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Using the cloud – Getting it right for your business….

There’s so much you can do with the cloud… have you got it right for your business?

It’s no exaggeration to say that cloud computing has revolutionised the way people do business; so much so that 88% of UK organisations have now adopted it in some form.

And this is where the fun begins. Because there are an infinite number of ways to implement the cloud for your business.

21 ways to help your staff get more done, in less time – with Office 365

21 ways to help your staff get more done, in less time – with Office 365…

They say time is money, and anyone who’s serious about Getting Things Done knows all about the importance of time management.

Most of us find ourselves struggling to keep up with our to-do lists, especially in this digital age of information overload.

Do you already use Office 365 in your business?

GDPR – 6 Months On

GDPR six months on: The urgency to take action has gone… but the law hasn’t…

Back in May, we all heard a LOT about the new GDPR regulations coming into force.

And since then a lot of business owners and managers round here have adopted the ostrich principle… you know, stick your head in the sand and hope it all goes away!

That’s normal. It’s driven by a genuine lack of understanding of the new law.

But the law is still there. And we believe it’s only a few months till the regulator starts naming and shaming companies that break GDPR.

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GDPR – A Game Changer in Data Protection for Businesses

Data breach has become a common issue in recent years and 2017 has been a nightmare incarnate for most western nations. From high-profile organizations ranging from banks and multinational conglomerates to companies providing online services, all fell into this trap, affecting their data and accounts of million customers.

Giving a wake-up call to all chief technology officers, European Parliament also adopted the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on April 27th, 2016, which would be brought into effect on May 25th, 2018. The aim to create the new regulation was to protect the confidential data from the hackers. The impact of the law will not only be felt in Europe but across businesses worldwide.

Indeed, a lot of challenges would have to be faced by businesses when implementing the law, but it’s worth the pain. If you are wondering how your business can benefit from GDPR, you need to read this: