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It’s time to increase your password length

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Why are passwords targeted? User credentials have always been very important in the world of information technology. A user login and a password give direct access to sensitive and confidential data. This is the very reason why password protection is used: to protect assets and prevent unauthorised access. Therefore, when it comes to cyber-attacks and […]

Do you have a Data Loss Prevention strategy to safeguard your business assets?

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What is Data Loss Prevention? Data loss prevention (DLP) is a set of policies and controls put in place in order to avoid the loss of critical corporate information. The aim of DLP is to prevent the loss, the unauthorised access and the general misuse of critical and confidential data. Data loss is a significant […]

How to turn GDPR into a marketing opportunity

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What is the main focus of GDPR? The new General Data Protection Regulation will protect the personal data of all individuals residing within the EU, irrespective of where the company holding the data is based, and includes rules around holding, processing, profiling, maintaining and deleting that data to name a few. An opportunity to build […]

Why doesn’t IT security get considered until it’s too late?

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The recent malware attack on the NHS was a timely reminder of what can happen if an organisation is not adequately prepared for cyber security threats. In the largest scale attack of its kind in history, the attackers used ransomware, which blocks access to data and then demands payment of a ransom in order to […]

#GrowthHack: Making the most of customer data can transform your business

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One thing that can't be disputed is that if you want to run a successful business, you're going to need some customers. Many owners of new businesses probably wish there was a magic formula for attracting and engaging potential clients and making them want to purchase their products or services, but sadly it's not that [...]

#GrowthHack: Using existing contacts to reach your customers

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It's no fun running a business in survival mode. After a while the sleepless nights, lack of a social life and the feeling that every decision is a massive gamble are no longer justified by the buzz of bringing your brilliant concept to the world. Finding a way to get your company to the point [...]

Are you asking yourself tough questions to build your business?

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Growing a business from the ground up can be a frustrating ordeal, and you may occasionally ask yourself how you can finally break through and turn your company into the success it has the potential to be. If you do, that's no bad thing – but there are other more specific questions that can help [...]

A simple IT security checklist for SMEs

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Keeping your company safe from IT security threats can feel daunting, but turning a blind eye can be much more damaging to your business in the long run. That’s why we’ve compiled a checklist with all the basic steps you’ll need to follow to stay as safe as possible. Educate your employees You should never […]

#GrowthHack: 5 growth hacks from Successful Businesspeople

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If you've gone through the process of setting up a business and getting it running successfully, you'll know that this is no mean feat. It doesn't stop there though, because the next step – achieving sustainable growth – can often be even tougher. To help you on your way, we've put together a collection of [...]

#GrowthHack: 4 examples of business owners brilliantly thinking outside the box

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In business, sometimes you have to do things a little differently from the rest to achieve success. The four examples below showcase company owners who have gained impressive results by fully embracing this idea and thinking outside the box. Cardboard computers: Brenden Macaluso, Recompute One could argue that a PC made of cardboard is quite [...]
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