secure

Are you forgetting something when it comes to your business’s security strategy? It’s likely you are, and cyber criminals are already taking advantage. More people than ever are working remotely. That means they’re using home networks and maybe even personal devices… and if you’re not taking the right steps to keeping everything secure, your entire business could be at risk. Our latest guide explains all the security measures you need to consider, from the basics to more advanced protections that will keep your team’s home set-ups as secure as your office.

Could AI be key to growing your business?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) may feel futuristic and intimidating to some, but the truth is it’s neither. And it’s time for businesses to start embracing it… not just for customer support or writing emails, but to stay ahead of the competition and achieve real business growth. But where do you start with something that feels so… big? Our latest guide explains the various ways you can start to use AI right now to revolutionise your business.

10 productivity apps in 365 you’re already paying for (but might not be benefitting from)

Microsoft 365 is essential software for millions of businesses. But it’s easy to forget that it’s so much more than Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. It’s a comprehensive platform designed to enhance collaboration, streamline workflows, and ultimately, boost your business’s productivity. And if you haven’t taken the time to properly explore it, you could be missing out on some business-changing applications. Our latest guide talks about 10 of the best productivity apps you may want to consider using.

The Metaverse explained: How it could affect your business

The Metaverse is a term that's been buzzing around the tech world for some time now, and it could revolutionise the way we live, work, and play. As a business owner, it's important that you know what the Metaverse is so that you don’t fall behind your competition. Our latest free guide explains: • What the Metaverse is • How it works • How it could impact your business operations • And how it could totally change the way you look after your customers

Human error: your biggest cyber security risk

Small and medium-sized businesses are the most likely targets for all kinds of cyber attack. And the weakest link in your chain is your people. Good cyber security awareness training is critical – for everyone in your business. But first, you need a strategy. • What’s your baseline level of security knowledge? • What are the biggest risks to your business? • How do you create a training plan? • How do you know if it’s worked? Our latest free guide has everything you need.

Back up your data. One day it could save your business

Backing up your data is one of the strongest precautions you can take. Set it up properly and make it part of your routine to check that it’s working. Because one day your backup could save your business. • What should you back up? • How often should you do it? • How do you choose a solution? • What tech should you choose? Our new free guide tells you all you need to know.

“Wouldn’t it be great if…” How to start planning a big IT project

A major change to your IT infrastructure isn’t something to be planned in a hurry. So if you’re starting to think about ending it with your current systems and bringing your business into the 2020s, there’s plenty to think about before you commit to another long-term relationship. How do you determine your needs? Who should you involve? What haven’t you thought of? Where do you even start? Our new free guide tells you all you need to know.

All businesses should adopt MFA. Now

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) means you need at least two pieces of information to log in to a device or an app. Perhaps a password plus a fingerprint, and possibly an extra, single-use code sent to your phone. Cyber criminals use increasingly sophisticated techniques to bypass security. So the more barriers you put in their way, the harder you make it for them to break into your systems. All businesses should be using MFA as it provides great protection against cyber attacks and other security threats. Our new free guide tells you all you need to know.

Learn to talk tech with our IT 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.

Getting to Grips with Email Security

Owners of small and medium-sized businesses often make the mistake of thinking that they aren’t on the criminals’ radar. But more than 40% of cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses – and email is usually the criminals’ way in. Our new guide, ‘Getting to Grips with Email Security’, reveals why you might be vulnerable, what you need to look out for and what you can do to protect yourself.

Your need-to-know guide to cloud security

The growth of cloud computing has completely changed how we work. But security in a cloud environment can create a long list of its own challenges. In our new guide, we cut through the jargon to give you all you need to know to protect your business. You’ll discover what you can do for yourself to stay safe in the cloud, and where some professional help will make a big difference.

8 tech trends that you need to be ready for

December is a month when many of us take time to plan for the year ahead. But instead of looking at your forecasts for the next 12 months, we’d like you to think about what’s coming up over the next decade. Will you keep up? Will you choose the right tech? Here’s our guide to the 8 tech trends that your business needs to be ready for.

