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Can Remote Working Increase Business Productivity?

15.11.2018 by Jenn Granger

Experts predict that 50% of the UK’s workforce will be working remotely by 2020. Remote working is the epitome of business flexibility and productivity, allowing us to be at work even when we’re not in the office and bring together people from all locations in one project. With so many business owners already taking to the cloud to enable a more flexible approach to working life, how can remote working and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) work for your business? In a recent UKFast webinar, our Director of Training and Education Arlene Bulfin was joined by four DaaS and remote…

Big Data: It’s a Big Deal

8.11.2018 by Jenn Granger

Big data has had quite the rise to fame in the last decade or so. As our technology allows us to connect like never before and collect data from millions of devices all over the world, big data is shaping…

What Happens When Trello Goes Wrong?

2.10.2018 by Jenn Granger

Turn on the news and you’ll see the return of a familiar theme. They’re all over the papers and on every news feed. In fact, you can’t go anywhere in 2018 without hearing about them. Data breaches. The UN has…

GDPR: Deadline Day is Here!

25.5.2018 by Jenn Granger

Shh, listen. Can you hear the faint cries of joy? That’s just people cheering as they delete the last of the GDPR emails from their inbox. Deadline day is finally here. For many, if not all, businesses, Friday 25th May…

It’s in the vault!

18.5.2018 by Jenn Granger

  The UKFast techies are superexcited today and cracked a party popper or two. Our eCloud® Vault storage system now holds over one billion objects! #FridayFeeling This is fantastic news for our highly-trusted system, which is used by thousands of UKFast…

GDPR Deadline: Everything You Need To Know

20.4.2018 by Jenn Granger

We’ve got it all: April showers, glorious sunshine and the promise of beers on the balcony this afternoon. But that’s not the only thing spring brings this year. Friday 25th May is the GDPR deadline day. The EU’s GDPR (General…

GDPR Breach Notifications – Sound Your Alarm

27.4.2017 by Alice Cullen

Since the introduction of the Data Protection Directive (DPD) in 1995, European member states have faced inconsistencies in their personal data protection standards. In the fourth of our series of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) blogs we’re discussing changes to…

The GDPR – Let’s Refresh

6.4.2017 by Alice Cullen

In April 2016 the European Union (EU) released its finalised document for its new data protection legislation, the General Data Protection Regulation; which is often fondly referred to as the GDPR. Organisations were given just over two years (24 months…

You Are the Weakest Link

3.6.2015 by Katherine Kelly

It’s generally assumed that if you have a data breach it’s because of some gremliny attacker, trying to hack your system from his bedroom whilst wearing a hoodie (not to overegg the stereotype or anything). In fact, new research suggests…

Why it Might be Time to Break Up with Facebook

26.3.2015 by Katherine Kelly

If you’re happy for Facebook to know all about your life – both public and private – then you can ignore this. But if you want Facebook’s insight into your life to be limited to what you choose to put…