Let's look at the difference between cloud backup and cloud storage and how each contributes to daily business life; business continuity and disaster recovery.
The move to home working has prompted more businesses to invest in more digital, online staff-monitoring tools to help with transparency and productivity.
In this article, we look at why Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is still popular and we look at some of the risks businesses face by allowing BYOD.
The fact that websites continue to be hacked and passwords are frequently stolen (and that a computer recently set a record by guessing 100 billion passwords per second) calls in to question how passwords can still be used safely and what lies ahead for them.
Microsoft is making its plus addressing, custom email feature available to all Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) users by adding it to Exchange Online.
Hacking of websites, as well as devices and accounts, is all too common and this article looks at some of the tell-tale signs that your website may have been hacked, and what to do about it.
In the wake of the recent attack on the WisePay website which saw some parents unwittingly making school payments to cyber-criminals, we look at how to spot whether personal data may have been compromised and how to protect personal information going forward.
Facial Recognition and facial authentication sound similar but there are distinct differences and this article takes a broad a look at how both are playing more of a role in our lives going forward. So firstly, what's the difference?
A recent survey appears to have shown that changes brought by the pandemic have meant that IT buyers from companies working on digital transformation now value cybersecurity the most.