Welcome to the Network Defence blog
This is where you’ll find our latest views and industry news, technology trends and all that’s happening in the world of Network Defence.
Visit us often to keep up to date with the latest and greatest, browse white papers and videos, and hear from our key technology partners.
We'd also love to hear your opinions, so join the conversations and share your knowledge with other like-minded individuals.
Protect your business from Cryptolocker
Friday November 22, 2013
Cryptolocker is a nasty piece of malware which encrypts user data and then asks for money to decrypt this (ransomware). This blog post discusses ways to prevent infection and what to do if you are infected.
New home for Network Defence
Monday June 17, 2013
Network Defence has a new home! We're delighted to announce that the team has relocated to a new purpose-built facility at Daresbury Park, Warrington; a state-of-the-art facility built to accommodate the delivery of our secure managed services.
Visit us at the iLinks Innovations Annual Conference & Exhibition!
Monday May 6, 2013
We will be exhibiting at the iLinks Innovations Annual Conference & Exhibiton on Wednesday 22nd May at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool. This prestigious event is organised by local Trusts and strategic partners and aims to showcase new and emerging technologies and their potential benefit to the Merseyside Health Economy.
Network Defence moving office!
Thursday March 28, 2013
We are pleased to announce that Network Defence will be moving to a new office location at Daresbury Park, Warrington in June this year. This marks the success of hard work, dedication and growth over the years which we are proud to showcase to our customers.
The move towards a converged infrastructure
Tuesday February 26, 2013
I’ve spent a lot of time recently thinking about convergence. It strikes me that the networking industry has historically tended towards convergence in lots of areas. I’m old enough to remember token ring (and even arcnet) and ultimately Ethernet won the day. When I started in networking, I needed to bridge and route protocols such as TCP/IP, DECnet, IPX/SPX, SNA and OSLAN to name but a few. Of course TCP/IP is now the standard protocol for all but the most specialised network applications.