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Ransomware: The Threat Is Very Real

  Above is a screenshot from one of the latest ransomware strains, dubbed ‘Jigsaw’. The image above is one that is being used in ransomware attacks. Terrifying? Absolutely, but not just because of the disturbing image used; not because of the cocky, brazen tone that has been adopted – but because of the damage that…

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Microbyte Moves Customers to 365 Cloud Exchange and Intronis‎ Cloud Backups

We are empowering our customers to make their business more safe and resilient in the digital realm. Transitioning to the cloud is not a move that should be taken lightly; moving from an established infrastructure to a cloud-based environment is one that requires planning and new processes. However there are a wealth of benefits that…

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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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