The UK and the rest of the world is now in unprecedented territory as millions of workers are asked to grab their laptops and start working from home. So what can you do to help to keep your business running whilst we follow the Government's advice to keep each other safe? Here's our practical IT guide to working from home for the next few weeks.
It's not often we get excited about a Microsoft web browser launch. In fact Microsoft's "we'll do it our way" approach to browsers has caused many IT headaches over the years. But their completely reworked Edge browser promises to be different.
There’s nothing like getting a fancy new gadget on Christmas day. Often there’s a wow-factor that comes with a brand new laptop, smartphone, or tablet. You can see it’s much better than your old device straight away.
Black Friday is coming, and so are the January sales (yeah, we know...) so it might be tempting to go out and grab a bargain laptop for your business. Why not? It could save you money! But this is the time to stop and think about the key differences between consumer and business-class laptops and whether you are making a saving or saving up for a lot of frustration...
Microsoft has launched a brand new app for iOS and Android called "Office". Although that seems like old news - as you've been able to get Office apps on mobile for a long time - this promises to be something entirely different.
For most of us, i.e. the casual technology user, we associate 3G, 4G and now 5G, with our mobile phones and whether or not we have any signal. As long as we can see it in the top corner of our screen, we know we have Internet access.