Working from home can make your business more exposed to a potential cyber-attack. Because sometimes our home Wi-Fi isn’t as secure as business connections can be. Here’s a clever way to keep your business safe, no matter who’s working where… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=660Rm2tHcqc
Weekly Tech Tips
Criminals are targeting YOUR business right now. In fact, they’re targeting all businesses, all the time. And they can do so from the comfort of their homes. That’s what makes cyber-crime the biggest business crime in the UK. In our new video, you won’t believe just how many cyber-crimes were committed last year.
Sometimes, members of your team will look for any excuse to down tools, make another coffee, and talk about how “their computer’s down”. Bad IT can have a huge effect on productivity. We’re now taking on new clients again. If this is a recurring problem for your business, we really should talk. https://vimeo.com/473382401
You can have the best security setup. With the most up-to-date software. And STILL, hackers can get access to your system. How? Through your staff. Hacking isn’t just about computers. There’s also an element of social engineering. Here’s why you should invest in training your people to make your people more aware what they should …
Working remotely with One Drive If some of your team are in the office, and some still working from home – and maybe they’re swapping locations throughout the week – you need a truly flexible way of working. And that’s where Microsoft OneDrive comes in. It makes sharing documents and collaborating so much easier.