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The Cyber Crime Wave: 5 Practical Steps to Protect your regulated Firm

Cyber-attacks are becoming ever more frequent and ever more costly, with estimated annual losses from cyber-crime now topping $400bn (£291bn), according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies.  This blog post contains 5 practical steps that every organisation can take to protect themselves
 
Posted: Monday 16 March 2020 13:10:48 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

Effective Cyber Security for Small and Medium Business – Why a Structured Approach to Service is Paramount to Managing Risk

With cyber-attacks and data breaches hitting the news headlines seemingly daily, it cannot have escaped anyone’s notice that risk management around cybercrime is now a massive issue for all businesses.  Small and Medium sized firms are now a primary target and great many are now falling victim to Cyber Crime.

Posted: Wednesday 15 January 2020 13:06:13 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

Cyber Essentials certification and it's benefits

The threat to SME businesses from Cybercrime is severe and continuously escalating and unfortunately many businesses don’t fully appreciate the risks until its’s too late.  In this blog we look at how SME business can best tackle the problem and the huge added value to be had by implementing the Government backed Cyber Essentials scheme.

Posted: Friday 25 January 2019 16:55:52 by Global Administrator with 0 comments
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Secure Remote Working for Regulated Firms

Given the wealth of highly confidential data that regulated firms are dealing with on a daily basis, there are naturally also concerns about the implications of providing remote access and whether this could compromise client confidentiality, SRA compliance or data protection.  
Posted: Thursday 3 August 2017 15:34:41 by Jack Chapman with 0 comments

Preparing your Regulated Firm for GDPR

The new EU general data protection regulation (GDPR) comes in to effect in May 2018 and represents the most radical change in data protection legislation in the last 20 years.
Posted: Thursday 3 August 2017 15:06:45 by Jack Chapman with 0 comments

GDPR Compliance for Regulated Firms: Just Where is your Confidential Data?

This may sound like an odd question, as I’m sure many of you will be certain you know just where all your confidential and personal data is held. But do you really? And does it matter? 
Posted: Thursday 3 August 2017 14:42:24 by Jack Chapman with 0 comments

Effective Cyber Security for Regulated Firms – Why a Structured Approach is Paramount to Managing Risk

With cyber attacks and data breaches hitting the news headlines seemingly daily, it cannot have escaped anyone’s notice that risk management around cyber crime is now a massive issue for all businesses.
Posted: Thursday 3 August 2017 13:54:54 by Jack Chapman with 0 comments

Business Intelligence

Connexion are using Business Intelligence tools to help make sense of their helpdesk data and provide a better service
Posted: Tuesday 6 December 2016 12:35:26 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

SharePoint Terminology Part 4: Lists and other functionality

In this final post I will look at Lists plus briefly mention some other functionality for both Lists and Document Libraries that you might consider using.
Posted: Wednesday 26 August 2015 09:30:12 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

SharePoint Terminology Part 3: Views

A View in Sharepoint is simply a different way of looking at the information in a Document Library. By default, all Document Libraries have a View called All Items, but new Views can be added to show different information to diffeent users.
Posted: Friday 14 August 2015 16:10:05 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

SharePoint Terminology Part 2: Document Libraries

More often than not, the first thing most people want to look at is storing documents in SharePoint and this will likely have previously have been done using folders either on a centralised server or on a user's local machine (or a combination of both).
Posted: Friday 24 July 2015 09:48:35 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

SharePoint Terminology Part 1: Sites

A lot of small businesses are using SharePoint for the first time. But whilst they may have been sold on the benefits of using SharePoint, it's a big transition and the new way of doing things can be daunting. This series of blog posts is designed to help users with some of the new concepts.
Posted: Friday 10 July 2015 11:44:03 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

The Rise of Mobile and Responsive Web Design

Building websites that work well on smart mobile phones is becoming more important than ever before. But how can you ensure your website will look good on the widest range of devices?
Posted: Monday 29 June 2015 15:44:25 by Stephen Joyes with 0 comments

5 keys to implementing SharePoint in your business.

With the growth in Office 365, more SMEs than ever are turning to Microsoft SharePoint as their central point for sharing company information in the Cloud.  The transition to SharePoint can be difficult,  getting the most out of it certainly requires effort and the right approach.  In this article we look at 5 keys to succesfully implementing and adopting SharePoint.
Posted: Friday 12 June 2015 12:41:09 by Global Administrator with 0 comments

Guide to Cybercrime for SMEs

Is Cybercrime something that SMEs need to be concerned about?  What exactly is it, how do you know if you have it, how does it affect businesses and what can be done to prevent it? We try to answer all of these questions in our latest blog.
Posted: Monday 1 June 2015 11:59:12 by Global Administrator with 0 comments
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