Providers of proactive IT Support Services in West Sussex

TechSolutions are specialist providers of Pro-Active IT Support, Cloud, Security, Connectivity and Data Centre to small and medium sized businesses across the South East.

For the majority of our customer base we provide fully managed outsourced IT support to businesses, schools and charities - one monthly fee which includes all monitoring and unlimited resources to our first-class support team.

Over the past 12-months our average response time is under 5 minutes and 98% of the cases are resolved in under 1 hour.

We have built our reputation as trusted advisors by working with our clients to address their individual business needs.
By delivering solutions for collaboration, security, business continuity and application support, we enable our clients to realise process improvements and gain maximum value from their investment in technology.

At TechSolutions we are proud to employ some of the industry’s most enthusiastic and dedicated people, without the team it would be impossible to provide the instant support to our customers.

Naked Security by Sophos

Password managers leaking data in memory, but you should still use one

Feb 21, 2019

Several popular password managers appear to do a weak job at scrubbing passwords from memory once they are no longer being used.

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Hacker Lauri Love denied bid to get computers back

Feb 21, 2019

Hacker Lauri Love has failed to get his computers back six years after UK’s National Crime Agency took them as part of a criminal investigation.

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Sorry, we didn’t mean to keep that secret microphone a secret, says Google

Feb 21, 2019

It's been off by default, Google says - not much consolation to those who don't cotton to the notion of a "secret" listening gadget.

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Facebook hoax? Can you sniff out gas station card skimmers using Bluetooth?

Feb 20, 2019

A viral post suggests (wrongly) that card skimmers always use Bluetooth. Anyway, just looking at nearby Bluetooth names doesn't help much...

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