How to get faster Wi-Fi in your office and for remote workers

The quickest way to upset your staff is by giving them slow access to the internet. Bad Wi-Fi quickly creates tension in the team and is a real productivity killer. You don’t have to suffer slow Wi-Fi. Here’s our guide to making Wi-Fi faster whether you’re working in the office or from home.

Everything you need to know about password managers for your business

If you’re confused about password managers, you’re not alone. A password manager is software that generates safe passwords, remembers them, and autofills logins for you. That saves time. But means your business can quickly lock out staff when they leave. Some people say they’re the best thing ever. Others are more negative. We believe they’re a very useful business tool if you pick the right one. So we’ve created this new guide with the full lowdown on password managers for business.

The business owner’s complete guide to phishing. Everything you need to know to keep your team and data safe

Chances are you know about phishing. It’s where someone sends you a fake email pretending to be someone else. They’re hoping you’ll click a bad link or download a dangerous attachment. It’s one of the biggest kinds of cybercrime. But do you know what the red flags are? Here’s our top advice on how to stay a step ahead of cyber criminals.

How to get the perfect video call setup, whatever your budget

Ever been on a video call, and the other person looks and sounds awful? Perhaps they’re staring down at a laptop webcam (never a great angle). And they’re badly lit. And have a cheap microphone which makes them sound like they’re on a bad phone call? Video calls are here to stay. If there’s any risk your team are video calling like this, it’s time to give them an upgrade. We have advice on improving video calls for all budgets in our new guide.

The business owner’s briefing: Reduce the burden on your brain

When you own or manage a business, your cognitive load can be overwhelming. Not only do you have your own work to think about, but your focus often has to be split between that and what your people need from you. That can mean interruption after interruption; a mounting to-do list; and never quite achieving that work/life balance. Which was probably one of your main goals when you started your business. Not good. Fortunately, there are loads of tools available to you right now that can help free up your time, reduce interruptions and give you better focus. And many of them are already included with your Microsoft 365 subscription. We’ve written a business owner’s briefing to help you decide which ones could work for you.

What could digital IT transformation do for your business?

We have all seen a LOT of change over the past couple of years. We’ve changed the way we work. The way we shop. And the way we interact with others. How has your business changed? What change do you need to make in the years ahead? And how does your technology help to power that? We’ve written a new guide about something called digital IT transformation. It’s how you use modern technology to bring on a revolution. It’s what Netflix and Lego did… and Kodak famously didn’t. Read case studies about this, and how digital IT transformation affects businesses of every size, in our new guide.

Your essential cloud migration strategy checklist

If you’ve ever considered moving your business’s data and applications over to a cloud-based solution, you’d be forgiven for breaking out in a cold sweat and forgetting about the entire thing. It’s complex. And there’s a lot that can go wrong, from increased downtime, to data loss or things not working as they should. But when you get it right, the benefits are countless. They can include big cost savings, increased security, and better scalability. Not to mention access to extra features that may be available. Download our brand new guide to see how your business would benefit. It includes an essential cloud migration checklist.

The 7 KPIs for ROI from IT

How to ensure your business’s spend on IT is an investment, and never an expense. No matter what kind of business you run, technology sits at the heart of it today. And it’s going to become more and more important in the future. Big business thinkers see IT as a long-term investment. They understand the correlation between the short-term impact to cash flow, and the enormous long-term benefits of business growth, increased productivity and highly satisfied staff and customers. To get your Return on Investment (ROI) there are several Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to track. Our new guide tells you what they are.

The security problem of John’s “other” laptop

How to keep your business’s data ultra-safe during the Work From Home revolution Working From Home and hybrid working are here to stay. And that means as businesses, we need to get a grip on security in our staff’s homes as much as we do in the office. We’ve written a new guide to look at all the issues.

The IT Services Buyer's Guide 2022

I’ve written this guide to help you understand how a trusted IT support partner behaves, and what great IT support looks like. I’ll explain why we genuinely partner with our clients and refuse to become just another supplier. I’ll also explain why it’s critical that you put your IT strategy and data security at the very core of your long-term business planning.

