Websites that take forever to load. Internet access that constantly drops off. Web applications that simply don’t respond. These connectivity issues are enough to make anyone want to scream into a blank screen and throw their keyboard out the window.
But the situation needn’t be so dire (nor the reaction so drastic). There’s a simple way many businesses can guarantee the sanity of their employees and the safety of their equipment. Simply: business-first connectivity.
Most of the
We’re living in an increasingly digital world – that much is sure. But as more and more of our everyday transactions take place online, businesses and individuals face an increased risk of fraud. At the same time data breaches are becoming better targeted, as cyber attackers get sophisticated with their tactics and methods.
The result is that businesses become subject to ever more stringent compliance regulations, as part of the fraud fightback. It’s fair enough –
So, you’re a small business owner who likes to think big. In an ideal world, you would have the same cyber security measures as a major tech firm. The ERP capabilities of a huge internet retailer. Or, the same granular data insights as an international conglomerate.
But you’re only a small business.
Size used to mean that these things were beyond your reach. Not anymore. With cloud technology, businesses of all sizes and sectors are now in
In business, concentrating on your main speciality will help you to grow and evolve as well as build a reputation within your industry. Whether this is selling commercial properties or providing compulsory business services such as insurance or software development, your ‘bread and butter’ will be the area in which you thrive. Working closely with other businesses you’ll hear the challenges your customers face daily – maybe they’ve dropped into conversation that they’d had a
The clock is ticking on EU GDPR regulations, due to be enforced on 25th May 2018 and replacing the Data Protection Act of 1998. With the threat of big fines looming over non-compliant organisations, all businesses, including SMEs, must make sure they’re ready in time for the changes. Your GDPR plan-of-action should be well underway by now, but nonetheless, here’s our checklist to help you get prepared for compliance in the next few months:
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