Grant McGregor News

How much should IT support cost?

January 13 2020

The old maxim that “you get what you pay for” is true in so many service professions.

While it might be less obvious in terms of IT support, it’s likely to be a much more critical relationship for your business.


Predictions 2020

December 30 2019

At this time of year, it’s traditional to reflect on the year that’s been and think about the year ahead. What can we do better in 2020? And what does the year have in store for us?

Here are some of the Grant McGregor team’s predictions for 2020.


How to be a savvy web user this festive season

December 20 2019

With fraudsters looking to take advantage of online shoppers by creating fake websites and selling counterfeit goods, the best way to avoid getting caught out is to be a savvy internet user! Here we have provided a guide on how to stay safe online over the festive period.


Season’s Greetings!

December 20 2019

We’ve got that Christmas feeling… read on to find out what festive things Grant McGregor have been up to and what our opening hours this Christmas are.


The Cyber Essentials Policies Your Business Needs

December 09 2019

Cyber Essentials is a UK Government scheme that all businesses and NFP organisations should undertake.

It helps you to ensure that you have the basic security systems and processes in place to help mitigate a cyber-attack.


Does Better the Devil You Know Hold True for IT Support?

November 25 2019

The maxim “better the devil you know” has a sidekick: “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.

In today’s world of fast-paced change, increasingly competitive markets and evolving security threats, both phrases are outliving their usefulness.


The 8 Warning Signs that Indicate You Need to Switch Your IT Provider

November 11 2019

There are many reasons why a managed service provider can fall short. And there are an equal number of reasons why you shouldn’t put up with poor service.

If any of these warning signs sound familiar, perhaps it is time to consider whether you need to switch to a new IT Support partner, also now commonly called an MSP (Managed Service Provider).