Simplification can be helpful, but only if you do it right.
IT is complex – there’s simply no getting away from that. But just how complex it needs to be is another matter entirely. Far too often, businesses have IT solutions that are badly in need of simplification, but because they don’t realise this fact, they struggle on with what they have. So what’s the solution?Read More »
Why deal with hard copies if you don't have to?
Do you ever find your desk at work buried under bits of paper? Maybe a pile of customer orders here, a heap of invoices there – and more than a smattering of timesheets to deal with. Not only is it messy and terrible for the environment, it also makes finding anything a nightmare. So how do you solve the problem? With an electronic document management (EDM) system.Read More »
In an era where businesses are reliant on the digital space, investing in high-quality cyber security can mean the difference between swimming and sinking. The cloud has a reputation for acting as the ultimate life jacket, rapidly restoring essential systems and ensuring business continuity. However, there is much more to cloud-based disaster recovery plans than enhanced data security. Here are five benefits!Read More »
Almost everything you do on your phone could be accessed by hackers.
When we use our mobile phones, we do so with the expectation of privacy. Whether we’re making a call, sending a text or browsing the web, we assume we have full control over who can see or hear what we’re doing. But the reality is that someone could be listening in and you might never know.Read More »
Sometimes, an interesting idea just isn’t enough
The graveyard of history is littered with technology products that failed because they were awful. Like the Nintendo Virtual Boy, an early virtual reality console with terrible graphics and a tendency to give users headaches. Or the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, with its tendency to explode and catch fire.
But not all failed tech products are bad. In fact, they can actually be pretty cool but, for one reason or another, they just don’t make it. Here, we tip our hats to five technologies and productsRead More »
Ignoring a disaster recovery plan can have serious consequences for business continuity. It is even more serious when a company does not have an initial plan in place. IT interruption is something that can be planned for, but following through with that preparedness is important. Here’s what you need to know!Read More »
Why saving a few quid on software might not be such a good idea.
Using open-source software for business purposes can seem like a good idea for one simple reason: it’s usually free. When you’re trying to keep down expenses and boost margins, a saving of hundreds or even thousands of pounds can be hard to ignore. But like most things in life, it’s a bit more complicated than that…Read More »
Should you buy Opera 3 outright or pay monthly?
Pegasus Opera 3 is not only a powerful software solution for business; it’s also extremely flexible. It’s modular, it can be customised with add-ons, and it can be paid for in a variety of ways, including a one-off payment or instalments. If neither of those are right for you, though, then you might be better off with Opera 3 on subscription.Read More »
Online connectivity brings a whole load of problems with it.
It’s an increasingly important part of business and daily life, but the Internet of Things is set to become a massive cyber security headache for businesses if more isn’t done to protect it from hackers.Read More »
Cloud-based managed IT services are the go-to option for businesses of all sizes. Safe, accessible, and reliable, the cloud has a lot going for it. However, there are some particular benefits for smaller businesses. To find out more about how cloud-based managed IT services can enhance your tech experience, read on!Read More »
Can you protect your business from invisible threats?
With cyber security, it’s generally true that the less that seems to be happening, the better. Sure, you can check in the security logs to see what your defences have been up to, and you can set up alerts to inform you when an attack has been halted. But if everything is quiet, then disaster hasn’t yet struck, and that can only be a good thing – at least that’s what you might think.Read More »
We live in a collaborative world, and one of the fundamental means of collaboration is information technology. Good IT partnerships can last for decades, so choosing the right one is vital. Here are a few reasons why Technology Means Business (TMB) is a good strategic choice.Read More »