Happy birthday to us – Computer Geeks turns 10 years old!

Happy birthday to us – Computer Geeks turns 10 years old!

We’re super excited that December 15th will see us celebrate 10 years in business! As we reach this milestone it’s good to reflect on how far we’ve come. The business began in Bristol, after our managing director Nick Richards studied Computer Science at the...
The Risks Behind An Unmonitored Server

The Risks Behind An Unmonitored Server

The Internet is a powerful tool and in today’s digital age, most businesses rely heavily on their IT infrastructure to carry out their everyday functions. However, there are risks associated with accessing the Internet. These can cause serious technical issues to your...
Computer Geeks announce a new Company Video

Computer Geeks announce a new Company Video

Recently there was a hive of activity in the Geeks office as an array of cameras, lights and production staff from Business Film Booth (Huge thanks to Dave Foulkes and Ed Lawrence) joined the Computer Geeks team at our Bristol HQ, with the aim of producing a new...
Cloud Security – How Your Business’s Data Is Protected

Cloud Security – How Your Business’s Data Is Protected

Ever asked a question without wanting to know the truthful answer? Many businesses feel the same, which is why only around 10% of the world’s data is stored within the Cloud. Many businesses are interested in Cloud computing and Cloud storage, but they do not like the...
Computer Geeks announce new company video and brochure

Computer Geeks announce new company video and brochure

An Exciting Time For Geeks It’s been an exciting and busy few months for the Computer Geeks team, as the company continues to grow. Last month saw a hive of activity in the Geeks office as an array of cameras, lights and production staff joined the Geeks team with the...
Security Threats in 2019

Security Threats in 2019

Remember HeartBleed? You will probably remember it if your company was hacked in the five years before the world was notified of the issue. The worrying thing is that the HeartBleed vulnerability was a well-known and beloved part of the hacking community, and yet it...