Businesses have faced uniquely challenging times throughout the year. However, in 2021 the latest business challenge might be a little bit more familiar. Yes, compliance issues are set to rear their ugly head again in the new year.
Remote working throughout the year has created a new challenge for businesses. Keeping track of employee productivity is a more difficult task when employees work from home.
2020 has been a tough year for businesses. March saw us rush into lockdown and into a world of remote working that was completely new to many. That rushed nature meant work from home setups were not secure as they needed to be.
Almost half of UK businesses reported having any kind of cybersecurity breach or attack in the last 12 months. That is data from the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2020 run by the Government.
October is European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM). While you might not be rushing to put up the decorations and hang the bunting ECSM has an important message behind it.
2020 has seen a massive disruption to normal working practices. Remote working is still prominent across the country. Almost all businesses are looking for ways to save money.
Remote working look's like it will continue to play a big part in our immediate future. With the PM's latest advisement on working from home, possibly in place for another 6 months, remote working looks like it's here to stay.
350,000 malware versions are identified every day. While your business might have protection in place does that protection cover your staff's PC or laptop?
2020 has changed the way a lot of us work. Nearly half of the UK workforce has been working from home this year. Businesses have suddenly been spread out over the country.
Office phone systems are not something most businesses have ever had to think much about. You usually had a choice of landline provider but that was about it.
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