No-one likes passwords.
Eliminating Cybersecurity Risks for Your Business
We've been through a LOT of change over the last couple of years.
There are changes with the way we work, the way we shop, and the way we interact with others.
Are there changes in your business?
What adjustments do you need have in the upcoming years, and how could you use the technology to boost your business?
The use of Microsoft Teams has just exploded in the last few years, and it now boasts 270 million people using it every month.
Of course, it was the right tool at the right time when we all rushed to working from home at the start of the pandemic.
But the growth of Teams has continued, even if some believe the growth has slowed down a little recently.
Teams is so important to some businesses, that the owners and managers wonder how they ever managed without it.
Microsoft is constantly launching new features and services to keep your employees and data safe online.
As a business owner or manager, you should be aware that one of the largest threats to data security is weak or reused passwords.
Microsoft Edge is getting a new update that will give you access to a new and enhanced password management function. This will allow you to automatically save all of your passwords within your browser, providing a cost-effective method of avoiding password-based cyber-attacks.
We've all benefited from a slew of new productivity tools in the last couple of years. It's been fantastic.
However, if your main issue is just being organized, nothing beats a list. Especially the List tool from Microsoft.
See how it works with other programs you use, such as Microsoft Teams, in our most recent video,
As a business owner or manager, you know how important good IT is. Your business couldn’t function without it.
Your IT isn’t just about computers and data. It’s everything from your phone system to your printers, to where you access your documents.
And that’s without going into the measures you must take to keep your data and infrastructure safe and secure from cyber criminals.
If you have people working remotely in your business, you’re probably used to emails flying around at all hours of the day or night.
Thinking about moving your business's applications and data over to a cloud-based solution? Breaking out in a cold sweat and dropping off the entire idea is understandable.
It's not easy. And there's a couple of things that might go wrong, from things not working as they should be, or increased downtime to data loss.
The good things is, if you get it done properly, the benefits are countless. These include increased security, big cost savings, and better scalability. Furthermore, there may be additional features that you can access and utilize.
Lost and annoyed with multiple tabs while busy working? Then check this out.
It's easy to get lost, and confused when you have to open too many tabs at the same time. So, instead of swimming in a sea of tabs, how about getting a browser that looks like this.
The risk of a cyber-attack looms over businesses here and other NATO allied countries as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues. It is likely Russia would launch online attacks congruent to its aggressive physical actions in Ukraine as response to sanctions imposed by most of Europe, Asia and North America.