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Windows 7 end of life

Windows 7 end of life is getting closer by the day. Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 on January 13, 2015, but extended the Windows 7 end of life support to January 14, 2020.  Why should this matter to you? If you carry on with using Windows 7 after the support has ended, your…


Payment Fraud: Don’t Get Caught Out

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We hear about payment fraud all the time and in our industry, we come across it more often than we would like. Although the fraudsters come up with new schemes all the time some very simple checks and actions will reduce the risks of getting caught out. Yesterday, a company located not too far from…


The simple ways to implement Office 365 securely

With Office 365 you get to leverage the power of the cloud to do your work wherever you are and on any device. This connectivity enables collaboration and productivity boosts, which is awesome – but how do you know that Office 365 is secure and doesn’t leave your critical communications vulnerable? Let’s take email for…


New Support Team Leader at Cambridge Support

Leading technology company Cambridge Support is delighted to welcome Chris, a Computer Science graduate who brings a wealth of skill and experience, having worked for several years in the industry. Chris joins the team as Support Team Leader, adding significant capacity to Cambridge Support’s client-facing capabilities. “I’m really excited to be joining Cambridge Support,” Chris…


Microsoft 365 vs Office 365: What You Need to Know

Getting to grips with Microsoft products can be a challenge – the software giant does tend to give very similar names to its vast range of products, which does cause confusion. Most notably, Microsoft 365, their total product package, gets used to describe Office 365, their cloud-based office productivity suite. As a business, it’s important…