You know about Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, but there are countless hidden gems included with your Microsoft 365 subscription that you might be missing out on. And they could provide a huge productivity boost for the whole team.
The Metaverse is a term that’s been buzzing around the tech world for some time now, and it could revolutionise the way we live, work, and play.
As a business owner, it’s important that you know what the Metaverse is so that you don’t fall behind your competition.
Our latest free guide explains:
• What the Metaverse is
• How it works
• How it could impact your business operations
• And how it could totally change the way you look after your customers
The most likely targets for all sorts of cyber attacks are small and medium sized businesses. They don’t have the budgets for dedicated staff or numerous layers of protection.
But the weakest link in any security chain is your staff.
Good cyber security awareness training is essential for everyone in your business.
You will need a strategy to start with.
One day it could save your business
Backing up your data is one of the strongest precautions you can take. Set it up properly and make it part of your routine to check that it’s working. Because one day your backup could save your business.
A major change to your IT infrastructure isn’t something to be planned in a hurry. So if you’re starting to think about ending it with your current systems and bringing your business into the 2020s, there’s plenty to think about before you commit to another long-term relationship.
If you have Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) then you are entering two pieces of information to login to your apps and/or devices. This could be your password and an additional “factor” like your fingerprint, text code to your mobile phone or an MFA app.
Cyber criminals are using ever increasingly sophisticated techniques to guess your password or even bypass security. This means that the more barriers you can put up, the more difficult it becomes for them to break into your systems.
Everyone and especially businesses, should be using MFA as it provides great protection against cyber attacks and other security threats.
Out new guide will tell you all you need to know. And it’s free to download.
Does IT jargon feel like an alien language? We steer clear of tech talk as much as possible when we’re working with our clients. But next time you need help with an IT issue, it could save you a lot of time if you have a few words of lingo in your locker.
That’s why we’ve created our new, free IT Jargon Buster. It’s a great A-Z of just some of the terms you might hear when you’re talking with an IT expert.
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses often make the mistake of thinking that they aren’t on the criminals’ radar. But more than 40% of cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses – and email is usually the criminals’ way in.
Our new guide, ‘Getting to Grips with Email Security’, reveals why you might be vulnerable, what you need to look out for and what you can do to protect yourself.
The growth of cloud computing has completely changed how we work. But security in a cloud environment can create a long list of its own challenges.
In our new guide, we cut through the jargon to give you all you need to know to protect your business. You’ll discover what you can do for yourself to stay safe in the cloud, and where some professional help will make a big difference.
December is a month when many of us take time to plan for the year ahead.
But instead of looking at your forecasts for the next 12 months, we’d like you to think about what’s coming up over the next decade.
Will you keep up?
Will you choose the right tech?
Here’s our guide to the 8 tech trends that your business needs to be ready for.