As the move from working in an office to the home continues, online communication tools have become essential to facilitate meetings, collaborate with team members, and house sensitive documents. But
What’s the difference and what’s involved? Many businesses use the terms “disaster recovery” and “business continuity” interchangeably, but the reality is these are very different concepts and each contributes an
It can be hard to pick the right Office 365 plan with several choices available. We explain the differences between E1, E3 and E5 in this blog.
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There is no denying that there have been many organisations that embraced Office 365 as their collaboration and productivity platform of choice. More than 28 million active Office 365 users
Compliance is one of the major concerns for most businesses we speak to and with the ever changing IT landscape, it is becoming increasingly hard for organisations to enhance staff
Many organisations have moved their business applications to the cloud—from customer relationship management, HR and payroll systems, to collaboration and file sharing. We also increasingly see an uptake on customers moving their core operational applications like ERP, to the cloud,
During our recent June Security event, we talked about Australian Signal Directorate’s Essential Eight Strategies, as a recommended baseline to address risks associated with cybersecurity. In line with ASD’s recommendations,
Data protection is important, regardless of an organisation’s size. Any information that a company stores digitally needs to be secured and protected appropriately, more so if it deals with personally