When we think of people trying to hack into computer systems it often conjures up images of Hollywood-style spies and espionage. The reality, of course, is more prosaic; teams of people with little or no respect for the law and with little chance of being detected or prosecuted, sending out emails by the million to people like you and me.
Today, there are more remote workers than ever before. But there isn’t just one type of remote worker. They can be categorised into at least 6 types.
Different working styles means different needs. Providing the tools to accommodate a diverse team in the office and on the move will help to improve the overall productivity of your company.
Cultural challenges when migrating to the cloud
In Computing’s experience, nearly every large enterprise is using at least some form of cloud computing in their organisation. And some, such as British Gas and Atkins, want to make everything cloud-centric in the years to come.
Written by Marc Juffkins, Managing Director, Riverbank IT Management
Here’s something that just makes life a little easier.
If you have an Office 365 subscription, then you almost certainly have OneDrive for Business in the line-up of services available.
What if someone could steal your whole identity with little more than an email?
So-called ‘phishing’ scams – in which emails are sent with the express purpose of stealing your personal details – are becoming more common than ever, but they continue to trick unwary users.
Often business decisions are as much a case of ‘what can we do without?’ as they are, allocating budget. Any service that attracts a cost, like IT support services, comes under immediate scrutiny as you try to reduce spend and maximise profit margins.