Defend and Invest - Your technology strategy for 2022

Did you get a short break at Christmas? Even if it was just a few days, that break can give you huge clarity of thinking about where to take your business this year. We call this the January Refresh & Refocus. Let us tell you the two technology areas that will be the most important in 2022. They are Defend and Invest. Defend is about protecting your business from cyber criminals. We believe cyber-crime is going to rise again this year, to levels never seen before. Invest is about making sure technology is powering your business forward, not holding it back. Our new guide looks at both these areas in detail.

Here’s a crazy question: Are you paying your IT support partner enough?

I bet that’s a question you’ve never asked yourself before… But it’s important you do. Because in the world of technology, there’s a definite link between what you pay, and the quality of the service you receive. Picking an IT provider on price alone is a false economy. If you’re paying too little, you’re running one of four big risks. Find out what they are in our brand new guide.

Windows 11: The wait is over

All the benefits of using the very latest version of Windows in your business. After a four month wait, a brand new version of Windows is finally here. It’s a lot more secure, has better functionality and greater possibilities. And it looks beautiful. New PCs are now on sale with Windows 11, and the upgrade will be available for existing computers early next year. Not all machines will be able to upgrade. There are strict hardware requirements. We’ve listed them, plus the best benefits of the new Windows, in a brand new guide. It’s written so anyone can understand it.

Be prepared: Sooner or later your business WILL be attacked

5 steps to improve your ransomware resilience: Ransomware is the most terrifying data security threat your business has ever faced. Imagine all your staff trying to login one morning. But all of them get a bright red screen saying your data has been locked away, and you must pay a huge ransom in Bitcoin to get it back. Terrifying. Read our new guide now. We’ll answer all your questions about ransomware. Plus you’ll discover five steps to improve your business’s ransomware resilience.

If your IT support company is ALWAYS fixing your technology… it’s time to switch

Just fixing technology when it breaks is so 2010. These days most businesses prefer an IT partner who proactively prevents problems from happening. If you don’t have this, you really need to read our brand new guide. You’ll see the countless benefits for your business of a more proactive approach to your IT.

10 apps you didn’t know you had in Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is like a treasure chest, full of delights waiting to be discovered. Most businesses get it just to access Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. And then they discover there are so many other apps included. Wouldn’t it be great if someone wrote a guide to the best hidden apps in 365? Boom. That’s what we’ve done. Here are the 10 Microsoft 365 apps we think every business should look closely at.

The biggest security threat to your business is on your payroll

The chance of your business’s data being breached by an inside attack is high. Most inside attacks are accidental. A well-meaning employee clicks on a bad link by mistake. But there are some attacks caused by malicious attackers, deliberately looking to do damage, or make money. Both of these kinds of attacks can be prevented and minimised by focusing on five key areas in your IT strategy. Read our new guide now to assess how prepared your business is.

These are the threats to worry about

An easy to read guide of the 9 most terrifying types of malware. All businesses are being targeted by malware, all the time. And it’s estimated there are now one billion pieces of it out there. What is malware? It’s malicious software that’s been designed to do damage to your IT systems, or steal your data. Malware terrifies most IT professionals. And it should terrify you too. We’ve written a brand new guide to tell you about the nine most common types of malware. It’s been written so anyone can understand it.

The IT Services Buyer's Guide 2021

I’ve written this guide to help you understand how a trusted IT support partner behaves, and what great IT support looks like.
I’ll explain why we genuinely partner with our clients and refuse to become just another supplier. I’ll also explain why it’s critical that you put your IT strategy and data security at the very core of your long-term business planning.

Crisis: Your office is on fire

This is something none of us wants to experience. But it does happen There’s a small fire in your office. No-one is hurt and everyone is safe. But the damage to your workplace is unbelievable. The flames. The heat. The smoke. And of course, the huge amounts of water used to put out the fire.

Here’s a good question – if there had been a fire in your office last night, what would you wish you’d got round to doing yesterday?

Think about all your computers and specifically the data on them. Is your data as protected and backed up as it could be? Are you triple sure of that?

Read our brand new guide now. It’ll show you the things you need to make a priority to keep you protected from any disaster.

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Cyber-crime: Your business’s 5 step plan to prepare and protect

Two years ago, two thirds of all organisations reported some type of incident relating to cyber-crime.

