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Bugs & Hackers – Top Targets in 2015

December 24th, 2015

It’s estimated that 96% of all corporations have been hacked – and the list includes a surprising number of well-known names. Here’s our round-up of famous firms (and faces) who have been targeted by the career cybercriminals this year:   British Airways, Merseyside Police, Wirral Council, The Conservative Party, Crimestoppers (and 300 others) – all…

Christmas Hours

November 17th, 2015

Office Hours over the Festive Season Christmas Eve December 24: Open until 12 noon Christmas Day December 25: Closed December26 2015 – January 3 2016: Closed Open as normal on Monday January 4 2016 All support contract clients are welcome to use their dedicated phone number in case of emergency during this time. Ghost Computer Services wishes…

We Love Essex – Chelmsford

November 5th, 2015

We’re loving Chelmsford at the moment – and as we find out more about the business community, we find ourselves hearing a lot of interesting facts about the town and its history… Chelmsford is deemed to be the birthplace of radio: inventor Guglielmo Marconi opened the world’s first wireless factory there in 1899. Chelmsford was…

We Love Essex – Brentwood

October 9th, 2015

It’s fun, it’s buzzing and it’s the pinnacle of pilgrimage for TOWIE fans – and it’s got a lot of exciting business opportunities going on there. Today we are extending a big hello to our Brentwood contacts both old and new and sharing what we’ve discovered about their town… Gilstead Hall, in nearby South Weald,…

We Love Essex – Loughton

September 29th, 2015

Although Ghost Services is now happily ensconced in Harlow, we never forget our Loughtonian roots. There’s been a settlement in that area since before the Romans arrived – and we are proud to be providing the town’s business community with IT services today in the 21st century. We found out some interesting snippets about Loughton while…

Savvy Security for Smartphone Addicts

September 29th, 2015

Smartphones – they’re like part of the human body, aren’t they? Part everyday communication tool, part business asset, part entertainment centre, part comfort blanket,  they’ve become so ubiquitous as to be indispensable. But you have to unplug yourself, put it down and leave it alone sometimes… and that’s where your phone or tablet can be…


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