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Is your business getting the most out of remote working?

Due to the government rules, we find ourselves working from home again. Have you ever asked the question could my business be more productive when working remotely? CalderIT has been helping its customers transition through different types of remote working. Office365 Microsoft Teams SharePoint Terminal Server Remote Desktop Splashtop Zoom Azure OneDrive VPN Sonic Point […]
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Is your Microsoft365 hosted by Go Daddy?

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 27th November 2020
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Over the last few weeks, Calder IT has received calls from prospective clients to ask if we could help look at their Microsoft365 emails. They did not seem to be receiving emails. They had received reports from their clients that suspicious emails had been received, requesting payments to different bank accounts.  Calder IT investigated the Microsoft365 systems, we found that all the domains were hosted with Go […]
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Planned Maintenance: Teams and Skype for Business

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 16th November 2020
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Microsoft has planned Maintenance for Teams and Skype for Business: Starting November 20, 2020 01:00 GMT. Ending November 20, 2020 02:00 GMT. This should not have any effect on anyone using Microsoft Teams as an end-user but if you would like any Administration changes it may take up to 6 hours for this action to […]
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Cyber Security Trio Webinar

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 13th November 2020
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  CalderIT is collaborating with Ravenhall Risk Solutions and Bob’s Business for a Cyber Security Trio Webinar on Thursday, 26 November 2020 from 14:00 until 15:30 GMT. We would like to invite you to join us to take a deeper look into three key aspects businesses should understand in being successful in becoming cyber secure: […]
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Future updates for Microsoft Office 365 on MacOS

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 5th October 2020
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MacOS 10.14 Mojave or later is required to receive the Microsoft 365 for Mac November 2020 update. This included all the following software Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. If you continue with an older version of macOS, your Office apps will continue to work but you will no longer receive any updates including security […]
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Would you like to improve awareness to spam and spoof email?

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 24th September 2020
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CalderIT is offering a service to help improve staff awareness of spam and spoofed emails. We can add a banner to any emails that arrive from an external email address, this banner can help your staff stay alert to spam and spoof emails that have been sent to them. Having something as simple as the […]
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CalderIT partner up with Yubico

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 31st July 2020
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CalderIT is pleased to announce we have become a partner of Yubico, making us one of the select few IT Service providers in Yorkshire to offer Yubico devices that help make your business more secure. As more of our customers are starting to roll out remote working security has now become the number 1 priority […]
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Microsoft Office 2010 & 2016 support ends in October 2020

  • Posted by James Allat
  • On 30th July 2020
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Microsoft Office 2010 For Windows and Office 2016 for Mac will reach end of support on October 13th, 2020. After this date, Microsoft will no longer provide technical support, bug fixes, or security updates for Office 2016 for Mac and Office 2010. You will still be able to use these versions of Office, but over […]
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Calder IT awarded Cyber Essentials Certification!

  • Posted by James Bulley
  • On 4th January 2019
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Calder IT recently submitted and passed the NCSC’s Cyber Essentials Certification. “We are delighted to have gained the Cyber Essentials Certification. The team at Calder IT are committed to providing secure IT solutions for our Managed Services customers. Having the Cyber Essentials Certification demonstrates our skills to secure and support our internal and customer data. […]
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Is your Wi-Fi network vulnerable to WPA2 exploitation?

  • Posted by James Bulley
  • On 16th October 2017
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  News broke across the internet this morning, concerning a serious risk facing anyone who accesses a Wi-Fi network, a possible threat has been identified that works against almost all modern Wi-Fi networks. The attack works by exploiting a weakness in the Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) standard itself. The WPA2 standard has been widely […]
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