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March was another busy month in the Resolve office. It was International Women's Day and we celebrated the wonderful women that make up the Resolve team. Hannah interviewed them for the blog to find out what they enjoy about working in tech. There was also time for a Mario Kart competition, to raise money for Snowdrop. And of course, there were all the usual tech support shenanigans. Read on for all the updates...
Incoming security issues with Windows 7
In January 2020, Microsoft will no longer be supporting Windows 7. If you're a user of Windows 7, this doesn't mean your computer will no longer work, it will look exactly as it did before but it will be much more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Remember that Wannacry attack on the NHS? Well that was because they were running on an old operating system. Windows 10 never seemed so attractive! 
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New Resolve staff appear in the news
This lovely trio has been appearing all over the pages of Sheffield's media, popping up in The Star and unLTD Business. That's because 2019 has been the year for expansion. In fact, in the past three months we have grown by five members of staff to support the record breaking sales in 2018. In addition, two of the five are apprentices, which will help develop the next generation of IT experts.
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Cyber security needs to be top of agenda
Unsurprisingly, we see a lot of cyber security breaches. Usually, we are the first people to hear about it. And we hear about the ones that happen at SMEs, not just the ones that hit big business and appear in the headlines. With that in mind, we would highly recommend taking cyber security seriously. Andrew has even written a blog about the type of threats out there, and the solutions we offer.
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