Free to use business software that can help during the COVID-19 epidemic

2020-09-07T17:17:09+01:00March 27th, 2020|Company News, Technology News, Tips and Advice|

With the COVID-19 epidemic hitting the income of businesses hard, and the reality of trying to run an organisation with all staff working remotely hitting home, it is good to know that many of the cloud software providers are stepping up to the mark with offers to use their tools free of charge.   Why [...]

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Business by Numbers: The Importance of KPIs

2020-03-10T17:00:54+01:00March 10th, 2020|Accountants, Business Continuity, Financial Services, Tips and Advice|

We all know that business is a numbers game. Without knowing precise figures, you’ve got no chance of maintaining focus and complete visibility over what is going on in your company. If you’re a finance director or an accountant, you’ll be used to crunching numbers every day for your firm. But how well do you [...]

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The Paperless Office: 9 Ways to End Paper Waste for Good!

2020-03-02T12:15:17+01:00February 24th, 2020|Productivity, Tips and Advice|

Okay, hands up — how many of you still use fax machines, paper statements and paper documents? If so, why?! For many businesses, particularly accountants and lawyers, going paperless sounds pretty daunting. Both law and finance are traditionally paper-heavy industries with filing cabinets filled to the brim with signed paperwork and other bits of important [...]

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PCaaS: Subscribe, Don’t Buy

2020-02-13T10:10:02+01:00February 13th, 2020|Accountants, Business Continuity, Financial Services, Productivity, Technology News, Tips and Advice|

Buying computers has always been the traditional way of securing tech for your business. But sometimes traditions are made to be broken, right? High upfront costs, crippling cash flows, lagging equipment and a disgruntled, unproductive workforce mean this way of purchasing PCs is now severely outdated. Especially when you consider how we buy so many other things… [...]

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Hide and Seek: Don’t Play Games with Your Data Storage

2020-07-16T09:08:43+01:00January 31st, 2020|Law, Productivity, Security and Threats, Tips and Advice|

Are you currently storing all your data on a physical server that sits in the basement of the building? What happens if someone accidentally unplugs it? If building works are being done on the office and the server needs to be moved? Or worse: what if there’s a fire? A flood? What if the [...]

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Don’t Panic: Recovering Files in Office 365 Exchange and SharePoint

2020-07-16T09:10:02+01:00January 31st, 2020|Law, Productivity, Tips and Advice|

We’ve shown you how to restore files on Windows and Mac. We’ve given you the tools you need to recover deleted emails in Outlook and Mail. But why stop there? How about some tips on restoring deleted files in Office 365 Exchange Online and SharePoint?   Retrieve files in Office 365 Exchange Online If you’ve [...]

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Cyber Security Trends: Our Predictions for 2020

2020-03-02T12:22:39+01:00December 2nd, 2019|Cyber Security, Tips and Advice|

If there’s one thing we learnt in 2019, it’s that attacks are not only rising in numbers, but also in complexity and persistence. Thanks to increasingly sophisticated technology, cybersecurity is quickly becoming a fast-evolving game of wits — one where defenders will need to dramatically step up their security game if they are to outmanoeuvre [...]

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Don’t Panic: Restoring Deleted Emails in Outlook and Mail

2020-09-07T16:36:59+01:00November 8th, 2019|Law, Tips and Advice|

Back in the day, accidentally misplacing your Filofax would undoubtedly have resulted in a panicked outburst: “But my WHOLE LIFE is in there!” But nowadays, most of our life — from emails and contacts to meetings, appointments, events and tasks — is at the mercy of our email providers, stored in various well-organised (ahem) folders. [...]

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Don’t Panic: How to Recover Deleted Files on Windows and Mac

2020-09-07T16:28:56+01:00November 6th, 2019|Law, Tips and Advice|

We’ve all been there. You’ve spent hours working on an important document for a client, only to delete it a couple of days later accidentally. So, if you ever find yourself in a bind, always check the Recycle Bin (Windows) or Trash (Apple) first. The Recycle Bin works like any other folder — simply open [...]

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How Will a No-Deal Brexit Affect Your Data?

2020-03-02T12:26:45+01:00October 23rd, 2019|Accountants, Business Continuity, Financial Services, Tips and Advice|

On the 31st of October 2019, the UK will finally bid adieu to the EU. Or that’s the plan, at least. Since the result of the 2016 EU referendum, businesses across the country have been following the twists and turns of the Brexit negotiations, waiting nervously for the outcome. Whilst all of this has been [...]

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