With the implementation of GDPR and the numerous data breaches that have made the headlines, cloud security has never been so important. While many businesses can rely, to some degree, on their hosting providers to help maintain security, there are vital considerations that your business needs to think about when using the cloud. Here are five principles that can help your organisation remain safe and compliant when it comes to cloud security;
Cyber-security is a complicated subject that is often overlooked and wrongly perceived by many businesses. Here at b2b IT services, we strive to help our clients understand cyber-security and what it means for their businesses. We offer Cyber Essentials and Cyber Security-as-a-Service for all our clients and can recommend the best options for each unique business and infrastructure. Today we’re myth-busting cyber-security and explaining the top 10 misconceptions.
A recent survey found that some organisations have up to 50% of their assets on tech that is soon to be end-of-life’d including: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. Successfully migrating from these systems, can involve the assessment of hardware, testing the readiness of existing software, co-ordination of staff and users and management of the upgrade path.
Yep, we have our own hashtag and whilst that sounds “big corporate machine in the IT world”, the philosophy behind the meaning is on the contrary.
That title may not mean much to you, but if you work with an IT company or are the lucky handler of sales calls in your work place, you will know that the world of IT is highly competitive and lends itself to employing a vast number of sales people.
It’s Monday morning. Bill feels like he’s done a days work already as the youngest thinks 5am is get up and go time. He kisses the wife goodbye, drives to work. He is welcomed by Matt on reception who politely asks if he would like a coffee. Strong, no sugar.