That’s bound to be higher now because of the fraud opportunities created by the rush to Work From Home.

In fact, overall the world economy loses more than $1 trillion to cyber-crime every year.

It’s a figure that’s increased by more than 50% since 2018.

Fact: Your business needs to be as prepared as it can be against the threat of cyber-crime.

Read our brand new guide now. And you’ll see our recommended 5 step plan to prepare for an attack, and protect your business.

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Repair or replace? 7 signs that you need a new computer

It’s always tempting to hold back on purchasing new IT equipment. Yet it can sometimes cost you more if you hang onto equipment for too long. Did you know that if a device is more than 3 years old it’s actually cheaper to buy a new one?
It’s all about getting the balance right. Between equipment that can be repaired and will happily last another couple of years – versus slow, unproductive equipment that really needs to be replaced. Read our brand new guide now. And you’ll learn 7 signs that will tell you whether or not you need new computers.
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The top 5 questions you could ask us, that we’d love to say ‘YES’ to

The pandemic made hundreds of businesses round here question the quality of the IT support they were receiving.

We’ve been very busy recently talking to businesses, and onboarding new clients as their IT partner. There are five questions in particular that you could ask us, and we’d be delighted to answer with a very positive YES! So we’ve put them into this brand new guide:
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Your 2021 productivity super guide

Ready to make this a wildly successful year for your business?

To shake off the memories of 2020, and focus on increasing sales and profitability? Excellent. A great place to start is helping you and your team to get more done in less time.

We’ve pulled together a productivity super guide, looking at setting goals, collaboration, and communication. And of course it lists our most highly recommended productivity tools.
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5 key IT areas you must address in your business’s 2021 growth strategy

All business owners and managers hate it when their staff’s productivity goes down.

Bad IT is often used as an excuse to start talking and stop working! So now’s the time to make sure it can’t have a negative effect in 2021.

(it’s going to be a challenging enough year as it is)

You and your team could be more productive, more motivated – and ultimately make more money – with some changes to your technology strategy.

We’ve created a new, free guide to show you the 5 key things you must include in your IT strategy (number 3’s the one your staff will be delighted to help with).
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4 signs you’re under attack from ransomware

A ransomware attack is one of the most terrifying things that can happen to your business.

This is the computer attack where a hacker locks you out of your systems and data. And you must pay a ransom, typically in Bitcoin, to get access again.

What most people don’t realise is that hackers access your system weeks before they launch the attack. It takes time for them to set it up, and prevent IT security experts from helping.

So there are signs to look out for – ways to spot if your system has already been breached, and an attack is imminent.

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This is the ultimate secret to keeping your business data safe

Hackers are targeting all businesses, all the time. Using clever automated tools, and by sending out billions of emails every day.

It only takes one person to click on one bad link… and hackers can get into your system. That’s why we’ve written a brand new guide. To tell you about the ultimate secret to keeping your business data safe.

You won’t believe how simple it is. Download your copy now:
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Are you set up for working anywhere, on any device, at any time?

Didn’t 2020 just throw a massive curveball at us.

After the urgent rush to work from home in March, many businesses now have some staff still at home, with others in the office.

And it’s looking like (cliché alert) this will be the “new normal”.

Seeing as we don’t know what the next few years have in store us, this is a great time to make sure that all of your team can work from anywhere, on any device, any time.

That gives you maximum flexibility and minimum future disruption.

We’ve put together a brand new guide to show you the most important things to consider with a permanent flexible working arrangement for your people.
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It’s the fastest growing crime on the planet… but what does ransomware mean to you?

Ransomware is terrifying. Just terrifying.

Imagine switching on your work computer one morning. And instead of the screen you normally see, the screen has gone totally red.

There’s a message telling you your business’s data has been locked. And the only way to get it back is to pay thousands in Bitcoin.

This is not a rare event. It happens to businesses round here every day. Every business is at risk. And it’s one of the hardest things for us as your IT support company to fix.

We’ve written a brand new guide. It tells you how to protect your business, and dramatically reduce your chances of being attacked.
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Make Working From Home (and the office) easier with Microsoft Teams

After the drama of lockdown subsided, we’ve shifted into a new way of working. A hybrid way.

