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05 Apr
Why SME business owners should consider desktop virtualisation

Think about how your business uses its computers and other digital devices. The chances are each desktop or notebook PC has its own operating system and installed applications, which all connect to a network. Read More “Why SME business owners should consider desktop virtualisation”

29 Mar
But please don't take our data with you.
Protecting your business assets when an employee leaves

When someone leaves your company, the HR department (or your “HR” function) is quick to grab the employee’s laptop. But what about the data on other equipment? How can you know what’s on their mobile devices? Does anyone know to which websites and cloud-based software the employee has access? Read More “Protecting your business assets when an employee leaves”

22 Mar
3 Myths about Managed IT Services

The term “Managed IT Services” may be a newer one for your business. Traditionally, most small to mid-sized businesses either outsource occasional IT-related tasks to a local company or they rely solely on their internal IT staff to handle everything technology-related. The good news? There is a better, more cost-efficient way to ensure your IT needs are being completely taken care of. Read More “3 Myths about Managed IT Services”

22 Mar
Its a good time to spring clean your data with GDPR
Could GDPR help you spring clean personal data you hold?

Many businesses are starting to put their attention to the upcoming data reform legislation, coming into effect in May 2018; the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. Read More “Could GDPR help you spring clean personal data you hold?”

20 Mar
Are employers ready for the new data protection regulation in May 2018
Are employers prepared for the new data protection regulations coming into effect in May 2018?

All businesses handling personal data relating to individuals will be subject to new data protection laws from May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will apply to any company processing the personal data of individuals in the EU in relation to offering goods or services, or to monitoring their behaviour. The recruitment sector will be particularly affected. Read More “Are employers prepared for the new data protection regulations coming into effect in May 2018?”