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How Experts Can Help with Cloud Computing

26th March 2018

If you’ve been considering running your own business for a while now, or you’ve already started your latest entrepreneurial endeavor, the chances are you’ve had some interaction with the concept of “cloud computing”. Cloud computing, or cloud hosting services have emerged as a popular and highly-efficient digital solution for companies who want to get involved […]

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Why the Cloud Helps Businesses Save Time and Money

21st March 2018

The introduction of cloud computing for the masses has led to a technology revolution for the world of small business – offering unlimited access to a range of capabilities that only larger companies could previously afford. Using an internet connection and web browser, small companies can now access services and software as, and when they […]

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Are You Making These (Critical) File Sharing Mistakes?

20th December 2017

Businesses today are operating in a world where breaches of data are all too common. Threats such as phishing, hacking, or physical theft can all contribute to data loss that not only damages company operations, but also leaves a black mark on brand reputation. Unfortunately, an issue that is just as significant as data theft, […]

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Is it time to book your PC in for a health check?

20th December 2017

Nowadays it seems fairly normal to buy a new PC and start using it out of the box. For sure, they are far more stable than their predecessors and can offer us years of trouble-free service. But what happens when all of a sudden your PC starts to play up? Perhaps it is taking longer […]

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The 5 Things You Must Know About Cloud Storage

22nd November 2017

Cloud storage, referred to by some people as simply “online storage” is a service solution that allows for data to be maintained, managed, and backed-up, over the cloud. The way it works is similar to the way you save information on your hard-drive, except that with the cloud, your data is often more secure, and […]

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Could email hosting prevent your business from losing trade?

16th November 2017

Because of email spam, it just might. Spam is the electronic equivalent of junk mail. And spam becomes even more of an issue when it’s sent with the agenda of sending a virus your way. While technology all around us has become more sophisticated over the years, unfortunately so have all the online threats. Cyber […]

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What Happens When Data Security Goes Wrong?

26th October 2017

Most of the successful companies that exist today – either in the form of small businesses, mid-market organizations, or enterprises – base themselves online. In fact, it’s impossible to compete with your competitors today without establishing a firm online presence. However, simply by conducting business through the internet, you could be opening yourself up to […]

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Why is cloud storage better than its onsite counterpart?

23rd October 2017

Many businesses are still clinging onto traditional storage options, but if you are starting to think about an option that’s more cost-effective and secure, we can help. Upgrading to cloud computing storage technology may be just what you’re after. Backups and access via cloud storage Forget about the worrying you used to do when faced […]

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The Value of Caution with Unfamiliar Emails

28th September 2017

Today, it appears that fewer people are simply allowing emails from unknown senders to slip through their inbox into the “SPAM” or “JUNK” folder, and more are being tricked into clicking on messages and attachments that seem to be from genuine sources. While it’s often difficult to determine whether an email from an unknown sender […]

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How to Protect Yourself Against the Threat of Cyber Crime

21st September 2017

Digital consumers and businesses access the internet every day for a variety of reasons – from selling products, to completing financial procedures, and even checking social media accounts. We perform so many tasks using the internet in the belief that we’re in safe territory – that we often neglect the preventative security measures we should […]

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