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How Cloud CCTV could benefit your business

This entry was posted in Cloud, cctv, Security, business on 12 December 2018 by Izzi Gorman

Cloud technologies have changed the way we do things and are unquestionably changing the way we use CCTV. Protecting your business from crime can become a daily struggle, however, CCTV is an exceptional measure that you can use to help prevent crime. Studies have shown that 95% of burglaries recorded to the police in the UK are not solved. CCTV is one of the systems we could use to help reduce this figure and ensure that crimes are solved.

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Personal data is being 'weaponised against us with military efficiency' warns Apple CEO.

It is very rarely surprising to note that major tech companies are, at times, a bit fast and loose with customer data. It is part of the business model of technology companies to make use of our personal and usage data in order to target us with more effective advertising based on our interests, after all.

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All the important announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2018

Microsoft held their big conference recently; here is what you need to know.

 Microsoft recently held their major conference, in which they laid out the company’s direction for the next 12 months and showed off some fancy new products and services that will make your working life easier.

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How to leverage Microsoft 365 without the headaches

Because your business is too important to leave your core processes to chance

Since it was released in 2011, Microsoft’s Office 365 has grown to 60 million active users. Office 365 has proved a brilliant option for small businesses that are just looking for the great productivity tools they love that are kept up to date, but are not necessarily looking for anything too complex in their business IT. 

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Five Reasons why we LOVE Microsoft 365... and why you should too

Microsoft's new enterprise business packages are helping to change the way we work.

Technology has opened us up to all sorts of exciting and interesting new ways of conducting our working lives. For the most part, these have allowed us to be more productive, particularly on the go.

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Is a firewall enough to protect your network security?

We live in a hyper-sensitive era when it comes to cyber-security. News of hacks and vulnerabilities are all over the news at the moment. We value cyber-security and it is our mission to make cyber-security a less daunting prospect for our users. To do so, we have made some helpful guides. Today we will cover firewalls. A firewall is relatively well known, but few really understand what it does. 

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6 Tips for working from home effectively

Working from home is great. It allows you an opportunity to get away from some of the distractions of a busy office and complete tasks in a relaxing environment. In fact, it is so great that data from the ONS shows that 4.2 million people worked remotely in 2015, and that number is only expected to rise.

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The Cloud For Designers

As a designer, you will know that constant evolution is crucial for survival, you cannot be using the same designs year in year out. So why would you forget about updating the system your business runs on? Technology is changing rapidly and it will continue to do so at an ever-faster pace, taking advantage of new advancements is key.

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5 ways to improve your cyber security

2017 was a bad year for cyber security. With WannaCry causing troubles in the NHS, Equifax losing customer data and NotPetya affecting companies such as Maersk and FedEx.

With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, cyber-security is again at the forefront of our consciousness. This time because the consequences of data breaches have increased exponentially.

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Google is tracking your location, even when you ask it not to...

This entry was posted in Security, Google, hacking, data, vulnerabilities on 08 August 2018 by Tom Dodd

Google is tracking user locations even after they have opted out; it has emerged.

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