Disaster Recovery and Backups Explained

In a digital age where the GDPR has made data security more crucial than ever, whether you’re a startup or international enterprise, backup plans are key to your business’ survival. Did you know that 30% of businesses have no disaster recovery strategy? The past year has seen more cyber-attacks than ever before, with data breaches and security threats creating a real risk to businesses, often having an immediate and destructive impact. With the rising number of connected devices and the increasing sophistication of hackers, it is vital to have a comprehensive backup plan in place.

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Cyber-Crime: What Is The Risk To UK Business

Cyber-attacks are increasing significantly, and not disappearing anytime soon. Stats show that many organisations fail to fully understand the risks and lack an appropriate strategy for defending against malicious threats. Download the infographic now to discover the latest stats on cyber-threats to UK businesses.

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GDPR is around the corner: Are you ready?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union's (EU) legislation for the protection of personal data within the EU and beyond. The GDPR introduces new responsibilities for both data controllers and data processors who must be compliant with the legislation's standards by 25th May 2018. It tackles the outdated data protection laws which exist throughout EU member states and facilitates the secure free-flow of data. Do you know that 74% of UK SMEs suffered a security breach in 2016? Under the new rules, breaches can cost your business 4% of your global annual turnover or £20m. Complying with the GDPR is crucial. That's why we've created a whitepaper that outlines the steps you must take to become compliant, the advantages and improvements made by the legislation, and the potential effects Brexit will have on the GDPR. Are you ready for the GDPR? Download your guide now to discover the necessary steps your business must take to prepare.

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eBook Cloud Series: The Impact of IoT on Business

Less than five years ago, you’d have been easily forgiven for assuming that the Internet of Things (IoT) was no more than a figment of a science-fiction writer’s imagination. However, thanks to the insatiably fast-paced technology industry, IoT has become the norm much sooner than expected.But how does IoT affect your business right now? In this eBook we delve into the world of IoT to discuss how it is digitising workplaces across the globe and accelerating the evolution of big data. Discover how IoT is changing business as we know it, how it affects your cybersecurity and, of course, the future of IoT in business.Download the eBook now to get to grips with everything you need to know about IoT and your business.

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Technology Predictions 2017

There’s no doubt about it, 2016 has been a rollercoaster of a year; one that will certainly warrant a mention or two in the history books. Not only was the global political and economic climate rocked to its core, a significant rise in security breaches has highlighted just how vulnerable some newly adopted technologies still are. With both feet now firmly in 2017, we’re taking a look at the impact of new technologies such as the Internet of Things and the introduction of various legislation on businesses over the next 12 months. Download our free whitepaper now to discover the trends that you need to know in 2017 and beyond.

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Hosting and Data Security: Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset

It has never been more vital to prioritise data security, and the best place to begin is by understanding where and how your data is stored. According to the 2018 Cyber Security Breaches Survey, 43% of commercial businesses and 19% of charities suffered a cyber-breach in 2018. Data has no boundaries, and with the number of cyber-attacks increasing each month, securing your business data should be top priority. Did you know that 74% of companies currently outsource their IT and 87% are planning to maintain or increase their level of IT outsourcing? This whitepaper examines the advantages of outsourced hosting and the relationship between hosting and data security.  

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