help Need Help?

Are You Really An “Always On” Organisation?

January 5th, 2017|Business Continuity, Security and Threats|

“Business hours” has become an almost meaningless expression. More now than ever, customers expect to shop, bank and engage with businesses around the clock. Time zones are also increasingly meaningless, with the Internet driving forward a new era of globalisation. With e-commerce, automation, social networks and self-service, consumers and clients can make purchases, get in [...]

Comments Off on Are You Really An “Always On” Organisation?

Cyber Fraud – Two of the Biggest Scams Uncovered

November 22nd, 2016|Business Continuity, Security and Threats, Tips and Advice|

Here is the low down on two of the most common ransomware scams that you need to know about. The pay rise/redundancy scam Cyber criminals create an email that looks similar to that of a director. For example, joe.bloggs@acme.co.uk is changed to joe.bloggs@acme.com. Sometimes the email is also 'spoofed' so that it appears in your inbox as [...]

Comments Off on Cyber Fraud – Two of the Biggest Scams Uncovered

Key People To Connect With During A Major IT Incident

November 17th, 2016|Business Continuity, Security and Threats|

When a major IT incident occurs, disaster recovery and business continuity plans come into their own.  With a cool head CEOs, CIOs, IT directors and other key people can do a lot towards limiting damage to the business, exposure to threats, and managing the outcome of the IT incident. As part of disaster planning it [...]

Comments Off on Key People To Connect With During A Major IT Incident

Failing To Plan, Is Planning To Fail: Disaster Recovery And BCP

October 17th, 2016|Business Continuity, Security and Threats|

What kind of business protection do you have in place? Public liability insurance, business premises and assets insurance, professional indemnity insurance? No doubt your business has a host of insurance policies, but what about your information technology – what’s protecting that? When something goes wrong - whether it’s a natural disaster such as flood or [...]

Comments Off on Failing To Plan, Is Planning To Fail: Disaster Recovery And BCP

I have cloud so I already have DR ….right?

September 28th, 2015|Business Continuity, Company News, Tips and Advice|

Cloud IT services are now an established part of the IT picture for most UK businesses. The latest figures from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) show that 84 percent of UK businesses are using some form of cloud service, with 78 percent using two or more cloud services. One of the key reasons used to [...]

Comments Off on I have cloud so I already have DR ….right?