Crazy Pages and Crazy Pages - GoConnect

These are trading names used by Matthew Morgan.

For IT Services

Hosted Email

Websites

Broadband

Business Class WiFi

IP Telephony

High Definition CCTV

External Intruder Alarm Systems

Please explore my website, to see what we can do for you

Crazy Pages - Connecting People With Technology

 

Crazy Pages WiFi and Wireless Point to Point Systems

Thanks to our recent Partnership with a supplier of Ubiquity Wireless Networking Equipment, we can now offer Business Class WiFi, and Point To Point Ethernet, Bridged Broadband.

PTP Internet / Ethernet allows us to get High Speed Broadband to Places not covered by BT's FTTC (infinity) products.

The nature of PTP does mean, that we need a Clear Line Of Sight between the Host and the Client.

Basically, if you can see a property or business that you suspect can get Significantly better Broadband service than you, then we will negotiate with them
to Provide and install PTP connectivity.

This would mean you pay for a Fast Broadband Connection at the host premises and we then Beam it to yours (and your neighbours if required)

Get in touch now if you would like a free survey.

Speeds upto 150Mbps or above, only limited by YOUR budget.

 

Our View on Ransomware

Ransomware is a virus that infects your PC, and encrypts your important docs, mostly, word, excel PDF's and images, making them totally unreadable!!

There is usually a request for money to paid, in order to get the documents 'unlocked'

There is no guarantee of this being successful even if you do pay, and it is likely the money, will go to other criminals.

If you have a backup running, you may still not be safe, as a lot of backups rely on an external hard Drive, or USB stick plugged into the PC.

One of the Golden Rules, is, that if you can view the files from your PC then the Virus can attack and encrypt them.

What can be done?

As well as the normal common sense actions, of having a good AV program, Installed, active and up to date, and avoiding clicking on links in emails, or opening unexpected attachments, and not going on to dubious websites,

Then the best measure is to have multiple backup devices. If you can afford 7 - then back up to a different device per day. 

This gives you 6 or 7 days of backup, so even if you do not notice you have a virus for 3 or 4 days, you still have known good backup versions of your files on one or two other backup devices.

My Backup is in the Cloud. Am I safe ?

Another approach is to Cloud Backup your data.

Be aware though, that if your cloud backup does not have a "versions" facility, (this is where you have numerous copies of the same data done on different days), then if, for example, you back up to the cloud on Monday,

then you get a Virus, that you fail to notice on the Tuesday, then your Wednesday backup, will simply replace your good backup in the Cloud, with Encrypted versions, due to the Virus.

Our Cloud Backup Service has "Versions" available as Standard, so get in touch NOW, IF you value your data!