Our industry is full of overcomplicated language, which very few understand. Supported by images of the same ‘bloke in a coffee shop’, or that ‘contact centre agent’ with the creepy smile. We wanted to write down our honest opinions.
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You might not imagine that schools are particularly high on the list of desirables to hack, however school databases host a wealth of information, from the personal details of every student, their families, addresses, financial documents, medical history and grades, to the payrolls of staff, funding, bursaries and so much more.
AI & Automation – it’s not the Hollywood sci-fi film you thought it was.
Human error is involved in more than 90% of breaches. And, in many cases, the very best security available won’t have helped in the slightest. It’s absolutely vital that employees are clear on the critical role they play in helping to prevent security incidents.
The last 18 months have shown us that people aren’t any less productive when working from home, on a beach, or on the move – if anything, they work harder. Now teams are asking how to continue this path and evolve their agile working environment on an ongoing basis.
The journey out of lockdown is in full swing and summer is just around the corner; now is the time to get your travel business ready for the impending bookings boom.
The fastest growing, most efficient and resilient businesses usually have one thing in common – they have all implemented cloud-based technologies. From start-ups to large-scale
The past year has had a negative impact on most working sectors, with the travel industry being one of the hardest hit. Not only was
Cyber-attacks don’t just happen to large corporations. Any business can fall foul of cyber-crime, but the best way to protect your business against attack is to be prepared. Here’s the heads-up on some of the biggest cyber threats to look out for so far this year and how to prevent them.
When employees across the country were asked to leave the office and work remotely in March 2020, not many of us imagined we’d still be
When we’re all walking around with mobile phones in our pockets, it seems bizarre that businesses still operate and rely on on-premise tools and technology.
I’ve grown to hate the word ‘normal’. It’s everywhere and nothing’s ‘normal’. For many, remote working was a forced overnight move; the rapid shift of
Last year was more turbulent than most, and has taught us that disruption is unavoidable.
Long-term strategies for greater resilience need to be determined now; for many, strong technology partnerships will be critical to this.