Public WiFi for Businesses

Public WiFi for Businesses

If you’re wanting to put Public WiFi into your business, it’s something that needs to be done carefully. First and most importantly, you don’t want your WiFi guests to have access to your private business systems and business data! Secondly, you want...
Red Flags for Dodgy Texts and Emails

Red Flags for Dodgy Texts and Emails

I seem to be getting asked quite a lot about whether certain emails and messages are scams.   Recently I came across this fantastic video of Frank Abagnale.  An American Con Artist who was so good at his trade, when he was eventually caught, he worked with the FBI to...
Be Adaptable and Welcome Change

Be Adaptable and Welcome Change

Five years ago, my family’s first thought when they needed something from the shops, was not to surf the internet. They would have planned a trip to a town centre or shopping complex and dressed specially for the occasion. It would have been more a day out than a...
How to Spot a Scam from its Links

How to Spot a Scam from its Links

As the Internet becomes more and more accepted as the defecto place to find information, fraudsters will use this to try and take advantage. One of the things that’s on the rise at the moment are scam text messages where the sender pretends to be a trusted...
Interacting with your Customers Online

Interacting with your Customers Online

It’s usually a given that any business wants to offer their products and services online to their customers. What’s not so well known is that for every 100 customers that visit your website, on average only 1 of them completes any business online business...

The Very Worst and Very Best of Quickbooks (Updated)

Part of being an IT geek means keeping up with modern software so that you can advise your customers about what’s new and useful to them. Every business needs some kind of accounting and book keeping, and Intuit’s QuickBooks Desktop Pro has suited my own business well...