“Fit and forget” – the siren call of the IT widget seller. Buy our thing, plug it in and it “just works”. For everyone else working in or with tech, this is fabulously attractive. One less thing to worry about. Trouble is, it’s not just the users who forget about the device. It’s the manufacturers, … Continue reading BYOD – bring your obsolete device
“That’s criminal!” said my wife when I told her about Cryptolocker. Actually, all malware is criminal (Computer Misuse Act 1990, for the legal eagles), but Cryptolocker is particularly nasty, and currently running rampant. In case you haven’t heard of it, it’s malware which once running on your PC sets about encrypting your files; to get … Continue reading What can we do about Cryptolocker?