Computer viruses are one of those constants for PCs these days. Chances are you’ve already had first hand experience with one or two on your own computer. In an effort to reduce this risk, we advise that you install an antivirus program. An antivirus program can be used to prevent a virus infection by detecting and . . . → Read More: Viruses ate my computer!
With an ever increasing number of staff and students coming onto campus with laptops, netbooks, and wireless-capable smartphones and tablets, there is increasing recognition that cloud-based file management and storage is the easiest way for individuals to synchronise files across multiple devices or collaborate with others. Where previously USB memory drives and email attachments . . . → Read More: Cloud-based file storage and management
As more and more of our staff and students purchase and rely on the latest mobile devices (eg, smartphones and tablets) to help manage their work and personal lives it is important to take a little time to think about security. Many will understand the need for secure and strong passwords to access email . . . → Read More: Mobile device security
In the last few months we have supported a fair few students and staff that have fallen victim to a scam which fools users into actually installing a virus on their computers. Falling victim to this scam can result in your credit card details being used fraudulently by people you would never give these . . . → Read More: Fake virus alerts: Protecting yourself when browsing the web