Businesses need to expect that one in five of their employees to leave in an average year. You can be doing all you can to retain your people, but what are you doing to protect company data when some do leave? Our eBook, 8 Steps Protect Your Company Data when People Leave explores:
Risks to sensitive information when people leave your business.
Best practices to protect your business data
Ways an IT service provider can help secure your business data.
Our latest eBook shares strategies to help fight employee turnover in the first place and also .
Phishing remains one of the biggest dangers to every business’s security as it is the main delivery method for all types of cyberattacks. Cisco’s 2021 Cybersecurity threat trends report shows that at least one person clicked a phishing link in around 86% of organizations and suggests that phishing accounts for around 90% of data breaches. Continue reading →
Whether you work remotely or in an office, there is a fine line between personal and work tasks on a company computer. Like a lot of people that are in front of a computer for most of their work day, it is not unusual to get attached to your desktop laptop or PC. Continue reading →
All of us like to think that we are unique and that thinking extends to our passwords too, right? We are special and distinct, and no one could guess our specific combination of letters, numbers and symbols. Well, did you know that it is very easy for computers to very quickly determine passwords. So, using a password manager is a great move, as you can securely store your passwords in an easily retrievable way. But is your master password for your password manager secure, original and long enough? Continue reading →
Business downtime can be costly and there is plenty of research that show just how much it can set a business back. Some small businesses can not even bounce back due to the costs involved with an extended downtime. My latest blog article outlines the many expenses a business can encounter as a result of downtime. Continue reading →
As you probably already heard, supply chain issues are affecting many different industries. This article highlights the issues around the supply chain that are causing issues within the IT industry. Continue reading →
With new cyber risks, more remote workers, and technology evolving rapidly, IT can be a lot for a small business owner to manage. Yet falling behind can:
Hurt your competitive advantage;
Slow business processes;
Undercut employee engagement efforts;
Risk your compliance;
Lead to damaging data breach or other downtime;
Yet there is just so much IT! It’s difficult to keep up with it all.
Our ebook offering A framework to simplify SMB IT breaks essential skills into four key areas: Tech stack, Security and compliance, IT Management, and IT Operations. Learn what’s involved with each to improve your IT strategy.
Most people see reports on ransomware hitting government departments, hospitals and other big name companies. As such they think it won’t happen to them as the bad guys are just targeting the larger companies and organisations, but ransomware can just as easily infect your own computer. Continue reading →
No matter if you are a big or small organisation you need to take your cybersecurity seriously. Otherwise, you might be leaving the door open for criminals to compromise your business and cause issues. Continue reading →
Microsoft 365 (previously known as Office 365) is one of the best and most popular collaboration and productivity tools around. It provides users with seamless scalability, communication and supports remote work but as with all technology, it comes with its own particular security issues. Continue reading →