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Is privacy the key to your customers’ happiness?

Most customers these days expect nothing less than a great experience. With company information and public reviews more accessible than ever before, the bar for great customer service has never [...]

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A rise in BEC attacks means worryingly low levels of email security

Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks have increased by a huge 80%, according to the latest quarterly ESRA report from Mimecast. This is compared to last year’s report which caught 41,605 [...]

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What to expect when Alexa and Cortana join forces

This week will see the integration of Microsoft’s and Amazon’s digital assistants, when it’s offered to users throughout the US. First demonstrated earlier this year at Microsoft’s Build [...]

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How safe is your cloud storage?

Many organisations are using cloud storage to store and manage their ever increasing volumes of data. Cloud storage has many benefits: it’s accessible from anywhere, easy to expand and doesn’t [...]

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The Number One Source for Cyber Criminals

It may come as a surprise that the number one source of malware used to catch unsuspecting users is spam emails. It is certainly an old trick as spam emails have been doing the rounds for 40 [...]

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A rise of cyber attacks towards SMEs

According to a recent report, new figures have shown that a third of small and medium businesses have been major targets of cyber attacks within the past five years. In fact, cyber crimes are [...]

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How to be proactive and reactive to cyber attacks

In 2017, a ‘Cyber Security Breaches Survey’ was taken of 1,523 businesses of differing sizes, with a huge 46% stating that they had discovered a cyber security breach in the previous 12 months. [...]

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Remote workers are being let down by UK businesses

According to new studies carried out by One Pulse and Owl Labs, UK businesses aren’t doing enough to support their remote workers.  It states that more than half of those workers feel that their [...]

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What do big technology companies do with your data?

Data has been a very hot topic lately, particularly since the introduction of GDPR this May. Yet it is still surprising for technology users to discover exactly what large companies do with their [...]

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Google reveals that Gmail messages can be read by human third party app developers

According to a recent article by BBC News, Google have confirmed that private emails sent and received by Gmail users can occasionally by read by third-party app developers and not just machines. [...]