Category: Business Continuity

Hang on… you’re STILL not prepared for The 2020 Problem?

From 14th January, Windows 7 is dead. So is Office 2010. And a set of popular server software. Microsoft has killed them off, because they’re no longer fit for purpose. And if you have just one machine in your business still running this dead software, you’re at risk. We believe that hackers who’ve discovered vulnerabilities…
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39D Networking Event January

About 39D and our partners are pleased to invite you to our networking event at The Loughton Club on the 14th January 2020. At this event you will learn about Cyber Security, how to protect private wealth / digital assets, how to improve your social media presence online, and firsthand experience about the work the…
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Your email is your greatest tool. And biggest threat

Your email is your greatest tool. And biggest threat Because we rely on email so much to run our businesses, it’s our greatest tool (no matter how much you might sigh when you see how many unread emails you have). But because there’s so much activity in there. And you can receive emails from anyone,…
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How to face The 2020 Problem like a hero

Christmas is nearly here, and along with all the family get togethers, office parties and mountains of brussels sprouts there’s one thing you can always count on – there will be loads of action movies on the TV. In January, Microsoft is withdrawing support for some of its most popular old business software. This creates…
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Case Study: Helping support a user with the start of memory loss

On a recent visit to one of our clients, Mitchell from the support team was ask to meet with the directors regarding a sensitive matter regarding a senior member of staff. The nature of the problem was the member of staff is suffering the onset of memory loss. He is struggling to remember his password…
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Don’t play Russian Roulette with your Windows software in 2020!!

Did you know that many of Microsoft’s much used software will reach ‘end of life’ in January 2020? “What can I do about it?  I don’t want to become a target for hackers and leave my business exposed to viruses and none compliance!!” Sounds scary, particularly as half of businesses in Essex, Herts & Cambs…
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Data Loss Protection for Your Business

Can your business afford to lose all of your business data? There are numerous ways to lose it – from accidental deletion to viruses and hackers’ attack. According to Accenture reports, in 2018 the average cost of a malware attack on a company was $2.4 million. So, is your company data protected enough? 39D will…
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