22 May 2019
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The end of support for Windows 7 and what this means for your business

Posted by Mark Sanders

For Security Business Continuity Opinion

If your business is still running Windows 7, now is the time to consider your next steps.

Since its launch in July 2009, Windows 7 has been one of Microsoft’s most popular operating systems. With an announced date for the end of support set as the 14th of January 2020, what does the future hold for businesses using Windows 7? We take a closer look… 

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30 Jan 2018
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Keeping you connected: Business Continuity and the Cloud

Posted by Sally Bailey

For Business Continuity Cloud Opinion

In today’s volatile world, it seems that the companies who challenge the norm and disrupt the market make the biggest impact. Yet in business, whilst it’s true that most organisations have to change in order to stay relevant, day-to-day continuity is equally essential.

Of course, risk factors such as weather, travel disruption and human error have always existed. Somewhat inevitably however, when there is no perceived direct return on planning for the worst, some people have a tendency to simply hope for the best. At Bistech, we recommend a more considered approach.

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12 Jul 2017
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Right on time: how technology is driving distribution

Forward-thinking distributors are turning to technology in order to meet customer expectations, power profitability and gain competitive edge.

The future of delivery is changing. And with it comes both uncertainty and opportunity. To thrive in this fast-paced industry, distributors need to be more flexible, efficient and customer focussed than ever before.

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15 May 2017
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Protect Your Organisation from WCry Ransomware

Posted by Stephen Dodge

For News Security Business Continuity

Hitting the media headlines over the weekend, WCry is a highly virulent strain of a self-replicating ransomware, infecting over 230,000 hosts in over 150 countries and impacting such far-flung organisations as our NHS, Chinese universities, Hungarian and Spanish telcos, and the Russian Interior Ministry.

 

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