The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we do businesses and how employees now work. With a current workforce almost entirely remote, this has led to a concern on how a business and its employees can collaborate effectively. Some applications have tried to fill the void but security still remains a concern. That’s where Microsoft Teams comes in.
Video conferencing applications have become invaluable to businesses during COVID-19. With a workforce almost entirely working remotely, apps such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom have become household names. Both are helping businesses to keep communication flowing and collaboration rolling through video and audio conferencing.
Many businesses will already have been using Microsoft Teams as part of their Microsoft 365 platform (Office 365 for enterprise level
The coronavirus outbreak has impacted businesses around the world whether they were ready for it or not. In March, when the government announced the mandatory shutdowns of offices across the UK, an unprecedented number of people found themselves working from home – indefinitely. As a result, organisations and IT Teams have spent the last month trying to enable an entire remote
Coronavirus has dramatically changed our lives and the way we now work. Social distancing has presented our clients and businesses across London with challenges of enabling employees as a remote workforce. In addition, client contact and working with contractors adds to the complexity of keeping open communications and business continuity.
Organisations need to ensure employees are able to work productively from
Will working remotely keep businesses productive while helping to contain Coronavirus?
With more cases of Coronavirus across Britain, the government has estimated that up to a fifth of the workforce may be off sick during its peak in the UK. Oil giant Chevron was the first in the UK to ask its 300 staff not to come into its
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday looming, your email inbox is already filling up with enticing deals. Most likely mixed with these tempting offers will be a few malicious emails. Almost 91% of all phishing attempts start with an email. Cybercriminals will have laid out their web of malicious emails, spoofed websites and social engineering scams in order to
Technology is a huge part of the way we work today, yet when there’s tech problems, life can get frustrating. But the most common computer problems, can easily be fixed. Over the years we’ve had to deal with a range of computer and tech issues that our clients face.
Here are the 10 most common tech problems that we deal
Cyber attacks have become a common threat to businesses of all types and sizes. As technology progresses, so are the ways criminals are attacking businesses. It’s estimated that UK businesses have lost at least £30 billion in the past 12 months due to cyber attacks. According to a report by Grant Thornton which polled 500 UK mid-market companies, over
If your business is still running on Windows 7, you have some important decisions to make. Microsoft is officially ending Windows 7 support on14 January 2020. After that, you will no longer receive automatic security updates, potentially leaving your business vulnerable to viruses and other malware.
In April, it was reported by NetMarketShare that 39% of all Windows devices were
The internet has been around for over 30 years and not surprisingly we still haven’t learnt our lesson about online password security. With so many high profile hacks last year from British Airways and TicketMaster to Reddit and Marriot, you would think we’d change our online habits.
Password security company SplashData evaluated millions of leaked passwords in the past