Over the past few weeks’ interus Solutions have teamed up with training providers to offer tailored solutions for quality training courses in Marketing (SEO and traditional marketing), Website development, and Microsoft Office Training. We offer a wide range of courses which are available weekly.
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After trying all possible solutions, if your antivirus is not scanning, then get in touch with your Anti-Virus provider and get immediate help from a certified technician or get in touch with your local PC repair shop.
You cannot deny the fact that your anti-virus solution protects your system if kept up-to-date; it provides you with high-end protection against all kinds of Viruses, Trojans, Malware, Ransomware and malicious apps that can and will harm your device if left unprotected.
Read more “What happens if your Antivirus scan stops scanning?”
The Blue Screen of Death (the famous blue screen or BSoD or stop screen) is an error screen displayed on a Windows computer.
When the operating system reaches a condition where it can no longer operate safely you are presented with the BSoD which is a fatal system error, also known as a system crash.
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Follow the warnings scholars give us about this type of technology.. and don’t worry, it’s not going to destroy the world.
Technology is always going to be open to abuse, this is why we create laws and best practices to protect humans, for example: ‘The three laws of robotics’.
Read more “Bill Gates Warns About Artificial Intelligence”
Cyber security is a threat right across the UK and companies like the NHS are no different from an SME or large company. The aim here is to understand technology any the people who take the reasonability to secure this.
Windows XP is a vulnerable system FACT! Once exposed to malware this system can be comprised. Microsoft do not support this system, so why do the NHS and Banking systems still use out of date Operating Systems like windows XP and Windows Vista?
Read more “WannaCry ransomware attack, a further £21m to boost cyber security across NHS”
It’s important to discuss changes in relation to a new regulation that will come into direct effect in UK law from the 25th May 2018. This system will affect SMEs based on how data is stored and how secure their network is in relation to the protection of stored data. Larger companies already have documentation and systems in place. Although it comes into question how accurate this documentation will be.
Read more “Cyber security awareness and GDPR, is your company prepared?”
Cyber security is a hot topic in 2017 with the UK government pushing out lots of systems to help companies become more secure.
There are a number of steps every business can take to help secure there network. To start with let me explain what ransomware is and then I’ll explain a few basic steps you can take to help secure your network.
Read more “Ransomware and how to minimise the risk”
What is a .htaccess file?
.htaccess files are great for redirecting URLs so they are user-friendly and search engine friendly.
Read more “Improve website performance with Apache .htaccess”
Computer hacking can involve a group, an individual, government agency or private agency who looks for exploits in computer systems or networks using Malware as a way to gain access to your systems.
Read more “Protecting your systems from malware attacks”
When you create content for your readers, try maximising your readership for each publication you publish.
The one drawback to this is that you need to carry out a range of checks to make sure your content is accessible, loads quickly enough for people to read and is written uniquely. That’s assuming what you have written interests your readers!
Read more “10 Fundamental tools for SEOs, bloggers and writers”