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In our modern-day and age, cyberattacks can seem like a thing of the past. After all, we know so much more about the internet and security than we did ten years ago, right? It’s actually more nuanced than that. Though we do have more advanced technology than we once did, we also have to be on the lookout for new security risks. As new technology is being developed, so are techniques to find vulnerabilities with it. Because of this, keeping your organisation safe is about more than just using secure technology. Keeping yourself genuinely safe is a matter of keeping up-to-date with the industry.
With data breaches increasing annually, businesses need to be more vigilant in implementing security measures. Large companies also experience mega data breaches that affect their business, but the hacks rarely lead to closure. However, breaches in small businesses may not be large-scale, but the affected companies have a slim chance of recovery.
Spam is not only annoying – it can be seriously dangerous for your business. While cybersecurity awareness training can do wonders to minimise risks posed by spam, it’s only one side of the coin: you also need intelligent protection in the form of a strong spam filter.
Innovations and improvements in technology bring many changes in how organisations and companies handle their businesses. As the changes are inevitable, every person needs to embrace the change. This leads to the world taking this paradigm in every industry by the incorporation of the new technology. Despite the upsides associated with these technologies, there are several challenges that organisations suffer from. Cyber attacks are one of the fast-growing cybercrime that occurs every year. According to studies, there is a significant increase in such crimes due to the novel technology shift. These crimes have impacted the companies affected, causing data loss and huge losses that befall them. To reduce cases, it is paramount to conduct a security audit to aid in the identification of the loopholes that are in the system. Frequently, the phrase “what question should be asked when conducting a security audit” appears during a security consultation by different companies. This article will highlight all the details you need to know about a security audit before implementation.
Cloud-based storage and applications are touted as the way of the future, promising organisations greater flexibility and productivity as well as fewer IT-based headaches. But understandably, many business leaders still have their questions about the security of these systems: how safe is their company data when it’s being stored on a separate company’s servers? How effective are these products at filtering out cybersecurity threats? What if our internet cuts out one day? To help answer these questions and more, we’ve put together a guide to the strengths and weaknesses of Office 365, which is one of the most popular of these cloud-based suites available today. Read on to discover where Office 365 excels (pun intended) and where you might want to add an extra layer of protection for your productivity and company data with third-party products like TitanFiltering.
As Office 365 is hugely popular worldwide, it makes for a very attractive target for cybercriminals. This shouldn’t be a reason not to subscribe to this cloud-based suite, but it is a good idea to understand where Microsoft has built a good layer of security around its products and where it might be a good idea to strengthen those defences with third-party tools. Today, we’ll go over IT security threats posed by malicious websites and spam email and how well-equipped Office 365 is to combat them. We’ll also take a look at TitanFiltering, our preferred product for boosting Office 365 security.
These days, most of our messages are delivered via the internet: from emails to texts, calls and voice memos sent via free services like Messenger and WhatsApp, there’s no longer a need to worry about your monthly text allowance since WiFi and 4G have irreversibly changed the way we communicate with each other. And why should business calls be any different? In today’s blog post, we’re taking a look at how IP telephony – or more simply put, calls made via the internet – can support your business, drive down costs and generally simplify the day-to-day life in your company. We’ll also go over how VoIP (voice over internet protocol) works in Office 365.
Collaborative work is key to greater productivity and a more satisfied staff and with today’s digital tools, teamwork is easier and more agile than ever. In recent years, Microsoft has added new collaborative tools like Teams to their repertoire as well as building new functionalities for better teamwork to existing applications within Office 365. In today’s blog post, we’ll go over how you can use Office 365’s cloud-based tools for better collaboration within your organisation as well as sharing tips for better communication using Office 365 so that you get the most out of your subscription.
Does Office 365 back up your data? In short, the answer to this question is yes – but only to an extent. Microsoft will help you recover your data in case something like a natural disaster or a fire, or if you suffer a hardware failure that means you lose important files or emails. They also provide you 30 days of time to recover files moved to the recycling bin before it deletes them completely, offering you some protection against human error as well.
In the past few weeks, this blog has focused on the shortcomings of the built-in recovery measures of the G Suite and Office 365, highlighting the need for a third-party backup solution. There are a number of myths about cybersecurity and data backup surrounding these two cloud-based suites. People often use these misconceptions to convince themselves they don’t need an external backup solution for their data.
Over the past couple of weeks on this blog, we’ve been going over the limitations popular cloud-based productivity suites Office 365 and G Suite have when it comes to backing up your data. Clearly, if you take your data security seriously and want to minimise downtime and having to redo lost work, you need a third-party backup solution for your files and messages.
Did you know that 64% of data loss happens due to accidental or malicious deletion? Or that 32% of organisations will at one point experience a data loss event? This means every organisation would benefit from a data backup service that saves a copy of their files and messages automatically to protect them from disasters. But what should you keep an eye on when shopping for an Office 365 data backup service? In today’s article, we’ll go over eights features your organisation could benefit from in a third-party backup service.
Data backup is not what it used to be. As we’ve discussed on this blog in recent weeks, neither Office 365 nor G Suite offer comprehensive data backup tools for most organisations which is why investing in a third-party backup solution is so important. This is because the modern features now commonly associated with data backup products are so useful it makes perfect sense even for the smallest of organisations to invest in one. Read on to discover how data backup has changed in recent years and how Backupify, one of our recommended backup solutions, can help with your data retention, business continuity and compliance.
It used to be the case that the most prevalent misconception people had about cloud-based apps was that they were inherently unsafe. This was due to a misunderstanding about how data is stored and protected in the cloud. This is no longer the case, with more and more organisations now relying on cloud-based productivity suites like Office 365 for a big part of their daily work. That being said, there are still many misconceptions people have about the level of cybersecurity Office 365 apps offer by default, which is why today, we’ll take a closer look at what Microsoft can and can’t do to protect your organisation’s data.
These days, small businesses everywhere are facing a very fortunate conundrum: which high-quality, intuitive and affordable productivity suite to pick. When it comes to the G Suite vs Office 365 debate, both offer powerful, popular tools and competitive pricing, so at the end of the day, which one is right for you and your organisation comes down to your personal preferences and what you value and need the most in your day-to-day life. To help you choose between G Suite and O365, we’ve put together the brief guide below to talk about the similarities and differences between the two. Without further ado, here’s what you need to know when choosing your productivity suite.
Microsoft Teams is a powerful piece of software within the Office 365 suite that can handle all your internal communication needs and keep your entire organisation working collaboratively within a well-organised digital framework. You can do a lot with this software product, but first, you need to set it up and get to grips with using it.
Remote work comes with many benefits, such as a better work-life balance, more time for hobbies and flexible hours. But there are many challenges that come with it, too. Many of these relate to communication because we are a social species. Problems with communication can in turn cause issues for collaborative work as well as employee wellbeing and your company culture.
These days, we rely on our screens for a huge part of our communication, and work is no different – even if your whole team works in the same office. Whether it’s shooting a quick question to your manager who is working from home that day or chasing up a coworker on something when they’re sitting across from you but clearly focusing on something with their headphones on, shooting a quick message is the easiest option.