Look out for the Covid-19 scams that can steal your data

There are those who will exploit any situation and that includes cyber-criminals during the pandemic.

In lockdown many people will turn to social media for advice, news, and so on.

Working from home may mean that you are using machines that haven’t the same level of protection or you don’t have colleagues in the same office to ask for advice.

Our new video will show you scams that you and your work colleagues should watch out for – at work and at home – share it with others- the more people who know what to look out for the less chances for the cyber-criminals to get their way.

Are you ready for working from anywhere?

2020 threw a massive curveball at us.

After the urgent rush to work from home in March, many businesses now have some staff still at home, with others in the office.

And it’s looking like (cliché alert) this will be the “new normal”.

Seeing as we don’t know what the next few years have in store us, this is a great time to make sure that all of your team can work from anywhere, on any device, any time.

That gives you maximum flexibility and minimum future disruption.

We’ve put together a brand new guide to show you the most important things to consider with a permanent flexible working arrangement for your people.

Is your phone system ready for the hybrid workplace?

When was the last time you upgraded your business phone system?

If it’s been 5 years or more, then you’re overdue an upgrade.

You probably update your laptop and mobile phone every few years. Business phones are no different.

Designed to work in the office, from home or on the move, watch our new video to see the benefits from installing a 2020 VoIP system for your business.

Microsoft Teams: Make working from home & the office easier

Many businesses have now shifted into a new way of working. A hybrid way.
Some people have gone back to the office and some people work from home. If you’re , typically, in an office based role then you now need to be able to work from anywhere at any time – it should be possible – and it is possible.

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How to protect your data from ransomware

Have you heard of malware? That’s scary enough – but have you also heard of ransomware?

This is where criminals lock you out of your data. And you have pay to get access to it again.

Our new video has three ways you can protect your business from ransomware.

Make remote working easier with SharePoint

Right now we’re all looking at hybrid setups.

The perfect technology that allows you to collaborate and work efficiently, whether you’re working from home or at your workplace.

Working from home: 7 Steps To Keep Your Data Safe

Keeping your business’s data safe while your team are working from home.
We have a new video to watch and PDF guide for you to download.

IT Support

Working From Home: Keep your business running

The rapid call to work-from-home has resulted in a shortage of new laptops along with webcams and headsets used for online communication with Skype, MS Teams, Zoom, etc.
Whatever you have decided for your business and your staff, it is important that security, backups and staff vigilance for phishing attacks continues

tKnowIT: Services mostly as usual

With the latest announcement from the government, it is important that you know that tKnowIT is able to provide you with your normal IT support, monitoring and maintenances services.
This includes businesses who currently don’t have a support agreement with tKnowIT but need help on a pay as you go basis. tKnowIT can help with IT systems, assistance with staff working from home, auditing and securing their machines, etc.
It is sad to see so many businesses are having to shut their doors until this all blows-over but I’m in the fortunate position that a lot of IT tasks can be performed remotely.

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CoronaVirus: Working from home – it’s not too late

Since I sent out the checklist for businesses to consider how staff could work from home things have moved on rather rapidly and we are heading for a full lockdown in the UK. Many businesses have staff in self-isolation at home and everyone should be social distancing.