WhatsApp is not a secure way to run your business. Here’s a better way

Do your staff use WhatsApp, to discuss company business?

That might seem secure, but it means you’re not really in control of what data is where. How do you wipe company data from someone’s WhatsApp when they leave the business?

There is a better tool – and you probably already have it. Microsoft Teams is a real game changer, for helping your staff communicate and collaborate.

It’s included free in Office 365 Business Plans. And we’ve just written a brand new FREE guide to Microsoft Teams, to help you get the most out of it.

The guide is free for business owners and managers in Norwich. Fill in your details here to get it emailed to you immediately.

Automate tasks with software you already have

Now this is exciting… assuming you already use Office 365 in your business, there are a bunch of productivity tools hidden within that can save some serious time and money.

As Norwich’s Office 365 experts, we know this. Take Microsoft Flow for example. It allows you to automate tasks between apps.

We’ve created a brand new video to show you how it works.

Which member of your staff is using the password “Fluffy1234”?

Which member of your staff is using the password “Fluffy1234”?

Someone is. Or some other weak variant of their pet’s name, child’s name, or their favourite football team.

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We’ve seen all of these. And so have the hackers. And that’s why passwords like these are so easy to crack.

People and their passwords are the weakest link in any Norwich organisation’s security.

Our new video shows you how to easily add a powerful extra layer of security.

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.

What is the 2020 Problem…?

This is going to affect 1 in 3 businesses. That could include yours

In 2020, some of the most commonly used business software is coming to the end of its life.

That means it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So if there are any problems with it, they won’t be fixed. It’s likely the software will be targeted by hackers. And your business will no longer be GDPR-compliant.

Malware in the cloud – the risks and what to do about it….

Cloud computing is great. But nowhere near as safe as you thought…

Cloud computing is amazing, isn’t it?

Where you can use software through your browser rather than having to download something. And access any data anywhere, on any device.

You might think that it’s really safe. That the software developers are one step ahead of the baddies. And it’s passed all sorts of rigorous security tests.

Sadly, you’d be wrong on all counts.

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