After a decade, Windows 10 says goodbye

On October 14, 2025, Windows 10 will officially reach its end of life.

That means Microsoft will stop providing updates.

No security patches, bug fixes, or feature enhancements.

Running an unsupported operating system puts your computer – and business – at risk.

Recovering from a cyber attack

Cyber attacks can be extremely disruptive – and expensive – for any business to deal with.

But it’s not only big companies that need to be vigilant. SMBs have a huge target on their backs.

Here are some stats that help you understand why it’s so important to have an incident response plan in place… before it’s too late.

Cyber attacks are more common than you think

And how you respond to one can be the difference between it being an inconvenience and a complete nightmare.

What’s important is to think about all of this BEFORE you become victim to an attack (sadly, it’s likely to be a case of when and not if).

By following a few simple steps you can be confident you’ll not only recover from an attack quickly, but you’ll minimize the damage and cost too.

Email Security

Email: We all think it’s a pain but also rely on it all day, every day. BUT… it’s putting every business (including yours) at a huge risk of data breach.

Why? Because 90% of cyber security attacks start in your inbox. Here are some stats to share with your team (and my advice on how to keep your business safe).