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September 2, 2020

EACS News – Issue 9

August 10, 2020

eacs awarded NHS Shared Business Services Digital Workplace Solutions

Managed services provider eacs’ continued commitment to Delivering Excellence has been rewarded having achieved supplier status on the newly launched NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) ‘Digital Workplace Solutions’ (formerly Link: IT Solutions) framework - one of only 28 who achieved the high standards and required grade following a thorough and vigorous vetting process.
August 3, 2020

eacs launches 24/7 Managed Services support

July 16, 2020

Virtual CEO Forum, East Anglia

July 15, 2020

Interview With Kevin Timms, Chairman & Chief Executive, eacs

June 25, 2020

Comms Business Live – Raising Finance during COVID

eacs in the news

June 9, 2020

Disposal or Recycle

So how can you securely dispose of your old or unused IT devices and hard drives? Every company wants to save the planet or at the very least would like to make a difference, but in these modern times with so much legislation and so many rules to adhere to how do you do it in an environmentally but secure way? With the continued growth of IT equipment to help with remote working, what do you have planned for your old or decommissioned assets? So much to consider and think about. Devices can potentially hold information equivalent to approximately 1,000,000 documents, so ensuring that this information is wiped completely, and everything is securely disposed of should be a key element of any disposal decision. Then there is the environmental impact to consider. Most devices contain enough heavy metals and toxic elements to pollute our air, land and water. They therefore simply can’t be put but in the “recycling or wheelie bin”, they must be disposed of in a responsible and environmentally friendly way. eacs has a number of solutions available which can help you simplify this process and ensure that you stay compliant and green, while still meeting GDPR regulations
June 7, 2020

Cyber Security Month

Staying secure against ransomware isn’t just about having the latest security solutions. People are invariably the weakest link in cyber security, with human error causing 90% of cyber data breaches in 2019 according to government figures, and cybercriminals are experts at exploiting normal human behaviours for their own personal gain. Therefore, good IT security practises are essential components of every organisation’s security setup.
May 19, 2020
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Exchange 2010 End of Support

Technologies that Microsoft provide are maintained through security and other patches, fixes, updates and support. But their support only lasts for a clearly defined period of time. A typical Microsoft product lifecycle lasts 10 years from the date of the product’s initial release, and the end of this lifecycle is known as the product’s end of support, in which Microsoft will no longer provide updates or support of any kind. For Exchange Server 2010, that time is coming this October. Staying on an unsupported software is a more dangerous practice than you may think. When extended support ends, you’re no longer receiving any kind of updates. And therefore, you’re vulnerable. End of support can result in vulnerabilities being exposed that impact your business: No More Security Updates: this leaves businesses vulnerable to all kinds of malware and malicious activity. No New Documentation: guidance and best practices will no longer be produced; access to support and experts will be limited. Increased Compliance Risks: running outdated or unsupported products could be a quick ticket out of compliance, based on your specific industry. Do your homework and be prepared to make the transition ahead of time. PCI DSS - if the systems are not patched and not supported then the business is potentially non-compliant If you are Cyber Essentials certified - if your Exchange Server is not supported and not patched, you are not compliant with the advice to “keep your devices and software up to date” and potentially non-compliant at your next audit Your installation of Exchange 2010 will continue to run after this date but as bug fixes will not be provided, this will create risk to the usability and stability of the server. Due to all of the reasons listed above, we strongly recommend that you migrate from Exchange 2010 as soon as possible. What are the options? We hear a lot of security concerns in IT, but this one is completely avoidable with proactive planning. You have time if you act now. The end of support deadline for Exchange Server 2010 is Tuesday October 13, 2020.
May 19, 2020
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Office 365 Secure Cloud Backup Options

Although a cloud solution provides highly available, globally accessible services and removes the requirement to manage and patch local file and application servers it does not provide backup protection for your data in the event of corruption or deletion. Therefore, a backup for Office 365 is highly recommended to protect that data migrated into the cloud, by backing up a copy of your data to an alternate location.
May 12, 2020
Apple Data Transfer

Escape from ‘Remo-vid’

May 6, 2020

How Data can be a great asset!

eacs Blogs

As an award winning and trusted provider of IT solutions to mid market organisations, we want to share our thoughts on a range of topics that will be affecting you on a daily basis.

Our thought provoking blogs are written by our highly experienced and knowledgeable team members and will be updated on a regular basis, ensuring they are relevant and touching upon real issues in the IT community.

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