Where is your business data and how secure is it? We regularly talk about cybersecurity and the need to make sure your systems secure. However, one item that rarely gets mentioned is the actual data sitting behind your companies IT systems. The majority of...
WFH and Cybersecurity The 2020 IT dilemma The situation of COVID-19 is worsened, and companies more than ever are forced to enforce work-from-home methodology to maintain the business operations. However many employees have never worked remotely and do not know the...
How to secure your business smartphone in 5 minutes How much company data do you store on your smartphone? How much company data do your employee’s store on their smartphones? When it comes to mobile device security, it’s usually an afterthought. ...
In a post lockdown world do you still need servers? Do you still need servers in a cloud computing world? The simple answer is yes – in this article, we’re going to outline precisely why sometimes a server is still needed to perform certain critical...
Teams Vs Zoom which one do you use? Microsoft has been playing catchup with Zoom since the lockdown started. A massive influx to both the platforms saw a focus of attention on the two popular software service. Many times we’re asked which should we use? Which...
The Perfect WFH Transition? March 2020 saw many businesses transition from an office environment to a work from home operation. From a business technology perspective, I’m sure you’ve learnt some lessons on what could have made the transition smooth. The...
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