At Webster Consulting, we specialise in recovering information from any make and model of computer or hard disk drives. We have developed tailored solutions for recovering data from all leading brands – Microsoft, Apple or Unix. Last month, for example, a client called us to ask if we could help. The laptop would not bootRead more about Ever lost your digital data? We can help with our data recovery services.[…]
Apple (iOS 7) and Microsoft (W8.1) both brought out new versions of operating systems and it has all caused a bit of a stir. Allegedly Apple is even being sued over its latest release. In the court papers, the claimant wrote: “Apple’s disregard for customer preferences in relation to iOS 7 is corporate thuggery.” As farRead more about That Was The Week That Was![…]
We held our first Breakfast Briefing this month to an audience of local businesses. Our aim was simple, to show future clients how using Google Apps for Business can help. The timing of this was ideal, as Microsoft has recently announced that they are not supporting XP from April next year. This will leave many companies lookingRead more about Breakfast Briefing – September 2013[…]
This summer there appears to be an increasing number of people who have had their digital lives invaded. One of the biggest stories in the tech world this year was Wired reporter Mat Honan getting “hacked, hard” in his own words. It’s a pretty terrifying tale if you have anything of personal significance on your computer. Read more: https://www.businessinsider.com/a-huge-error-from-apple-led-to-a-wired-reporter-getting-hacked-hard-2012-8#ixzz27Yp2J8Xh TodayRead more about Time to Change[…]
Has your credit card company denied your iTunes charge lately or called you on the phone?
Whilst rare it might be sooner than you think before someone pays the price for thinking their mobile is safe.
How can we reduce the ever increasing amount of cyber crime?
The next way to trick the innocent using mobile
Whilst in the past virus were not popular with Macs as they grow in popularity the threat will grow too.
Sharing files and folders for Apple and Microsoft computers