A cyber-resilient infrastructure will help protect your business or organisation against cyber threats and ensure continued operation in the face of attack, to minimise risk and keep service disruption to a minimum. Here are some of the things you chould consider to improve your cyber-resilience.
While digital transformation has been taking place among private sector businesses and public sector organisations for some time, many charities – particularly smaller ones – are yet to catch up. Here, we look at how charities can take a more strategic approach to adopting and using digital technology.
When it comes to cybersecurity, particularly for SMEs and smaller organisations, there is a difficult balance to strike between protecting systems, networks and data and enabling staff to work without the hassle of complex security processes and applications to go through to carry out simple, everyday tasks. Here, we look at how you can balance security with convenience to achieve the best of both worlds.
Digital transformation is about looking at how an organisation works and rethinking its processes and operations to take full advantage of technology. However, choosing the right strategy and technologies to support a successful digital transformation is only one part of the puzzle. Here, we look at five key things to avoid, to maximise your chances of success.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a global initiative that promotes better cyber awareness to individuals and organisations, is in full swing. Here, we take a closer look at what churches, charitable organisations and SMEs can do to build adequate defences that help protect them against the most common cyber threats.
Information Architecture plays a critical role in most major ICT projects. If you’re planning to invest in a new Microsoft 365 deployment or have recently migrated to the cloud, implementing intuitive and easy to understand information architecture will help encourage user adoption across your organisation.