Season's greetings - wishing all our readers well

We hope you all get to have fun and relax during the festive period and holidays

Kitten with santa hat

Team IT Pro have headed off for our Christmas breaks, but we wanted to still wish all our readers a very happy Christmas and New Year celebrations.

We know that 2020 has been a very strange and challenging year for us all so we are off to recharge our much-depleted batteries. We will be back refreshed and ready to report on all things tech from 4 January but if you want a little break from the festivities, or find a pause between the wrapping/unwrapping of presents, eating and making merry, we have some great articles lined up for you that will be published during the next two weeks. 

So, stay tuned to the site for all of the fantastic content we still have to offer you in 2020 and into 2021. 

And, of course, thank you so much for reading our content, listening to our podcast, and watching our webinars and videos - we remain, as always, receptive to your feedback so we can continue to deliver the advice and insight you want and need. 

Stay safe, stay well, stay happy - here's to a better 2021 from all of us here at IT Pro. 

Featured Resources

Become a digital service provider

How to transform your business from network core to edge

Download now

Optimal business results with the cloud

Evaluating the best approaches to hybrid cloud adoption

Download now

Virtualisation that enables choices, not compromises

Harness the virtualisation technology that's right for your hybrid infrastructure

Download now

Email security threat report 2020

Four key trends from spear fishing to credentials theft

Download now

Most Popular

How to recover deleted emails in Gmail
email delivery

How to recover deleted emails in Gmail

6 Jan 2021
What is a 502 bad gateway and how do you fix it?
web hosting

What is a 502 bad gateway and how do you fix it?

12 Jan 2021
150,000 arrest records accidentally deleted from police database
data management

150,000 arrest records accidentally deleted from police database

15 Jan 2021