Critical Hardware and Business Applications Can Fail

Critical Hardware and Business Applications can Fail

One of the most alarming things about the nature of any company’s IT infrastructure is that a lot of the time you don’t realise there’s a problem until it’s too late. Critical hardware and business applications can fail, and nobody knows anything about it until the damage is already done. Fixing things retroactively is a time-consuming and costly process, and can keep your systems out of action for periods of time when you really should be getting on with the day-to-day running of your business. Spotting these things when they first occur is a vital first step in tackling them and reducing downtime and negative effects on your bottom line.


tech monitoring for small busines

At 39 Degress Services, we offer 24-hour remote network monitoring, meaning we can prevent problems occurring in the first place. Potential hardware issues can be predicted by utilising trend analysis, and we can advise on where investment in upgrades is required.


24 hour offsite tech support

Our customised dashboard is monitored twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, allowing us to keep track of everything from your apps to your network security. We will keep a close eye on your CPU usage, disk space and memory utilisation to make sure that everything is running as well as it possibly can – and that it will continue to do so.


connectivity problems business

The importance of maintaining a regular schedule of backups is well understood, and we will ensure that this is adhered to guaranteeing the safety of your most valuable data, whether you require a daily, weekly or monthly backup. Network connectivity issues can also problematic, and we will monitor your usage, stability and Wi-Fi effectiveness. Monthly performance report emails will keep you abreast of our findings, though of course if any issues arise we will contact you at the time in order to ensure that you don’t lose any productivity due to unnecessary downtime.

We also offer cloud storage solutions, and we can take care of your cyber security as well, while ensuring all your data usage is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation. Contact us today to discuss your IT requirements and we will provide you will the solution.

If your company requires out-sourced IT support contact 39 Degress today by calling 01279 800039 and speak to an expert about your requirements in further detail. Alternatively, fill in our online contact form or visit our website here.






Facebook Security Breach: October 2018

Facebook Security Breach:
October 2018


On Tuesday 25th September 2018, Facebook was the victim of a cyber-attack, which has affected over 30 million Facebook users. This attack is the worst security breach that Facebook has been the victim of, with the hackers successfully accessing the personal data of 29 million Facebook accounts.

Facebook has launched an investigation into this cyber-attack, after discovering that the attackers had obtained tokens from the system, which allows them to request certain information from the platform.

The hackers have accessed a range of information from these users, including their personal information and contact details. For around 15 million users, the attackers obtained their usernames and contact details, and this includes their phone numbers and email addresses.

For the other 14 million Facebook accounts, the hackers accessed the above information, as well as their gender, language, relationship status, religion, hometown, current city, birthdate, education and more.

Facebook users can check whether they have been affected by the attack by visiting their Help Centre. Victims should also have received a message from Facebook themselves, informing whether you are 1 of the 30 million, and explaining which information may have been accessed.


Cyber Security for your business

Here at 39 Degress, we believe that cyber security is paramount for running a business. If large organisations are vulnerable to security breaches, it’s important that you are protected from cybercrime.

With our Cyber Security services, we’ll help protect your business against the latest ransomware, malware, hackers and other threats, and ensure that you avoid becoming the victim of cybercrime. Ghost will also ensure that your business-critical data is secure and that your business complies with ISO27001 and GDPR regulations.

Our Cyber Security services include PEN testing, anti-virus and anti-malware, 2-factor authentication, email security and even Certified Cyber Security training for your workforce. To find out more about how Ghost can help improve your cyber security capabilities, call our team today on 01279 800039 and speak directly with one of our experts, who can help you prevent a cybercrime from occurring. You can also find out more by visiting our Managed Cyber Security services page.