North East Blog Directory

September 05, 2014


Happy Birthday Super Mondays

Happy BirthdayIt is true. Super Mondays is 6 years old this month having run over 60 events and had fascinating talks from almost 200 speakers.

To mark this we are going to have a celebration on the 22nd (our actual birthday) at Bar Loco, 22 Leazes Park Rd, NE1 4PG.

It does not matter if you have been to one event or most of them, you are most welcome so do come along. We will have a free buffet, a decent priced and well stocked bar, and perhaps a little entertainment.

Also if you are interested in sponsoring the event by putting some money behind the bar then please do get in touch.

Eventbrite - Happy Birthday Super Mondays

by supermondays at September 05, 2014 09:17 AM

September 01, 2014


Sonic Pi and Minecraft – slides

Sorry, no videos this time, but you can get Paul’s minecraft slides (containing various useful links) as a PDF file, or learn more about Sonic Pi from these links:

by supermondays at September 01, 2014 08:41 AM

August 26, 2014

Community IT Academy

How safe is your data?

How safe is your data?

Our new guide looks at the steps you should take to keep your data secure.

The IT industry has taken a few knocks recently with regard to security breaches, loss of data and virus attack.  People are rightly concerned if their data is secure, especially with a third party cloud provider.  It is true to say that no system is 100% secure and that the weakest element is often the human element but how safe is your data, and from what and whom do you need to protect it?

We are all happy handing our money over to a bank – so why are so few of us happy about handing over our data?  The only way to be 100% sure that no-one else can access your data is not to put it on a computer in the first place.  Any computer connected to a network and/or the internet is vulnerable, as is any that connects to removable media such as memory sticks. Any data is at risk wherever and however it is stored.

This guide helps you to understand the risks, whether you store documents on your desktop computer or online 'in the cloud'.  It suggests steps you can take to protect your organisation's data - covering topics such as passwords, malware, hardware failure, public wifi and hacking. 

Download the full guide: How safe is my data? (PDF 243kB)

This is one of a number of guides that we have produced to help voluntary and community organisations with technology.

For support with security or any other aspect of your organisation’s IT call Lewis Atkinson on 07958 482 509.

by (William Mortada) at August 26, 2014 02:28 PM

# This site is managed by the team at SuperMondays, is hosted by the team at Consilience and is maintained on github.