Workflow management software can help keep things running smoothly in a busy office, but is it really necessary? In many scenarios, yes.
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The use of cloud based applications can make things easier for your business: you can save money on infrastructure and let someone else manage the day-to-day hardware and software headaches. However, using the cloud in your business can invite headaches of its own, especially when it comes to ensuring the safety of your data. With security breaches reported worldwide at large and small firms […]
Most organisations are concerned about the security of their information on the internet, so it is not surprising that on 25th May 2018, a new European privacy regulation, called The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), came into effect in the UK. As you can imagine, just about every organisation is affected. If your business collects data through a website or social media account, conducts […]
If your business is like most these days, it is spread out over different locations and functions: you might have sales people on the road, creatives in an auxiliary office space, individuals working from home, and others spread out across client offices. At the same time, you have probably heard a lot about collaboration and how important it is to get all parts of your business communicating […]
Cloud computing is when data or software is stored on and accessed from a server off-site, not owned by the organization using it. It is one of the fastest growing areas of the tech sector. Especially popular is the migration of in-house applications and software to the cloud. A good example of this on a small scale is the use of Office 365 and OneDrive from Microsoft. Google Docs offers a […]
We have established a strong ongoing relationship with Guardian Technologies who have used our knowledgeable, trustworthy and dependable security consultants and technicians. Our complimentary skills have brought about significant change to the security in multiple organisations concerned with the protection of their sensitive digital assets and intellectual property, particularly in the […]
GDPR, which comes into force on May 25th 2018, is to regulate the handling of 'personal data'. There's a lot of noise about it, but a lot of confusion as well. How the regulation should be interpreted is not always clear so it's good to get the definition from the horses mouth. The actual definition of 'personal data' is, as defined in Article 4 of the regulation:
So far no one seems to have commented on how come the damaging documents from Mossack Fonseca got leaked in the first place. While of course we are all glad they did, except of course those rich, powerful and/or corrupt few, but from a security perspective this is probably one of the most monumental and spectacular cock-ups in world digital history. It is only the real world implications that has […]