Technology moves fast. So the right IT company for your business 5 years ago might not be the right fit today. As your business grows your needs and demands will change as well. Not all IT providers can keep up with those new needs.
In just a couple of months, the popular operating system Windows 7 reaches end of life. If you are a business still using Windows 7 on any of your machines you should know exactly what end of life means.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. Kent comes alive at the festive season with fun activities across the county. There are markets aplenty, and many opportunities to meet Father Christmas himself.
Remote and mobile working is now commonplace. For some employees, it's even an expectation. There are benefits for both the business and its staff for using a mobile workforce.
What would you do if your business was no longer able to work? Do you know the steps you need to take to bring your core functions back online? Major disruptions can hit a business at any time so knowing how to keep your business working could be the difference between the business surviving or not.
The saying goes 'you don't know what you don't know'. It's a simple saying but it's very true, especially so for IT. You shouldn't have to be an IT expert to be able to run a business. You outsource your IT, but how do you know you've chosen the right people?
Almost a third of small businesses in the UK don't have any cybersecurity plan in place. That is according to new research from Business in the Community. That wasn't the only surprising takeaway from the report.
Cyber attacks can be complex but in our experience, most are actually quite simple and just exploit basic weaknesses.
Your business might rely on internal IT staff or an outsourced provider for your cybersecurity. But just because you don't handle your cybersecurity yourself, doesn't mean you should have blind faith that all is well.
It seems we can't go a week without seeing news of a major cyber incident or data breach online. The theft of data is becoming commonplace. It is predicted 33 billion records will be stolen by 2023.
Network security firm Untangle ran a survey of small and medium-sized businesses and found that 80 per cent of SMBs rank IT security as their top business priority.
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