Published by the UK Metropolitan Police Service in conjunction with FALCON (Fraud and Linked crime online) and supported by UK Banks, The Little Book of Big Scams (BUSINESS EDITION) offers 60 pages of advice to small and medium enterprises (SME’s) on the following;
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Published by the UK Metropolitan Police Service in conjunction with FALCON (Fraud and Linked crime online) and supported by UK Banks, The Little Book of Big Scams (Third Edition) offers 52 pages of advice on the following;
Please note that Microsoft extended support of Windows Vista will be ending on 11th April 2017, so you will no longer receive security updates and patches beyond this date.
Mainstream support has already ended 10th April 2012. We recommend planning in advance of this date to maximize the management of your IT investments and strategically plan for a successful IT future.
Brighton and Hove City Council, with support from BT, are bring 40 free wi-fi hotspots to the centre of Brighton. Thirty of these are already live with the remaining set to be switched on through the summer.
They will cover the busiest parts of the city for shopping and tourism, including the seafront by the pier and Sealife centre, St James Street, West Street, Queens Road, Western Road, as well London Road to the north of the city, and parts of Hove.
This will being free unlimited wi-fi for residents and tourists while they’re out and about in the city.
BT has agreed to make the “BrightonHovefreewifi” network available at no cost to the council, but in return gets permission to install mobile infrastructure over a 10-year period.
Please visit the Brighton & Hove City Council website for more details, including a wi-fi hotspot map for the city.
Alternatively, you can visit the BT wi-fi website to find a hotspot near you.
As part of our commitment to keeping you informed, we want to let you know about two of the products we use to support our clients and in some cases which our clients may also use themselves;
LogMeIn Pro and LogMeIn Central
Following the lead of Microsoft, who ended support for Windows XP in April 2014 and for Windows Server 2003 in July 2015.
LogMeIn will be ending their support for their desktop client and host software installed on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 computers as of 30th May 2016.
Any computers still using these operating systems will continue to be online through to 30th May; at which point Stanridge cannot guarantee Read more
LogMeIn Client desktop app for Windows (formerly LogMeIn Ignition)
File size: 7.0 Mbytes
Click here to download:
https://secure.logmein.com/LogMeInIgnition.msi (file size: 7.0 Mb)
Relates to the following products: LogMeIn Central; LogMeIn Pro; LogMeIn Free
Google have announced via their Chrome Blog that they will end support for Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Apple Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 at the start of April 2016.
What does this mean for you?
Your browser will continue to work, however Google Chrome are going to stop providing updates and security fixes to their browser for users on older operating systems, which could leave you vulnerable to malicious content.
This means it’s probably a good time to think about updating to a supported and secure operating system.
Please note that Microsoft extended support of SQL Server 2005 will be ending on 12th April 2016, so you will no longer receive security updates and patches.
Microsoft recommends upgrading to their latest SQL Server 2014 or their cloud based version Azure SQL Database.
Software running on SQL Server 2005 Express Edition can also be upgraded to SQL Server 2014 Express.
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