Remote working, flextime, career breaks and zero-hours contracts are all types of popular flexible working methods. Remote work, however, appears to be disrupting the office 9-to-5 grind more than any other type of flexible working. We investigate why and...
You only have to do a quick search to find numerous examples of high profile data theft incidents. But those are just the cases hitting the headlines because of the notoriety of the victims or perpetrators. Every day, businesses from...
To remain competitive and GDPR compliant in this digital age, every business must not only observe what others are doing but also take action. A key part of this is to embrace digital technology when handling our customers’ personal...
With the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and the rate of development in the UK growing at a rapid pace, we take a snapshot look at the information technology (IT) industry. There is a sense of excitement when...
It’s not long until implementation comes into force so we've put together the GDPR need-to-knows to make sure you and your business are ready. If you haven’t started preparing, it’s not too late, you still have time if you...
Far from exercising simplicity, in recent years it has been apparent that telecom operators' business models, offers, networks and systems are nothing short of complex. A mix of the surge of complexity, the very nature of the mobile industry...
In recent years, copycat websites have increasingly appeared. These tend to mimic the overall look and feel, including the logo and branding, of the official website they are copying. These websites are designed to retrieve money by offering ‘free trials’ and...
The growing digital economy is impacting how businesses operate. There are also increasing concerns about current data protection laws, rights and privacy for both consumers and companies. As a result, the latest GDPR changes are set to lay the...
Improving and upgrading IT systems in 2017 has heavily revolved around cybersecurity. However, rather than a knee-jerk reaction, or trending buzzword — as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018 — leaders are striving for safety,...
Although £27,173.60 has been reported as the average cost for a small business that has experienced a cyber attack, there is an answer: Cloud antivirus software. Cloud antivirus software protects your business from critical vulnerabilities that can have the strength and power...