Ransomware is when cybercriminals are able to hijack a computer and prevent the owner accessing its contents and data unless they pay a fee. It has become an increasingly sophisticated crime over the last few years and costs small businesses in the UK, hundreds of thousands of pounds. According to the latest statistics, over half of malware attacks nowadays contain some kind of ransomware.
Following the announcement in June that Microsoft had acquired LinkedIn, CEO Satya Nadella has told employees he hopes the deal will “accelerate [the site’s] growth and the value it brings to its members with Microsoft’s assets and scale.”
It’s hard to imagine what life was like before everyone had a mobile phone. What did we do when we were ten minutes late? How did we amuse ourselves on long train journeys? How on earth did we manage to measure the quality of our sleep?
Following a run of recent stories about websites being attacked and taken down, we thought now would be a good time to share this article with you. Lots of you will most likely have a Google account. Now, most people probably assume that Google is a safe bet and they’d be right, but no one is exempt from the threat of attacks altogether.
Global Conference Management (GCM) are a conference and event management company based in Surbiton, Surrey. Operating for over 21 years, GCM offer a complete range of event solutions with a solid reputation for delivering high quality events to their blue chip clients. As M2 Computing’s longest standing client, GCM have worked with the team over the past 19 years to evolve their IT systems in line with the latest advances in technology. As new developments come to the forefront, the team at M2 Computing recommend the right solutions to increase productivity and drive the business forward.
“We are absolutely delighted with the service we receive from M2 Computing. A very friendly team, who are always there whenever we need them.” concludes Dianne Maginnis, Managing Director, Global Conference Management.