608, 2020

Don’t Let Your Tech Management be an If Only Moment

By |August 6th, 2020|Categories: News|

When things go wrong we are often as discombobulated by our own feeling of guilt for having thought of that thing we were going to do, but didn’t. We look for fault, but deep down know that if we had done what we had planned, the problem wouldn’t have [...]

2407, 2020

Is Home Working Part of your New Business Strategy?

By |July 24th, 2020|Categories: IT & Data Security|

There is a growing consensus that home working is now part of business life. Many had thought about it, considered it, but put it on the back boiler until, well, they could look at others and see if it worked for them.  Now we have seen the largest possible [...]

907, 2020

Have You Done Your Lockdown Homework?

By |July 9th, 2020|Categories: ISO Standards|

Now your employees are working from home, do they have your sensitive data at home too?   Coronavirus is hopefully receding, slowly, so there is increasing talk about the long-term effects. What will change permanently? Will we travel less, holiday at home more, shop online more frequently, buy more local [...]

2106, 2020

Digital Transformation for mere mortals

By |June 21st, 2020|Categories: News|

Digital Transformation is a fancy name for something which is already happening to most of us whether we know it or not. We should not just sit back and ride this wave passively, I believe it is critically important that we should stay ahead of this unstoppable trend [...]

504, 2020

Phishing Scams: What You Need to Know

By |April 5th, 2020|Categories: News|

For almost as long as there have been emails, there have been phishing lures, scams and hacks, baiting the unsuspecting into taking disastrous actions. So old is this hacking technique that it may seem a wonder that cybercriminals still resort to it as much as they do. Indeed, [...]