mobile cybercrime

Protecting your business against mobile cybercrime

In recent years it has become increasingly common for employees to use mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, in the workplace. Unfortunately, with this practice comes an increased risk of mobile cybercrime, which can affect not just the device itself, but can leave your entire corporate network open to cyberattack. Whether this takes the … Continued

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cloud computing

How cloud computing can help your business

Cloud computing has become an increasingly popular data storage solution for businesses in recent years. In terms of both convenience and cost, many organizations find it to have advantages over other storage solutions. However, while data storage, retrieval and backup has traditionally been the primary purpose of cloud computing, it can deliver other advantages to … Continued

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Managed IT Services

Why managed services can be good for small businesses

There are very few companies nowadays that don’t rely on technology for the efficient and productive running of their business. But not all businesses have the resources to maintain a full in-house IT department – and that’s especially true of smaller companies. That’s where managed IT services come in – they can provide the expert … Continued

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Managed VOIP solutions for business

How your business can benefit from managed VoIP solutions

Many businesses these days depend upon an effective and efficiently managed telephone system as a cornerstone of their operations. That’s why many organizations opt to have a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone system managed by a dedicated IT service provider, rather than working with a large telecoms company. If you already contract with an … Continued

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Healthcare cybersecurity

Cybersecurity and the healthcare industry

Any notion that the healthcare industry might be safe from cybersecurity attacks evaporated last May with the WannaCry ransomware attack. Victims of that cyberattack included Canada’s Lakeridge Health, individual hospitals in Slovakia and Indonesia, and Britain’s National Health Service. Like many of the other organizations that were hit badly in the attack, these groups in … Continued

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Internet of things

What next for the Internet of Things?

The past five years or so have seen an explosion in the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). Gone are the days when only desktops, laptops and mobile devices were the only things that connected to the Internet. Now all sorts of smart devices have the ability to connect to wireless networks, from wearable devices to … Continued

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cybercrime in business

Tips on protecting your business from cybercrime

Cybercrime is on the increase, and businesses are increasingly struggling to keep up with ever-more sophisticated forms of cyber attack. In this blog, we offer four best practices that, while they may not guarantee that you will never fall victim to a cyber threat, will at least ensure you are taking positive steps to protect … Continued

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