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How you can Adapt Through Technology… For Less!

What are we talking about? It is common knowledge that IT transformation can be expensive. There is no hiding away from that fact. This has become an even bigger objection in recent times due to the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. But now is the most important time to ensure your IT infrastructure and…
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What is Microsoft Teams and how will it help

With the development of the COVID-19 outbreak, it is possible that Microsoft Teams will become your best friend when working remotely. With this powerful, easy to use tool, you will be able to stay in contact with your team, track your work and quickly share files amongst your staff. Microsoft Teams is one of the…
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How hackers are exploiting the coronavirus

As with any serious national or international news, hackers have already started trying to exploit the coronavirus in order to make a ‘quick buck’, distribute malware and instil a false sense of fear in the general public. While businesses all across the UK have started working from home, many of them have not implemented a…
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SME survival tactics for Coronavirus

Coronavirus is causing concern in the UK, with flight cancellations to many European locations and retailers selling out of household items. So what should small business owners do to keep things running smoothly? Well, the first and obvious answer is, don’t panic. Over the last ten years a wide range of technologies have evolved to…
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Is your business ready for the coronavirus?

Your FREE Coronavirus readiness review As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread around the UK, companies have started preparing their businesses for remote working. We’re ready, are you? Since the Coronavirus hit the UK, businesses up and down the country have started requesting that employees work remotely in order to minimise their exposure to the…
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Cyber attack takes down Redcar council

A local authority in the northeast of England found themselves on the wrong side of a nasty cyberattack, resulting in the loss of service to over 130,000 residents. Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s infrastructure has been taken down for over 2 weeks and it’s not clear how much longer it will remain this way. A…
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