This is going to affect 1 in 3 businesses. That could include yours
In 2020, some of the most commonly used business software is coming to the end of its life.
That means it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So if there are any problems with it, they won’t be fixed. It’s likely the software will be targeted by hackers. And your business will no longer be GDPR-compliant.
Cloud computing is great. But nowhere near as safe as you thought…
Cloud computing is amazing, isn’t it?
Where you can use software through your browser rather than having to download something. And access any data anywhere, on any device.
You might think that it’s really safe. That the software developers are one step ahead of the baddies. And it’s passed all sorts of rigorous security tests.
Sadly, you’d be wrong on all counts.
Bet you didn’t know you could do that in Office 365?
What? Loads of stuff.
Microsoft Office 365 has all sorts of wonderful features.
And I’m willing to bet there are loads of them you don’t even know about. Which could work wonders for your team’s productivity levels.
Would your business pass the 57 minute data security challenge?
Here’s a bold challenge for you. I’m confident that if I were to visit your business today, I’d find a weakness in your IT system within just 57 minutes.
I call this our 57 minute Data Security Challenge. I bet I can uncover a way to get into your system, or an unsafe working practice.
All I’ll do is ask you some questions and have a quick look at your computers, and the systems your staff are using.
Would your business pass the 3 beers test?
It’s a Thursday evening. You’ve travelled to meet some contacts, and had a great day.
The meeting is very productive, and turns into 3 beers and a meal. Great fun and the night quickly slips away from you.
You rush for a late train home, and on your commute back flick through a few emails and news articles on your phone. But it’s a warm carriage, and combined with a full stomach and the effects of a few beers, your eyelids start to droop…
Oh what a headache. GDPR is finally here. We’ve written a book to make it easy for you
Most businesses have been putting this off for years.
Putting what off? Implementing the new GDPR data protection laws. It finally comes into play on 25th May.
Like any piece of European legislation, it’s big and complicated and has a lot of pain if you get it wrong.
You don’t want an IT support company that fixes problems. You want a partner that prevents them
We’ve written a new guide in human speak – not techno babble. And it
answers the number one question our clients have asked us over the last few
“Why don’t we see you and your staff as much as we used to?”
That’s a great question. And one that we’re proud to answer.
Email security is your new headache.
Organised criminal gangs of hackers are targeting all businesses, especially your size.
They want to steal data, or lock it so you have to pay to get it back.
You know the scariest thing? They’re targeting YOU – CEOs, MDs, FDs and other senior staff.
Letting your team use their own mobile devices for work is great, right?
It gives them the freedom to work remotely without having to carry multiple phones around. And it means you don’t have to shell out on expensive equipment.
Everyone’s a winner!