Mobilising the workforce to drive productivity through collaboration and flexible working

The state of business is changing. Never before has it been so important for employees to stay connected around the clock, whether they’re in the office or working remotely. According to IDC, enterprises across the UK are increasingly investing in workplace mobility solutions in order to keep stride with competitors

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Digitisation: The key to SMB success

Digital technologies are transforming the SMB landscape, creating opportunities for businesses of all sizes to compete on a level playing field. Increasing mobility, changing workforce expectations and customer preferences for seamless interactions, are pushing SMBs to improve efficiency, agility and productivity to stay ahead. Heading towards a “paper-lite” workplace  The

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8 ways Generation Z will differ from Millennials in the Workplace

Generation Z is composed of those born between 1995 and 2010, which means that the oldest are about 23 and are just entering the workforce. The media has focused a lot on millennials in recent years, but it’s time to turn some of the attention to the millennials’ future co-workers.

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The IT Security Mistakes that Led to the Equifax Breach

The Equifax data breach that exposed the sensitive personal information of more than 145 million consumers was one of the worst data breaches of recent years, both for the amount of information exposed and the ease with which hackers moved about the company’s systems. The breach was publicly disclosed on September 7,

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The science behind the four-day working week

Since the Industrial Revolution, there has been one thing that has barely changed for the majority of workers – the routine of 09:00 to 17:00, five days a week. This is by no means universal, there is a significant proportion of jobs that need different hours, and flexible contracts and

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Why people are the key to SME security

While the headlines around data security primarily warn us of malicious hackers, this type of crime only accounts for 48% of data security breaches, with the rest being the result of either human or system errors. Having a strong security setup is a good starting point, but its benefit is severely

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Making a case for MPS in the Legal Industry

Practically every task that takes place in the legal industry utilises paper. From deeds and contracts, to wills, leases, agreements and litigation – the list of paper files that are necessary for the success of any task in this document intensive industry is endless. Research has revealed that the average

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Creating digital workflows for HR and finance

Few departments appreciate the burden of excessive paper than finance and human resources — usually in that order. Typically, these are the best places to begin when you’re ready to create digital workflows and cut down your company’s paper consumption. Companies that have been around for decades must play catch

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Are printers your biggest security blind spot?

Businesses have a range of vulnerabilities when it comes to data security, but research has revealed that IT departments don’t prioritise printer security, despite over 60% of businesses admitting they have experienced a print-related data breach. Multi-function devices such as printers and scanners are often overlooked when it comes to

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A Quick Guide to Cyber Security for Small Businesses

The security threats faced by small businesses are mounting by the minute and burying your head in the sand is not an option if you run your own firm. If you are a cyber-crime novice, this handy guide will give you a basic overview of all the risks you need

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