3 ways your printer can make your business more secure

Despite the fact that cyber-attacks against small businesses have been on the rise for the past five years (a whopping 43% of small businesses have encountered some sort of cyber security threat or have been hacked), less than a quarter of small businesses have a security plan in place. Business owners

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Software strategies can solve inefficiencies in your SME

Planning ahead when it comes to your software requirements can save you money and allows you a greater insight into your business goals and objectives. Family-run software development company CCQ said most software projects fail because of a breakdown in communication between client and vendor but has claimed SMEs can mitigate

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Technology is ready to define the future of the workplace

In a digital age that is defined by speed, collaboration and experimentation, bold new approaches are called for to drive digital innovation at scale. Some businesses, for example, are building internal catapult initiatives to help in-house stakeholders and their teams develop innovative ideas. Shifting Viewpoints Attitudes to remote working can

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4 steps to more effective data management

The drive towards the modern, technology-driven, multi-channel business has produced a wealth of new opportunities to capture data at every stage of the customer life cycle. Yet in our experience, this has left many SME business owners feeling overwhelmed by the scale of the challenge, especially with the stakes raised

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Cyber security: Taking the first steps to secure your SME

Cyber security is often characterised as being hi-tech, complex and expensive. While it’s true that there are some incredibly sophisticated and costly solutions out there, the truth is that even simple measures can have a measurable effect on your business’s security. For example, keeping your copy of Windows or macOS

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