Scam email is costing businesses millions of pounds every year, and everyone is a potential target. But there are ways to shield yourself from it and keep your business safe.
Although most of us accept spam email as an inevitable part of modern life, the scams that are often perpetrated through them can be extremely costly to the victims. But it’s not just individuals who need to be on the lookout for scam email: businesses are also a target – and, as you might imagine, a potentially lucrative one for scammers. In fact, last year, among the 2.9 million UK businesses that found themselves in the crosshairs of cyber criminals (at a total cost of £29.1 billion), phishing emails were by far the most prevalent.Read More »
Designed to meet all the software needs of any business, Microsoft 365 Business is a comprehensive solution. But what do you get for your money?
Running a small business is difficult at the best of times, and with the economy struggling and Brexit looming, it’s even harder. But not everything has to be a struggle – and Microsoft 365 Business, an all-in-one software solution for SMEs – is proof of that.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 »
All businesses should exercise best practice when it comes to passwords, but what does that mean? This selection of password tips is the ideal place to start.
Everyone knows that passwords are important. Whether you’re logging into a smartphone, an email account or your online banking, often the only thing that stands between you and complete access is the passwords you use. But that same access will be granted to anyone else who can work out your passwords. If your account information falls into the hands of criminals, you could find yourself either inconvenienced or out of pocket. Yet, in spite of the dangers, many of us still aren’t following best practice when it comes to our passwords. And in some cases, we think we are, but we’re basing our decisions on out-of-date advice.Read More »
TMB looks at what General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means for businesses, and what you need to do to avoid being fined.
By early next year, all businesses that have customers in the European Union will have to adhere to the EU’s new rules on data protection – and the penalties for not doing so could be severe.Read More »