At this time of year, it's traditional to reflect on the year that’s been and think about the year ahead. What can we do better in 2020? And what does the year have in store for us?
GDPR has focused business leaders’ thoughts on the data held within their organisations and how best to protect it. Since the first step towards securing anything is understanding what you have, an Information Asset Register is crucial. Grant McGregor explains what an Information Asset Register is...
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies are rapidly gaining traction in the modern workplace owing to the flexibility and convenience they provide to both employees and their employers.
GDPR comes into effect on 25th May 2018. It is set to improve the control EU citizens have over the data that organisations hold on them. As a result, it has huge implications for the way organisations manage their data – and the staff they are recruiting.
So far, 2017 has been the year of the cyber-attack. Cases of cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism are on the rise, but never before have the general public seen the scope and scale of cyber-crime committed by groups on the government and public services.
In recent years, the IT landscape has been transformed by digitalisation, Cloud, social and mobile – probably with significant impact on what a business-critical system looks like and what constitutes an IT disaster for your business.
As your business grows, so too will the demands you have of your IT systems. Therefore it’s very likely that you’ll need to implement new systems – whether it’s updating your ERP or CRM software or switching from an on-premise system to a cloud-based solution.