The festive period for many businesses represents a significant percentage of their annual business turnover, and the issue/worry of Keeping your business running continuously or Business continuity never goes away. Time is money and no business can afford to lose customers or income due to unavailable services.
Companies often have a plan in place for the worst-case scenario but sadly for many, downtime still occurs. This is often due to a reliance on third-party suppliers to provide connectivity...
The introduction of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies were a welcome change for SMEs looking to keep costs down, but they were also a cause for concern for many, especially as costly security breaches are always a risk.
Bringing personal devices onto the company network has its challenges and can cause network vulnerability issues. Cloud-based Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions ease this pressure, enabling you to effortlessly control all your mobile assets and ensuring business-critical...
Data is your most important strategic asset after your people – do you know what you would do if your business suffered an incident that significantly disrupted your services?
As an SME, coming back from a significant data loss can be extremely difficult and costly so disaster prevention is important. And it’s much easier to prevent a disaster when you have strong business continuity procedures in place. The faster you can get back up and running, the better.
If your business supplies technology...
As a business, you depend on your internet connection to communicate with customers and in most cases, to deliver your business solutions.
Poor connectivity can cost you customers, frustrate your employees and potentially lead to data loss if it prevents essential backups and updates. Ensuring you have stable, high-speed internet is essential but unfortunately connectivity can be a postcode lottery, especially if your business is based in a more rural area of the UK.
The government recognised...