This month, our jargon busting blog takes a look at Microsoft's Office 365 package. What is it, and do you need it?
A new wave of wifi devices have been hitting the shelves over the past few months. They are designed to solve the problem of poor wifi reception when your main router is not up to the task of covering a large house / office. They use a technology called "mesh networking". So what is this technology, and do you need it?
This month's jargon busting blog is slightly different. Rather than explaining a concept, we're going to just list a series of abbreviations that are frequently used online along with their meanings. Of course, the nature of these things means that they evolve on an almost minute-by-minute basis, so some might be out of date before I've finished typing it!
As you may have seen on the news recently, there are reports that O2's customer data have been "sold on the dark net". The concept of the "Dark net" or "Dark web" is cropping up more and more, so what is it?