Windows 7 is ten years old, and Microsoft are retiring the product in its entirety. This means that there be no longer any updates. Businesses need to consider what they're going to do to move off it - because staying represents a real threat.
Cloud Service Specialist, Paul Gibbons, talks about January 2020's Windows 7 end of life, and what that means for businesses.
For thousands of young students, this week is the beginning of a formal learning journey that's going to last into their late teens and beyond.
Embracing new technologies, skilling up and proving expertise will for many become second nature as they embark on roles in fast paced environments, none more so that IT.
If you are running a business, it’s really important to ensure you have a reliable and easy to use creative solution by your side. So we are taking a look into two of the big market leaders, Googles G Suite and Microsoft Office 365. We will look at some of the key areas that differentiate between the two and see what benefits and features they have.
For schools' IT professionals, the countdown is on to a new academic term.
2020 brings with it a fresh new challenge - the imminent demise of Windows 7 Support. Although there are a range of options, sitting tight and doing nothing is no longer a viable plan.
Bags are packed and passport checked - we're on our way to Vegas.
Support for Microsoft Windows 7 will end in just 6 months. It's estimated that over a third of PCs are still running the operating system. There are a number of options, and deciding on the best course of action for your business is key to ensuring a safe, compliant and productive 2020.
On World Environment Day, the reality of how our consumption habits are impacting on the planet’s future is in the spotlight. However scrutinising our work practices should be a permanent fixture on the business agenda – not just a one day a year issue.
This week the team at The Hive have been taking a look at the Microsoft Surface Pro 6.
If you need to operate your business on the move, then this could be the device for you. It's light and can handle those day to day tasks. So the question is, is it Surface Pro or Surface No?
Aimed at people who need to work on the go, but with the power of Windows 10, The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 is a device which manages to combine lightweight portability with impressive processing power and battery life.
When the snow clouds gather, it’s essential to ensure your organisation, people and customers have the technology and support necessary to weather the storm.
Microsoft’s strategy aims to highlight the benefits of moving to a "cloud-first world", making it more financially advantageous to move away from an on-premise license model and into a cloud subscription model.
The ever present – and growing – threat of a data breach is high on the list of concerns that keeps senior managers awake at night. But what is a ‘breach’? And how is it likely to come about in today’s multi-employee, networked and distributed business?