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Preparing to go back to your workplace?

Preparing to go back to your workplace? So, what happens next? At the moment it feels like we’re all living in limbo, doesn’t it? This month’s guide takes a quick look at how a little advanced planning will make the transition smoother.

Bring your own device – 7 crucial steps…

Working from home has quickly become the new “normal”, thanks to the current situation. And it’s uncovered a whole new set of challenges for many businesses. Some of the biggest sit within the concept of BYOD (that’s Bring Your Own Device).

Working from home? Then communication is key!

Most of you will now be working from home. If not, it is most likely that you will be soon. And if you are a keyworker and are outside and in potential contact with those who may have Covid-19. I salute you. For those of us who are at home – this is the best […]

Has your phone system been designed for your business?

You’ve got to admit, the telephone has come a long way over the past few years. In this month’s guide, we look at seven benefits of having a phone system designed for the way we do business in 2020. Do you remember how business used to work 20 years ago? Everyone worked from the office, […]

Google, Brexit and GDPR. Messy isn’t the half of it!

What springs to mind when you think about Google, Brexit and GDPR? No, we aren’t going to discuss the EU in-or-out question. We’re going to look at how post-Brexit Britain is viewed by the large tech companies and the wriggle room the change suddenly gives them. It’s common knowledge that Google uses personal data (anonymised) […]

So, you’re still not prepared for the 2020 problem?

Are you really still not prepared for the 2020 problem? This promises to be an exciting decade for technology, with predictions ranging from flying cars and holidays to the moon (yeah right), to paper thin mobile phones (that sounds more like it). It’s going to be a time of great change. Which is one of […]

Surveillance capitalism and you…

So, what is surveillance capitalism? In essence, surveillance capitalism describes a market-driven process where the commodity for sale is your personal data. The capture and production of this data rely on mass surveillance of the internet. It’s often carried out by companies that provide us with free online services, like search engines and social media […]