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Greenfrog assist Police Cyber Crime Unit

Greenfrog were recently approached by the Police Cyber Crime unit to assist in a ransomware incident. In this case the attackers found a loophole and broke into the system, encrypting the customer’s data. Greenfrog were not directly involved in the day-to-day running of the system, however the client had retained us for backup.  We were […]

Superhero response times

We don’t normally expose ourselves but if you were to look “under the skin” you’ll find we live and breathe computers. One of our latest clients has been amazed that our response time is measured in minutes not days. They tell us their previous IT support firm would answer the phone within 3 rings but […]

Backup and disaster recovery, what’s right for my business?

Backup and Disaster recovery, what do I need to know? The phone rings I recognised the number immediately. Seconds earlier the same company had finally sent me over the signed paperwork so we could begin working together.  Something didn’t feel right. “It’s happened hasn’t it Catherine?”  I answered without even saying hello. “yes” was the […]

Network health check – what do I need to know?

A network health check is part of the Greenfrog customer journey. It’s a great way for us to get to know your team and understand the technology in your business. During this blog I will highlight what our team are looking for and how the answers can aid your IT decision making. Customer Journey Here’s […]

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), countdown to May

Greenfrog Computing are pleased to announce a date for our 5th GDPR seminar of 2017. On 24th January 2018 we open our doors to friends both old and new to discuss the GDPR legislation in detail. Joining us for the event are close partners and friends Liam Kenealy (Spencers Solicitors) and Rob Fearnley (ESET) Liam […]

GDPR and technology. 7 Simple steps closer to compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation GDPR is just around the corner, and by May 2018 your business will have had to make changes to the way you acquire, manage, share and delete data. It replaces the 1995 data protection directive and the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) will enforce the legislation. Steve Wood, head of policy […]