SADS Blogs

Microsoft Sharepoint - SADS IT
Tuesday, 29 November 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
Microsoft Sharepoint was launched in 2001 and is a web-based collaborative platform that includes document management and storage. It has many benefits, including native integration with Microsoft Office and the fact that it is highly configurable. It provides a simple tool for any business to upgrade how content, knowledge, and applications are shared organisation-wide, making
Outsourced IT support - SADS IT
Tuesday, 15 November 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
IT is a critical part of operations for organisations today, the right IT support can make all the difference when it comes to how well technology supports your business. If you opt for outsourced IT support there are a range of benefits that could give your business an advantage in an increasingly competitive world.  
How to choose a strong password
Wednesday, 09 November 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
Gaining access via a password is the simplest way for any cybercriminal to do a lot of damage. That might happen via a phishing attack where you’re convinced to give up your details in an email or something that you have less control over like malware that installs a keylogger and tracks what you type.
Black and gold with heart centre with the words Heart of KAB awards
Tuesday, 01 November 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
Only 2 more sleeps to go! Kent Association for the Blind, The largest sight loss charity working across Kent & Medway is our chosen charity for the third year running.  Every year they hold the Heart of Kent Awards evening to recognise and thank the wonderful people and organisations who have achieved great things, either
Fibre Cables going into a network panel
Monday, 31 October 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
When it comes to cabling today, the choice is mostly between copper, fibre and wireless options. When directly compared on paper, fibre cabling looks to be the best option, however, this is rarely the case when installing for a production environment. Copper carries electrical pulses along metal strands and this has, traditionally, been one of
Changes to the Microsoft Partner Program
Monday, 24 October 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
The Microsoft Partner Program is designed to make it simple for organisations to access everything required to design and build successful business solutions. It has been a very successful offering with many benefits for partners – and this month it is getting an overhaul. The first big change to note is that the name is
Remote IT Solutions Man Working From Home
Monday, 17 October 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
Remote working has become part of a hybrid operational model for many businesses today. It has a lot of benefits, for employers and for staff, but it does also present some security challenges. Whether it’s an unsecured Wi-Fi connection or an employee who doesn’t quite understand how to protect themselves against some of the biggest
Why you should conduct wifi surveys
Monday, 10 October 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
WiFi is an essential resource for every business today. Whether you’re an office or a retail store providing access for customers and using networks to operate equipment, good strong WiFi is non-negotiable. That’s why WiFi surveys have become so popular – they provide the opportunity to get clarity on the WiFi situation where you are
cyber essentials accreditiation how to pass
Monday, 03 October 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
The Cyber Essential Accreditation scheme has been designed to help any organisation improve security against cyber threats. It’s a way of verifying that your business meets certain standards when it comes to cyber security and helps to minimise the potential for your business being affected by a serious cyber incident in the future. It can
Managing an IT Infrastructure
Tuesday, 20 September 2022 / Published in SADS Blog
When it comes to upgrading your IT infrastructure, there is often a temptation to put this off for as long as possible if you don’t fully understand how to approach it. However, the speed at which technology moves today means that this may no longer be possible and an inadequate IT infrastructure could lead to