About Nathan Colyer-Long

Nathan Colyer-Long is CEO at Future Logic, holding a Bachelor of Science degree in IT and an MBA, he has been with the company for over 10 years. Nathan is an avid landscape photographer and loves to travel the world. If you would like to chat, send Nathan a LinkedIn request.
22 03, 2017
  • Backup Restore

Is it time to upgrade your Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution

Is it time to upgrade your backup and disaster recovery solution

Is it time to upgrade your backup and disaster recovery solution?

If you answer “no” to any of the following, it is.

7 12, 2016
  • Future Logic Video Promo

Why proactive managed services solutions are important to your business

Proactive Managed Services Solutions

Technology plays an important role in your daily operations and we are more and more dependent on modern technologies and systems.

While you might think of technology being secondary to you core business, the reality is that many companies would find hemselves at a complete standstill without it. IT failures impact

30 11, 2016
  • Helpful Tips

5 Tools Designed to Prevent Screen Fatigue & Boost Employee Productivity

Most if not all of us spend too much time in front of a screen. Computers, smartphones and tablets play an essential part in our daily lives and as a result, our relationship with technology can be bittersweet. As great as it is to have all of the information we ever needed right at our fingertips, our health and productivity depend on our ability to unplug.

23 11, 2016

11 Tips for More Secure Website Browsing

When end users venture out onto the Internet, it’s easy to get tangled up in the vast web of threats lurking on many website pages. Some of them are readily apparent, but others are well hidden.

Here are 11 Tips for More Secure Website Browsing

16 11, 2016
  • cyber security

Cybersecurity Tips for Employees Series (Week 7) – The Value of an MSP in ensuring Employee Cybersecurity

Partnering with a trusted Managed Services Provider (MSP) that understands IT security can bolster your cybersecurity defences.

This is especially true when it comes to end user error, as all the tools and solutions in the world won’t protect your business from every attack.

Human error is still one of the highest risk factors in a business, and many employees grow complacent at some point as they fail to follow best practices.

9 11, 2016
  • cyber security

Cybersecurity Tips for Employees Series (Week 6): Secure Website Browsing

When end users venture out onto the Internet, it’s easy to get tangled up in the vast web of threats lurking on many website pages. Some of them are readily apparent, but others are well hidden.

2 11, 2016
  • cyber security

Cybersecurity Tips for Employees Series (Week 5): Mobile Security

Mobile Security

Mobile security is increasingly becoming a big concern as more and more companies adopt Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environments, which allow end users to connect to corporate networks through their own (often multiple) devices. Even in cases where a business does not offer BYOD, end users often find a way to log onto