Have a think for a second… what’s the worst thing that could happen to your business’s premises? Burglary? Fire? Flood? OK, statistically it’s pretty unlikely that something bad would happen. But if it did, the speed at which your business gets back up and running, totally depends on how much preparation you have done. There’s […]
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Sorry. It’s a post about Brexit 🙄 I read that UK growth slowed sharply in the final three months of 2018, thanks to increased anxiety around Brexit. If you’re among the many business leaders worried about the impact of Brexit on your business, this article may be of interest. https://smallbusiness.co.uk/preparing-brexit-planning-2546591/ If there’s any part of […]
Did you know that cyber crime is now the number one threat to UK businesses? It costs the economy £27 billion a year. Ouch. So we all need to take a no-nonsense approach to online security. A password alone is no longer enough to keep your business-critical data safe. Because most of the time, it’s […]
I’m sending this to you just in case it’s useful. Because one of our jobs as your IT support company is to make sure your technology set up stays fit for purpose. My team and I have written a brand new guide called How to Upgrade Your IT Infrastructure with Confidence. It’s full of practical […]
Does your business have a customer journey map? What is it? It’s a simple concept that can make a dramatic improvement to your customer service.
Have you heard about multi-factor authentication? Wait… don’t delete this email! It’s not techno babble. It’s actually a very smart way to protect your business.
Windows 7 was such a great operating system. But its life is coming to an end. From January, Microsoft will no longer be supporting it. And that will have serious implications for your business… even if just one of your computers still uses Windows 7.
The vast majority of UK businesses are now using the cloud in some form. This means data and apps that can safely be accessed anywhere, by any authorised person. Great for flexibility and increased productivity.
It seems like a long time ago since GDPR came in, doesn’t it? But it’s only now that the first prosecutions and fines are starting to appear. At the moment it’s mostly big organisations doing big stupid things that are being reported on the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website. In our view, it’s only a […]
OK, so it’s only just turned 2019. But we want you to look ahead to next January, in 2020. Because there’s a major software problem on the way… and it’s going to affect half of all businesses and organisations.