With so many people unexpectedly working from home in the last couple of weeks, if you're going to spend a lot more time than normal working from home, it’s worth considering how you can create a healthy working space for yourself.
The Windows 7 'end of life' will pose an end to bug fixes, security patches, and new functions. With the recent ransomware attack on Travelex, businesses need to ensure that they do not leave themselves open to similar problems. Unfortunately, those that fail to make the switch from Windows 7 will be at an increased risk.
A disturbing cyberbullying 'game' called the Momo challenge is spreading around the world via WhatsApp and online platforms, leaving young people vulnerable to its violent messages. As chat rooms and messaging apps become increasingly available to young people - and become prime targets for hackers - we break down how to stay safe on WhatsApp.
Fitzrovia IT has been shortlisted as a finalist for the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2019 for the category 'SME (Cloud or SaaS) Solution
From 1st February, DNS (Domain Name System) software and service providers will begin shutting down non-compliant DNS servers in an attempt to combat slow speeds and ineffective deployment of new features.
Yesterday morning, a tweet from @MSFT365Status, the official Microsoft account for updates on Microsoft 365 service incidents, shared that Microsoft was investigating an issue where users were unable to access their mailboxes and were not receiving external emails.
London based businesses are leading the charge in terms of Remote Working.
‘How can hacking be ethical?’ I hear you ask. Ethical hacking is actually carried out by a lawful hacker to identify potential weaknesses...
On 29th March, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50. By the end of March 2019, the UK will have officially left the EU.