Microsoft give users’ final warning about XP Microsoft have adopted a no-nonsense approach to warn XP users that the operating system is soon to be unsupported. Although Microsoft have been discussing the end of XP for a couple of years, a dialogue box (below) is being used to raise awareness […]
Akita Systems are delighted to formally announce two new additions to our expanding team. Niki Johnson (MAAT) has joined Akita as Head of Finance, bringing a wealth of experience across a number of industries including FMCG, Construction, Finance and Technology. Qualified to AAT Level 4, Niki will be crucial in […]
Despite the huge growth in Cloud Computing, there are still a few misconceptions which may be preventing some organisations from embracing the opportunities it offers. The historical comfort-blanket of having data and application on a physical server (often left sweating away in a dusty cupboard or under a desk!) is […]
With the increasing popularity of ‘smart’ devices that connect such things as fridges, TVs, multi-media centres, and central heating thermostats to the internet, it was inevitable that there would soon be stories of security issues. Indeed, only last week the BBC reported that a fridge had been caught sending spam […]
We would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and a fantastic 2014
There’s a lot of computer-related news in the air at the moment – some public, and some not so. You probably saw that yesterday’s Google Doodle was of computer pioneer Grace Hopper. United States Navy Rear Admiral Grace Hopper is well known as being a member of the team that […]
Akita are on the look-out for a dynamic and friendly engineer…
IPv6 and what it means for IP addresses in the future – are you IPv6 aware?