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The Impact of Digital Infrastructure in Africa

It’s no secret that the benefits of broadband are widely taken for granted. From online banking, last minute grocery shopping, or working on an international basis – we spend the majority of our day online. Businesses in 2016 are fully reliant on the internet and it’s safe to say that the business world would quickly…

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Making History: Modernising IT at Burghley House

Microbyte are pleased to announce that they have been selected by local historical landmark, Burghley House to modernise their current infrastructure. After a recommendation from Stamford based design consultants D-Squared, we have begun the long journey to bring the 16th century country house into the 21st century. The existing system was disjointed; relying fully on…

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Should you be Monitoring Employee Internet Usage?

In a digital age where we are all glued to the internet, whether that’s for our work life or personal life, the lines are blurring when it comes to tech and what is and isn’t allowed during our 9 to 5. Whilst the internet is a necessity for many of us in order to get…

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3 Occasions You Should Be Using A VPN

You may think that because you are a law abiding citizen and/or because your business isn’t big enough, there is no need for you to be using a VPN, or Virtual Private Network – but you would be wrong. There are a number of activities that we undertake each day that have the potential to…

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Five ways to keep your email secure

Another day, another hacking story. From celebrity data leaks to multi-million pound breaches by global corporations. A hacked email account or server means so much more than a password reset. Think about what’s inside your emails, linked accounts, reused passwords, sensitive data, and you’ll see the snowball effect can be devastating. Businesses should make sure…

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Best Smartphones of 2015

Smartphones have slowly integrated themselves into our everyday lives, to the point that most of us will admit to feeling cut off from the rest of the world if we don’t have it to hand. With them being such a personal part of tech in 2015, we will use this blog to round up some…

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How to access your emails remotely

We all have those moments when we realise we forgot to finish something at work before the clock hit 5pm and we had a mad panic as to how we will solve the problem. Gone are the days of rushing back to the office to send that one last email as in today’s digital world…

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A Simple Guide to Testing Your Broadband

Our world now revolves around the internet. Whether we are tapping away at our desks 9 to 5 or scrolling through social media on our smartphones, we’re a nation of addicts and the internet is our fuel. If it all went wrong though, would you know how to test your broadband speed to ensure you’re…

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Windows 10

So what are the new features of Windows 10? Is it safe? Do we need it right away? It’s always exciting when a new operating system arises. Who doesn’t want a shiny, new and fresh appearance to their desktop? But wait; what changes will I be taking on board and have there been any issues…

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IT investment is your insurance

If you’re putting off upgrading old or outdated equipment, chances are it’s because you’re worried about the cost, the inconvenience, and there’s that tiny voice in your head saying ‘surely, this will do for a bit longer?’ While these are very normal responses, they wouldn’t serve you very well if your car needed an MOT…

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