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Common phishing types

Cybercrime is on the rise and the types of phishing scams are evolving, our ability to identify them has never been more important in both protecting ourselves, but also the organisations that we are part of. There are many types of phishing scams with many different tactics employed, in this article we look at some of the main phishing scams used by the criminals, the intent or nature them and advice on how to deal with them.

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What IT do I need to work from home?

The times they are a-changin', and they certainly are. As we are pushed out of the office for the second time, we must accept that working from home is likely to be the new normal for much longer. Having the right IT equipment at home will allow you to continue to be as productive as possible and having the wrong or outdated IT is only likely to slow you down, reduce morale and will cause you to become disgruntled.

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Spotting a phish

Phishing is the most popular form of cyber crime. It’s scam form that has been around for years from the comical prince to the current COVID-19 disguise.

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Microsoft Business Voice: VoIP calls from Teams

Business Voice is an add-on for Microsoft 365 and Office 365 plans available for SMEs. Suitable for all companies with up to 300 users, this enterprise-grade solution combines audio conferencing, call plans (Microsoft’s or import your own) and a complete phone system.

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The Dark Web: What is it?

The dark web is term that is used often in the news, when you hear about data breaches and in films used by clandestine groups, but do you really know what it is?

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Mental Health Awareness Week

It is Mental Health Awareness Week, and I thought that this would be a great opportunity to share what Select Technology have done, are doing, and plan to do.

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Microsoft Teams: Backgrounds are the way forward

Microsoft Teams has had the ability to have blurry backgrounds for some time now, and this has been a really useful feature. However, if you are a user of Teams, you will have jealously been watching Zoom wondering when you will be able to set custom backgrounds. You have had the fun of blurring your background, but come on its backgrounds that you want to change!

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Cutting Corners: A guide to Window shortcuts

It was many years ago that I was introduced to Window shortcuts, and I have found them to be a really useful tool in improving how I use my keyboard. I, like many others only scratched the surface of what is available. While taking the time to reacquaint myself with some forgotten shortcuts,

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Diary of a Technophobe: Sharing’s Caring

I’m back with another blog! August was a bit of a write-off with holidays and people thin on the ground, but have no fear, I have found time to teach myself some more tech! Recently, all we seem to hear is how technology is alienating us from each other and making us less collaborative...

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Diary of a Technophobe: There’s no ‘I’ in Teams

Firstly, a confession: I’m a bit of a technophobe. So, you may be wondering why I’m working for an MSP! Well, long story short; after working in consumer marketing within the children’s toys and games industry since 2010...

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