The future of Zoom – bloom or doom?

Zoom: Boom or Bust?

What’s the future of Zoom? As the UK Government’s ease COVID-19 restrictions, there’s one question on our mind regarding the future of communications. Will Zoom bloom or is Zoom doomed?

We promise that’s it for Zoom related puns.

What are cookies and what do they do?

What are cookies? All you need to know about cookies

When browsing the internet, you’ll probably have noticed a drop-down menu asking you for your cookie preferences. Typically, you’ll be asked to accept or reject a website’s use of cookies. So, what are cookies, and what does it mean for you?
We call them cookies for short, but you may have heard them called HTTP cookies, web cookies, internet cookies, or browser cookies.

What is a VPN – and why do I need one?

What is a VPN and why do you need one?

What is a VPN?

Whenever you use the internet, you’re leaving behind a digital footprint or ‘digital shadow’. Your online activities are traceable by companies and individuals. This includes those who may want to cause you harm, such as cyber criminals.

Spam email and why they are bad for business

We want to talk to you about spam email.

Spam emails are unsolicited messages from people or businesses offering their services. They’re junk and they clog up your inbox. You probably receive one spam email every day, if not more often.

Spam emails are annoying, aren’t they? Unfortunately, sometimes they’re more than just annoying.

What is VoIP – and why do you need it?

Everything you need to know about VOIP

So, what is VOIP? In this blog piece, we talk everything ‘VOIP’. What it is, what it does and why you need it! It is the future of communications – but that doesn’t mean it should be hard to understand. We’ve kept everything simple.

So what is ‘The Cloud’ and why should you use it?

Why use cloud computing?

‘The Cloud’ and ‘Cloud computing’ are phrases that are probably on your radar. In fact, you may already be using The Cloud in some capacity at work or in your day-to-day life, sometimes without even realising it. But what is ‘The Cloud’ exactly, and what are the benefits of using Cloud Computing when your employees are working out of office?
Cloud Computing is the term used for a range of computer services delivered via the Internet, otherwise known as ‘The Cloud’. Before cloud computing, companies had to rely on managing their own physical hardware and software maintained in an office, The Cloud offers a modern, sleeker alternative – and it is transforming the way modern business takes place.