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  • Security Alert: WannaCry Ransomware

    Our blog post, Security Alert: Microsoft remote access vulnerability, on Wednesday, highlighted a vulnerability within Microsoft’s Windows Defender virus protection that allowed threats to be activated on Windows machines without the user having to click any links or email attachments. Unfortunately, on Friday (2017.05.12) this vulnerability was …

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  • Security Alert: Microsoft remote access vulnerability

    2017.05.15 See our update on this here! Microsoft has released an urgent update to stop hackers being able to take control of computers using a single email. The vulnerability was residing in the Microsoft antimalware software (e.g Windows Defender) and could be exploited by sending …

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  • Could you benefit from Computers for Life?

    ITC are very pleased to be able to offer you Computers for Life for between £32 and £75 per month. You can get a very desirable ITC Executive 2-in-1 Laptop using HP Business Grade hardware and 3 Year NBD Warranty for only £65 per month or …

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  • Microsoft pricing change confirmation

    Related to our previous blog post which can be found here: Upcoming Microsoft Pricing Changes If you would like more background for why these changes are happening now then please see our previous blog post for more information.   It has now been 1 month since …

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  • Important information regarding Hosted Exchange and Windows XP

    Microsoft has not supported Windows XP with security updates since April 8, 2014. To this effect, the operating system has been vulnerable to malicious software and outside threats since this date. We understand that a minority of our customers are still using Windows XP and …

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  • Office 365 or Microsoft Office 2016?

    One of our most frequently asked questions is “What is the difference between Office365 and Microsoft Office 2016?” Microsoft Office 365 365 is a subscription service that includes the most recent version of Office (currently 2016). It comes with the applications you’re familiar with, like …

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  • Updates are important and here is why

    New Windows Security Flaw Microsoft’s Chief of Windows, Terry Myerson, has acknowledged that an unpatched flaw in the Windows operating system is being exploited to infect PCs and gain access to potentially sensitive data. Myerson has accused a group of hackers called Strontium (aka APT28 and …

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