Some people work from home. Some are in the office. Anyone needs to be able to work from anywhere at any time.

And that can play havoc with getting things done. Communication becomes a chore and interferes with projects.

But not if you use Microsoft Teams. It’s the perfect tool for the way we need to work right now.

And we’ve just put together this step by step guide to help you get the most out of it:
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5 difficult questions to ask your IT support company

Sometimes in life we have to ask awkward questions. How much did that cost? Do you really need a second piece of cake? What’s that smell?

But you don’t usually expect to feel awkward asking questions of an IT support company. Well, you should.

A few tricky questions could help you to decide if they’re really the people you want to protect your business and its data.

Make the wrong decision on which IT support company to work with, and you’ll lose time, money... and a lot of productivity too.

Worse still, if they’re not what they claim to be, you could also put your customers’ information at risk.

And at the moment, you really need to check their safety measures to protect your people.

We’ve written a new free guide, listing the 5 most important questions you should ask your IT support company. And not one of those questions is to do with how much they’ll cost you.
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The more you prepare now for the end of lockdown, the easier it will be

So lockdown is still in force right now. But have you started planning yet, for when your staff can return to the workplace?

It's going to happen at some point. And the more you plan and act now, the easier it will be.

There are three areas to consider:

1. Your people, especially if you end up with a mix of some at the workplace, and others still working from home 2. The equipment they use. Laptops are still difficult to buy with limited supplies. But there are ways around this

3. Your data. It's a good time to check your data security has not been compromised by all the changes made over the last few weeks.

We're S2 Computers, and people in Norwich trust us to keep them working properly every day (during lockdown and normal times).

And we've just written a brand new guide to help you prepare now for the end of lockdown.
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How to keep your business’s data safe while your team are using their own devices.

With the current situation, it’s critical right now that your staff use their own devices for work.

This has a name – BYOD – meaning Bring Your Own Device.

But there are LOTS of things to consider, to keep your company data safe on their devices. So we’ve written a brand new guide about it

It’s been written for humans not geeks. And it’s an essential read while your team are working from home.
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Don’t say you’re still using a phone system from the dark ages?

You upgrade your mobile every 2 to 3 years. And your computer is certainly likely to be an up-to-date model.

But what about the phones in your business?

So much has changed with business phones over the last few years. The costs have come down dramatically, while functionality has increased. Along with the ability for your team to be more productive.

Boom to that.

So we’ve written a brand new guide, to show you what the latest phone systems can do. And allow you to check if your business’s phones are still up-to-date.
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The most robust way to protect your business from hackers is to mobilise your staff

Cyber criminals are targeting all businesses, all the time. They want to get into your systems and find ways to steal cash from you.

While software is critical to protect you, there is an even stronger front line defence you must mobilise: Your staff.

Because if you can get them to recognise a threat before they click on anything dodgy, that can kill a cyber attack stone dead.

You need a culture of cyber security. And anyone who goes near a computer or device needs to be on board.

That includes you! If your team see you acting in a safe way, they’ll be more inclined to make that normal behaviour.

We’ve helped to protect hundreds of businesses in Norfolk and Norwich. And we’ve written a brand new guide, about how to get your staff on board with cybersecurity.
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Hang on… you’re STILL not prepared for The 2020 Problem?

From 14th January, Windows 7 is dead. So is Office 2010. And a series of popular server software. Microsoft has killed them off because they’re no longer fit for purpose.

And if you have just one machine in your business still running this dead software, you’re at risk.

We believe that hackers who’ve discovered vulnerabilities over the last year or so, have been sitting quietly, biding their time. And now they will start to exploit those vulnerabilities. Because there’s no-one to patch the software and stop them.

There’s also the matter of GDPR. End of life software is technically in breach of GDPR rules.

We believe thousands of business owners and managers in Norwich don’t know they are relying on dead tech.

It’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Most people are the same – they don’t know what they’re running their business on. And to a certain extent, they don’t care.

We can help you quickly and painlessly. We’ve written a new guide to The 2020 Problem. Explaining why you must take urgent action now.