154 days ago

Heimdal Security Software.

Highbourne IT & Web Solutions Ltd


Heimdal Security software is a proactive solution used to combat the rise of ransomware that is targeting both businesses and home users without conscience at an exponential rate.

Antivirus looks for files and actions, whereas Heimdal Security software looks at traffic in and out of your computer. It is used as an extra layer of protection to run alongside your current antivirus software for a more advanced defence system against second generation malware, preventing the payload from hackers from ever being delivered by blocking any dangerous traffic to the payload server.

Contact Highbourne IT & Web Solutions for more information.

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7 hours ago

15 more chances to win...

Santa in the Suburbs

You will have noticed that our Neighbourly blue-feathered Santa has been giving out presents right across New Zealand, yet the Santa sack is still full!

Enter the daily draw by finding the secret Santa code hidden within a post on your Neighbourly newsfeed and enter it on our Santa in the Suburbs competition page.

Don't miss today's prize - a luxurious night in the executive suite of the Heritage Hotel.
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7 hours ago

Today's secret Santa code!

Santa in the Suburbs

You've found the code so you can head through to our competition page to enter. Today's prize is not to be missed... a night in the luxurious Executive Suite of the Heritage Hotel.

3 days ago

Council cracks down on 120 unconsented central Christchurch car parks

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Christchurch’s city centre is awash with “dirty, dusty, gravel pits” and the council has had enough.

About 120 car parks within the four avenues are potentially operating without the necessary consent, stifling the city’s revitalisation.

The Christchurch City Council will this month send letters to owners of those sites, giving them 90 days to either cease their operations or apply for and be granted a resource consent.

If they fail to do so, the council could issue owners with a $300 fine and issue an abatement notice to cease the activity. Owners who ignore the notice could face court action. Read more here.