If you are a Microsoft product user, you need to be aware that support for another of the company’s most widely used products is due to end in the next few months. Following the widely publicised end of Windows 7 support, Microsoft have announced that they will be ending support for Windows Server 2008 R2 at the beginning of 2020.
Office365 has many advantages and is widely used across all sectors. But it does have one significant disadvantage. Office365 has no native recovery and backup system. You might be tempted to think that this isn’t a big deal, but there are a number of reasons why backing up your business data is vital to the viability and success of your organisation.
Windows 7, widely considered as the most successful operating system developed by Microsoft is still used by a large number of organisations but will reach end of life (EOL) on 14 January 2020. It is therefore critical to prepare for the inevitable upgrade announced by Microsoft sufficiently in advance, in order to avoid problems in less than a year’s time.
AMJ IT recruits a 2nd line IT Support Engineer to join their team. You will be located at our Ashford Kent offices and will be responsible for the maintenance of our clients’ networks and you will provide support remotely and on site as well as the management, maintenance and exploitation of our company network in the UK.
IT Security and GDPR – On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation will come into effect and it has major implications for all UK businesses. GDPR introduces sweeping changes to the way that businesses gather and retain data, and if your business is not yet GDPR compliant, you need to act now. Here is a brief guide to GDPR and its implications for business.
The last few months have seen a spate of cyber-attacks targeting companies across all sectors, reminding us all of the vital importance of maintaining effective IT safeguards and cybersecurity. And with the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25 this year, all businesses will face the extra scrutiny of their IT practices.
As a specialist IT Support company, we advise businesses in every sector on security. To help you analyse and improve your own organization’s security, here’s a helpful guide to the main areas of focus, and the steps you can take to stay safe.