Seasonal Opening Hours - We will be closed from 3pm on the 21st December 2018 and will reopen on the 2nd January 2019
Meltdown and Spectre exploit critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. These hardware vulnerabilities allow programs to steal data which is currently processed on the computer. While programs are typically not permitted to read data from other programs, a malicious program can exploit Meltdown and Spectre to get hold of secrets stored in the memory of other running programs. This might include your passwords stored in a password manager or browser, your personal photos, emails, instant messages and even business-critical documents.
Meltdown and Spectre work on personal computers, mobile devices, and in the cloud. Depending on the cloud provider's infrastructure, it might be possible to steal data from other customers.
We are extremely proud to announce we are now one of only a handful of official Microsoft Surface resellers.
Microsoft have officially inducted us into the Surface reseller program and further shows our growing partnership with Microsoft as a Gold Partner.
Information surrounding the General Data Protection Regulation webinars we are offering in partnership with Sage as part of our Sage Partner Accreditation. These webinars have already proven extremely popular half of the available spaces from the 12th of December until May 2018 have already filled. (You don't even have to be a Sage customer)
Wishing all of our customers and suppliers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
We will be closed from 3pm on the 22nd December 2017 and will reopen on the 2nd January 2018
Our last shipping date to customers is the 21st December 2017.
Welcome to your Digitised Data Security guide in conjunction with Kodak alaris.
GDPR is a hot topic at the moment – in this FREE guide we see how it affects your printing and imaging needs. This guide explains how investment in digital transformation now can deliver savings and efficiencies across your business, as well as helping you to prepare for future regulatory compliance.
Google have started to ‘name and shame’ websites that are unencrypted (Do not have an SSL Security Certificate).
If your website has any kind of text input it will require an SSL certificate if you want to avoid the “Not Secure” warning in the address bar.
Download your free Midland Computers Security Review guide here and review your business security. This gives information on the government backed Cyber Essentials Scheme (this addresses five key topics that, when implemented correctly, can prevent around 80% of cyberattacks) and our very own recommendations and suggestions.