Technology News from the LIS Helpdesk

Bad Management Habits

Time for a TED Talk: How to break bad management habits now

 

Companies are counting on their future leaders to manage with more speed, flexibility and trust than ever before. But how can middle managers climb the corporate ladder while also challenging the way things have always been done? Leadership expert Elizabeth Lyle offers a new approach to breaking the rules while you’re on your way up, sharing creative ways organizations can give middle managers the space and coaching they need to start leading differently.

#management #education #business #leadership

The First Email

Can you believe it was 48 years ago that the first ever email was sent (wonder if it was spam…)? This is the man who sent it. If you are cursing the junk you receive as a consequence then you need our Antispam Service rather than being cross with Ray Tomlinson.

#computerhistory #emails #tech #IT #business

 

Ray Tomlinson sends the first ever email in 1971, bringing electronic messaging to the masses and revolutionising the way we communicate.

 

YouTube Criminal Tutorials Condemned

Police have condemned online cyber crime tutorials that anyone can access. This is why it’s so important to have a very high level of protection for your business.  LIS can build, manage and maintain your defences but no wall is perfect especially if you publish the instructions on how to bypass it! US government take note…

 

Police chiefs have criticised YouTube for broadcasting ?tutorials? for cyber-criminals ? and revealed that hundreds of extra officers will be deployed to tackle Britain?s soaring digital crime wave.

 

Cyber Crime. Are you Exposed?

Cyber crime: so simple anyone can do it? If you’re worried your business is at risk, let us audit your system and help you sleep better at night.

Call our helpdesk or email us to get started https://www.lisltd.co.uk/contact.

#cybercrime #hacking #security

Hacker groups are too numerous to count ? and the easy, inexpensive availability of malware quickly disseminates the sophisticated work of one malefactor to a broad audience of less savvy script kiddies who are all too willing to exchange their hard-earned crypto for malware on the Dark Web.