Telephony in the UK is changing, and businesses need to keep up.
Since the telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell (or Elisha Gray or Antonio Meucci – take your pick) in the 19th century, the technology behind it and the phone network have gone through countless transformations and improvements. Here, in the UK, the phone network has moved from private hands into state ownership, before being privatised again in the 1980s. There have been many advances over the last 140-odd years, but for many decades, the public switched telephone network (PSTN), which accounts for the vast majority of phone lines in Britain, has been based largely on a network of copper wires. That is set to change, however, with a major push towards internet protocol (IP) networks.Read More »
Data theft is a potential consequence of any security breach. What would it mean for your business if it happened to you?
If cyber criminals gained access to your business computers, what kind of information could they potentially steal? Would you be able to recover from any level of data theft, or would the loss of sensitive information sound the death knell for your business?Read More »
It's not just big corporations and public bodies that get attacked by cyber criminals. Download TMB's free SME cyber security guide to find out more.
More and more small businesses have growing IT departments, and that means cyber security is becoming increasingly important. Cyber crime is also getting easier to perpetrate, so the bad guys don't even need to be tech experts to catch people out.Read More »
The EU's new data protection laws are on their way, but there are more than few a misunderstandings about what they are and who they'll affect. TMB helps to clear up some of the confusion.
If you’ve been taking an interest in GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), then you’ll know the deadline for compliance isn’t too far away. But even if you feel like you’ve got it sussed, you might have been misled by some of the GDPR myths and misconceptions that have been floating around about this major piece of legislation.Read More »