One of the most common challenges we see within business is the use of multiple systems, none of which can talk to each other.
It’s a barrier to progress and can definitely impact productivity.
A phone that cannot communicate with mobile, or cannot send emails or SMS provides roadblocks.
A desktop chat application that cannot talk to mobile or send an SMS to a tablet slows you down.
These are challenges unified communications are designed to overcome.Read More
The UK’s cyber security body, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has released a new version of their cloud guidance for British business and organisations planning to migrate to the cloud.
The refreshed cloud guidance has been brought right up to date and is designed to provide relevant information for decision makers planning to move to the cloud.Read More
A zero-day bug called ‘Follina’ is actively exploiting installed versions of Microsoft Office.
The vulnerability has been spotted in the wild being used by Chinese hackers to target the Tibetan community. This flaw is about much more than just politics though.
It affects Office 2013 and 2016, installed versions only.
As far as we can tell, Office 365 is not impacted.Read More
If you’re fortunate enough to run a business that has expanded into multiple locations or run a business with multiple branches, protecting them all can be a challenge.
You either have to manage each site individually and assign responsibilities across the estate or invest in more expensive systems that can manage multiple locations.
Or do you? What if there was another way?
What if you could allow each location to run their own business their own way while being able to maintain oversight and ensure each branch was fully protected?
That’s where the cloud comes in.
Cloud solutions offer a range of advantages for multi-branch businesses but we’ll outline just a few.Read More
With everyone spending more time and money on the internet, protecting yourself and your customers is essential.
Unfortunately, most small business owners are too busy coping with day to day tasks to spend time learning about cyber security or how threat vectors work.
But there are things every small business can do.
We’ll outline 5 things every small business can do to protect themselves and their customers.Read More