Blue Sky Thinks: February Newsletter.

Full of traffic jams, medical data privacy, storms and backups, it must be February’s Blue Sky Thinks.

HCL Domino V11

We’ve hit the ground running making use of HCL Nomad to access our databases via our mobiles. And that’s just the start…

(3 minute read)

A Stormy October?

Microsoft confirm switch off of Basic Authentication in Exchange Online. Which is great from a security point of view but how many devices won’t support more secure protocols?

(3 minute read)

Big Tech + Medical = ?

A thought provoking look at future healthcare and the ever tricky balance between effective technology solutions and privacy.

(10 minute read)

Office 365 Backups

Cloud based systems need backups too. Your emails and data might be available 24 x 7 but not in the even of a major data event, such as a Malware or Ransomware attack.

(3 minute read)


Is your phone spying on you? Lots of people feel it is – this article tests if big brother really is listening in, 80% of the survey respondents were surprised!

(5 minutes)

Get Better Cyber Security

The National Cyber Security Centre know a thing or two about security. We can help get you started on your path to improved cyber security today.

(8 minute read)

Office 365 Updates

Ok so it’s not the most exciting event this year but it’s worth a quick scan over recent updates to see what problems Office can help you solve. Save as .svg is a good one!

(3 minute scan)

1 Billion Certificates

Sometimes it takes a big number to reflect on the progress that’s being made with cyber security. SSL usage on websites has increased by 23% in the last 2.5 years to 81% overall. One of the 19%? Give us a call, we can help!

(4 minutes)

And Finally…

Subversive mobile artist creates a Google Map Hack and with ringtones in his cart makes traffic wherever he goes! Ever wondered how Google knows where the traffic is?

(2 minute read)

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