Be honest – do the individuals in your team all use the same password(s)? Did you know that 80% of data breaches are traced back to weak passwords; or that, on average, thirty accounts with passwords are needed per person? It’s a lot, isn’t it?! Creating and managing...
As Axon hits 20 years in business, this seemed like a good time to catch up and reminisce with MD Tim Mears. Here’s what Tim thinks about Axon’s highlights and secrets to success. Q: How did Axon start out? A: Axon originally started out as a Microsoft training...
Wow, we can’t believe Axon has hit the 20-year mark! The past 20 years have been a blast and here are some of our highlights and how we’ve transitioned into the business we are today. We originally started out as a Microsoft training company, before moving to managed...
In our latest blog our Managing Director Tim shares his views on the recent Kaseya ransomware attack, security attacks in general and how to protect your business. What’s happened Last Friday, (July 2nd, 2021) you might have seen news about a security incident...
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