Welcome to the first edition of Think About Business

Welcome to the first edition of Think I.T.'s client newsletter, Think About Business.

This is one of our three new publications.

Think About Business is a collection of business-related IT news, opinion and discussion generated by Think I.T. team members and our partners. We anticipate publishing every 4-6 weeks.

Think About Opportuntity is our regular roundup of special deals offered by distributors and manufacturers of hardware and software.We expect to publish fortnightly.

Think About Advisory is our irregular publication of warnings and alerts.

Think About Business is our way of keeping you informed of developments and trends and their relevance to your enterprise, as well as discussing some general business issues.

We welcome your input and feedback. Let us know what you like and don’t like. Tell us what you want to see being discussed or illuminated. The best “letter to the Editor” each edition will be rewarded with a bottle of something nice chosen by our resident Oenophile, Kerry Wilson.

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Kris Campbell
"When trouble arises, it's imperative to be back on the keys as quickly as possible. 90% of calls to the Helpdesk are resolved within 10 minutes."

Kris Campbell
Think I.T. Team

News

SCAM ALERT: COVID-19 Maps Used to Deploy Malware and Scrape Credentials

Scam linked to COVID-19 infographic map used to invade your computer and steal your data. Recently Cybersecurity company Reason labs released a threat analysis report, detailing a new attack that takes advantage of internet users’ increased appetite for information about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, that has now been categorised as a pandemic worldwide. This...  more...

Blog

The Top 5 Threats to Your IT Infrastructure

  With cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated, the security landscape is quickly changing. A recent study shows that small to medium-sized businesses globally are facing an increase in phishing attacks by 57%, compromised or stolen devices by 33%, and credential theft by 30%. New Zealand businesses in 2019 saw a 38% increase in reported cyber attacks...  more...