Are your productivity tools actually making your business less productive? This is common because they’re not being used properly. If that sounds like you, read this now.
Bot malware is even more damaging than regular malware because it has the potential to steal your entire digital identity. Read our latest blog, and act now to stay protected.
Our phones are a goldmine of private and sensitive information, so a hacked, lost, or stolen phone could spell disaster for your business. Our latest blog has more on phone security.
If you’ve heard of ChatGPT, Jasper and YouChat you might be excited about what AI can do for your business. But the jargon can be a little off-putting, right? Here’s what it means.
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.
IT support is a technical job, and some of the language used can be a bit, well… technical. So here’s our jargon-free look at the 3 most important areas to discuss with your technology partner.
Record-breaking cyber attacks are becoming more sophisticated and more frequent. That means you need to keep your business protected to avoid disruption. Get in touch today
It didn’t take long for crooks to work out how to use AI to improve their scams. Now we know exactly how they’re doing it. And it means you need to be extra cautious with emails.
How much time do you spend checking your network for unwanted visitors? Probably not enough, according to research. Our latest blog has all the details.
If you employ very young people, you should be aware how some risky online behaviours have become normalised for them. It’s a security risk to your business.
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.
Most cyber attacks start with an email. So let’s show you three things you can do right now to make it harder for criminals to launch an email attack on your business.
A cunning new email scam uses blank images and a trusted brand name to lead you and your people to download malware. Fall victim and you risk losing your data.
A routine health check can reveal any issues and set you up for the year ahead. Why not do the same for your business with an IT health check. Our latest blog has all the info
Younger workers aren’t as tech savvy as we might expect. Tech shame leads to unmotivated employees and a loss of productivity. Here’s how to tackle this in your business.
Stop monitoring your remote teams and learn to trust a happier workforce. That’s the findings of a new study which shows how a little trust can go a long way.
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.
Cloud services are convenient, great for remote working and packed with cool features. But how sure are you that your information is secure? We want to tell you about 3 things you can do today to make sure your data’s as secure as possible.
Microsoft Windows is the target of 95% of new malware, so you need to take the right steps to keep your business secure. Our latest blog has all the info you need.
More big companies are ditching passwords in favour of passkeys. How long before we can safely forget all our passwords? Here’s the latest