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How TMB Is Keeping Services Running During The Coronavirus Crisis

These are extraordinary times, but we're working hard to keep things running as normal.


The ongoing coronavirus is quickly proving to be something of an acid test for the abilities of IT support companies. In recent days, TMB has been contacted by several business owners who are finding their current IT suppliers simply cannot meet the current demand for remote working. Thankfully, TMB is fully equipped and ready to help in this situation.

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Webinars: Powering Up Your Pegasus Software

We're hosting two live online demos of Opera 3 addons. Register today!


One of the great things about Pegasus Software solutions is how extensible they are. Sure, applications like Opera 3 are already excellent out of the box, but Pegasus understands that all businesses are different, and that it can't possibly cater for every single unique need they might have. That's why Opera 3 is built to be receptive to addons. To show just how effective this relationship can be, we're teaming up with software company Darklake Developments to host a pair of webinars that will include live demonstrations of powerful addons for Opera 3. Feel free to register for one or both of them. 

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Have You Thought About Remote Working And Cyber Security?

Working from home is great, but doing it securely is even better.


Being receptive to the idea of remote working is one thing; having the resources and technology to do it is quite another. And then there’s security. How do you open up your IT solutions to your workforce when they’re not in the office, without opening them up to the whole world? In other words, how do you successfully pull off both remote working and cyber security at the same time.

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How The Coronavirus Highlights The Need For Remote Working

When other businesses are breaking down, you can pick up the slack.


Aside from lots of scary headlines, one thing the coronavirus has generated plenty of is disruption. Offices and schools up and down the country are currently faced with the prospect of having to shut up shop, to help contain the virus and halt its spread. In such circumstances, businesses and other organisations would be wise to ensure they’re set up for remote working.

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Why Free Payroll Software Probably Isn’t Right For Your Business

It costs nothing, but you get what you paid for


For businesses on a limited budget, the idea of using free payroll software might seem appealing. It is, after all one less thing to pay for. But there are some good reasons why you might not want to, and why Opera 3 Payroll would be a better fit.

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MacBooks & Chromebooks: The End-of-life Problem

Thinking about getting MacBooks and Chromebooks for your business? Be careful, or you might be replacing them sooner than you want.


Both MacBooks and Chromebooks have grown in popularity in recent years, but the way they reach end of life could be a major drawback for businesses – particularly smaller organisations with limited budgets.

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Cybersecurity For Charities: Why Does It Matter?

Good causes means nothing to hackers


They may raise money for good causes, such as homeless people, the environment and endangered animals, but to criminals, charities are just another source of money to steal from. And with so much of their operations being carried out digitally, cybersecurity for charities is every bit as important as it is for businesses.

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What Is Microsoft SQL Server?

It’s the technology that powers myriad business applications, including Opera 3 SQL SE, but what is Microsoft SQL Server, when did it first appear, and what does it do? Find out in this potted guide.


History

The first version of Microsoft SQL Server was released 30 years ago, in 1989. Rather than Windows, though, it ran on the operating system OS/2, and it was developed in partnership with Sybase. It would go on to be released for Windows NT, with Microsoft later taking lead responsibility for the project. By 1994, Microsoft and Sybase had gone their separate ways, with the former creating SQL Server 6.0 by itself. From SQL Server 2016, only 64-bit processors have been supported, and the last version release was SQL Server 2019.

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Windows 7 And Windows Server 2008 Reach End Of Life In Less Than A Week

What should businesses do to make sure they're covered?


In less than a week, on Tuesday 14th January 2020, Microsoft will end extended support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Beyond this point, it will no longer issue security updates for any of these operating systems, having already stopped introducing new features when mainstream support ended.

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2020 Pegasus Seminars: Reserve Your Free Seats Today!

This year’s Pegasus seminar dates are now available!


As an award-winning Pegasus Software partner, with our own in-house Pegasus support team, TMB Group has a long history of showing businesses how to use solutions like Opera 3 effectively and efficiently. A major part of that is our Pegasus seminars, which we use to keep our customers up to date with the latest changes to their applications and to discuss relevant legislation. Now, we’re taking registrations for our latest Pegasus seminars, and this year we’re changing things up a bit – including opening up these free events beyond our existing Pegasus customer base.

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