Technology can aid growth and progress, from the simplest of accounting tools helping entrepreneurs to fulfil their financial requirements, right through to more complex technical applications that drive the way businesses work – or change it altogether. Here, cloud technology expert Alex Tebbs explains the biggest technology trends your business should be aware of as […]
Posted on 18th December 2017 in Bits & Bytes.
Boris Johnson has warned that the UK is in danger of becoming a vassal state, recently Andrew Marr suggested that this is precisely what Labour’s plans would entail. Others call such suggestions ideas from the school of cakeism.
Posted on 18th December 2017 in General business.
2017 has been a year dominated by the lasting effects of multiple ransomware attacks, including WannaCry and NotPetya, and the growing fears within businesses about the security of their most sensitive and critical data. These have brought to light a few very important lessons that businesses must consider for next year, or else risk being […]
The advantages of choosing cloud storage for your business are legion. However, not every cloud has a silver lining. In this article, Stephen Parker, of Parker Software, dispels some common misconceptions about cloud-based storage and what disadvantages it poses when compared to a traditional on-premises model.
Posted on 27th November 2017 in Bits & Bytes.
The world of marketing continues to evolve rapidly, and never has it been more crucial for marketers across every business sector to ensure that they understand the tech advances that are transforming and disrupting the landscape. Brimming with knowledge, inspiration and expert advice, Integrated Live Marketing Summit is a one-day conference, designed to educate […]
Posted on 27th October 2017 in Bits & Bytes.
We live in an era that historians will define as one of the technological advances so huge, nothing was safe from disruption. Technology has connected us, placed the world at our fingertips, and is changing the way we work, rest and play in ways hitherto unimaginable. Amit Jay Shah, explains further.
2018 will be the year of regulation – GDPR will rip up how we deal with data, MiFID II is designed to protect investors and create greater transparency in financial trading, and PSD2 is designed to create a new open way of banking.
Posted on 29th September 2017 in General business.
Companies are not allowed to snoop on employees’ private messages – at least not without letting them know first, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled.
With the EU Data Protection Regulation coming into force in less than a year, many organisations have started to put some measures into place so that they’ll be compliant come 25th of May next year. One question that still seems to baffle many is whether they’ll need to hire a Data Protection Officer.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest shake-up in data protection laws in a generation and will affect organisations worldwide.
Despite the increasing number of data breaches and nearly 1.4 billion data records being lost or stolen in 2016, the vast majority of IT professionals still believe perimeter security is effective at keeping unauthorised users out of their networks.