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Introduction Microsoft Azure is one of the greatest recent innovations by Microsoft. Its ability to enhance collaboration has without a doubt contributed to increasing productivity for countless organisations and businesses. If you have read our blog post or watched our YouTube video on ‘keeping your business and yourself safe’. You will also know how imperative Azure is in allowing hybrid working, particularly in making ‘Bring Your...

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Introduction   If you’ve read article one in this series, then you’d know the risks associated with ‘Bring Your Own Device’. You’d also know that in partnership with all the steps advised to counteract those risks, the right infrastructure is crucial in ensuring that the network continues to stay secure after the introduction of personal devices. So, in this article, we are going to give you the...

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Introduction   With the forced switch to work from home and the following transition to hybrid working, laptops and - to some extent - home desktops have become a key tool in the workplace. However, the necessity for such items has not come without its problems. Firstly, there is the question of who provides the device. For large companies this can be less of an issue, the funds...

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In this article, we present an overview of the reasons for and benefits of partially outsourced IT.   Introduction   SMBs typically start their businesses with a handful of people. The need for IT is limited to simple tasks like emails and a web presence with minimal security. The focus quickly shifts away from the system to more pressing matters. Winning new business or acquiring new talent become more...

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In this article, we present a guide for your day-to-day technology needs.   Introduction   2020 forced architecture firms to quickly move to digital workflow methods. Working from home became the standard in 2020 and is still in debate as a long-term solution. From one day to another, cloud servers were provisioned, and teleconferencing tools were bought. After the dust settled, design leaders have started to question traditional workflows.   The...

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In this article, we present 3 ways to safeguard your IT assets through Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM).   Introduction   Our first responsibility as your Technology Success Partner (TSP) is to efficiently manage your network and technology assets in order to keep them safe and optimised so that you can stay productive. We use a Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) to manage and secure your organisation in order...

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In this article, we present a definition of malware, drill down into different types of malware and outline preventative measures. What is Malware? Malware is short for malicious software and it allows unauthorised access to networks for theft, sabotage, or espionage objectives. Malware comes in a variety of forms, and many cyberattacks employ a mixture of them to achieve their objectives. Although it typically spreads through phishing,...

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This is certainly not the first article about the UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) but there is a lot of, in parts even contradictive, information about it and it still is a relevant topic – hence this page. For this post, the main source will be the webpage on Security by the Information Commissioner’s Office.   In summary, GDPR explains the general data protection regime...

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Towards the back end of May 2021, Microsoft announced some more exciting updates for Teams. In this article, we run you through some of the key updates including updates to the ‘Me’ tab, more connectivity with external users, annotations in Live, changes to the ‘Hands’ feature and finally, security changes to the admin centre. The changes are expected to be implemented between early June and finished by late July. Changes to...

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