Protect Your Property Before It's Too Late: 6 Safety Tips For Large Homes

We all aspire to move from our one-bed starter home to a larger house – the bigger the house, the more space you enjoy. But one downside to a larger home, is the security - with so much space for intruders to sneak around and so many ways for them to enter your home – how do you ensure they stay out? Perhaps, so far you have been lucky, but it is better to be safe than sorry – homes with no security measures are five times more likely to be burgled than those with simple ones – so, protect you property before it is too late! Tip 1: Don’t hide your keys outside your house We all worry about...

Don’t Be A Victim: Defending Against Ransomware

Ransomware should be scaring us more than it is . It is becoming increasingly invasive, increasingly common, and they aren’t just attacking individuals and small businesses anymore they are attacking hospitals and law enforcement agencies (who apparently don’t follow their own “don’t pay blackmail advice”). It won’t be long until we can measure these attacks in lives lost. One successful attack at a critical time during the normal operation of a hospital could deny patents timely medication or force mistakes that could easily cost lives. There, of course, is the common advice not to pay these...

The internet is all set to replace your phone number – The changing face of the calling industry

For most people using smartphones, calling and chatting on the phone has become a thing of past. One among five adults owning a smartphone ever use their phones to make calls. Yes, it’s true that conversations are no longer done through phones as there are lots of additional options for chatting with people. As per an accountancy firm Deloitte , among a survey done with 4000 adults, it was found out that 25% of those who had a smartphone hadn’t used to for make a single call through their mobile network in an entire week. This showed a steady decline from the statistics revealed three years...