Microsoft have announced their To-Do service but it’s not appearing for many Office 365 users. Have you been able to enable it yet?
The Petya malware changed the ransomware scene in that, instead of encrypting all your files, it just encrypts the boot records and file tables of you hard drive making it super fast. Now, one man had enough and has managed to crack the encryption used by Petya.
Those of you working in the educational sector will now that Smoothwall devices are pretty much ubiquitous and you’ll be familiar with their web filtering and blocking features. In the just-released Framlington software update Smoothwall are putting in place the building blocks to take eSafety reporting to the next level.
Apples iOS 9.3 is just around the corner so here is a list of some of the great educational features coming your way.
Mapping your WiFi network is vital if you want to provide reliable coverage for your staff. Luckily I’ve found 4 great apps to get that most from your WiFi network.
Like them or hate them, everyone working in the IT Managed Services space needs a PSA. Here’s our list of PSA tools you should look at.
Remote Management and Monitoring tools are crucial if you are trying to manage a large number of devices across numerous client sights and are at the core of the Managed Services philosophy. Heres our big list of IT RMM tools.
Here’s 6 simple ways to build your managed services business.
Google have released a new Devices and Activity Dashboard to help hard pressed Google Admins manage their users security
An amazing 45% of some phishing attacks manage to trick end users in to giving up their details. See the issue in a new infographic from Google.
Google have released a new Administration exam for Google Apps
Google have today released a new extension for Chrome that allows you to open any file in Google Drive directly from your browser.
We’ve started to see reports that people are receiving Google Domain invites. This invite-only beta service appears to be Googles
There’s a growing list of amazing apps for ChromeOS which is increasingly making it easier to use a Chromebook as
Googles upcoming Material interface design has started to show itself throughout their product range. The next version of Android, currently named L, will feature the Material design as standard and the it’s started to appear within Google Apps.
Google have released a new update for ChromeOS. This is classed as a “stable” update which means it will go on the machines of end users rather than developers or other brave soles signed up for the beta or dev updates.
We’re all familiar with the amazing Chromebook laptops but you may not know that you can also get Chromebox devices.
It’s been a while since the various parts of Google Apps received a make over. The current look has been
Google recently launched Suggested Edits allowing you to make changes which can be accepted or not by the owner of
Yes folks, despite the rain and thunder, today is a great day for Chromebook fans. Google have released three new adverts