Why Your Business Continuity Strategy Should Include RTO & RPO If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we can never know what’s around the corner. Disruption may occur at any point – be it a flood, drought, cyber attack or virus outbreak.
Is Your Endpoint Security Prepared for These Major Mobile Threats? We are firmly in the age of mobile working, where many employees either work remotely or on the go. It’s scarce, these days, for work to start and end in the office.
How You Can Use the Microsoft Power Platform to Optimise Your Business Most of us are familiar with Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Teams, but many businesses are yet to realise the benefits of one of Microsoft’s other flagship solutions: Microsoft Power Platform.
Why You Need to Start Worrying More About Supply Chain Breaches A couple of decades ago, if we’d said the word ‘supply chain’, you probably would’ve thought of consumer products, retail and manufacturing. The term referred to physical supply chains that supported the production and distribution of goods.
Cloud Storage Trends You Should Have on Your Radar The cloud storage market has grown exponentially over the past decade. Businesses of all sizes have noted the value, efficiency and elasticity of the cloud. So much so that it continues to grow at an astounding rate. IDC has estimated the
3 Key Things You Need to Be Doing to Prevent a Cloud Data Breach More and more companies are harnessing the power of cloud storage and cloud software-as-a-service solutions. Today, research indicates that most SMBs run at least three-quarters of their workloads on the cloud – and that number is only set
For four years in a row, the famous Verizon Data Breach Investigations report has found that compromised credentials is the top cause of all data breaches.
If you’ve read the headlines recently, you might have seen the same term coming up again and again: Bossware. Don’t worry. Bossware isn’t a new kind of malware. It’s actually software that organisations can use for employee surveillance.
At the end of 2021, Microsoft made a big announcement. It launched Microsoft Teams Essentials, a new version of Teams explicitly designed for small businesses.
In this day and age, it’s not a case of if your business will suffer a cyberattack but when. In the last year alone, ransomware attacks in Australia increased by 15%. All companies are vulnerable to cybercrime – and an attack could happen at any moment.