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The acceleration of digital transformation and managed service initiatives

With a dramatic turn of events due to the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 virus, many companies are having to instantly ascertain how to ensure business continuity, remote working and collaboration for the entire organisation, amidst a plethora of corporate travel bans, potential curfews, lockdowns and employees being forced to …

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How D2C retailers can look to a brighter future

Kevin Murray, Managing Director at Greenlight Commerce offers his advice to D2C retailers. As we witness the closures of high street stores and the changing dynamics of consumer behaviours, innovative brands who understand the changing industry, are realising that they are having to extend their digital presence to offer consumers …

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Partner content: How to innovate your workplace with Philips monitors

The world and our society keeps changing, as well as our priorities, our behaviour and values. We’re now more conscious about our carbon footprint more than ever due to the climate crisis. We value our privacy even more and want to have as much as control over it as possible. …

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Why printer security should be taken extremely seriously

While many organisations don’t feel that printer security is a threat, ASL’s Managing Director Nigel Allen outlines why they could be putting themselves at risk. Within the last year, 55% of businesses in the UK have experienced a cyberattack an reported the cost of dealing with such an incident on …

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Partner Content: How can online retailers weather the pandemic storm?

Cas Paton, founder and CEO of OnBuy.com, looks at why it is vital that online marketplaces, no matter their size, have a strong crisis plan in place. There’s no doubt we’re in uncharted waters; the coronavirus pandemic has created a level of disruption that generations of people won’t have experienced before. …

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Data protection laws still apply during the shift to remote working, warns Brigantia

Brigantia’s Product Marketing Manager Rob Hall discusses why GDPR is important amid the current COVID-19 crisis. The ICO has recently released some guidance about how organisations should continue to abide by the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) commonly referred to simply as GDPR (as it is the UK’s enactment …

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How CIOs can ensure their IT infrastructure copes with the surge in home workers

Paul Beaumont, General Manager of Central Networks and Technologies, an IT services and support business, shares his advice for CIOs who are trying to cope with a sudden surge in remote workers. Coronavirus has changed the world and following the announcement of a nationwide and to some extent, an international lockdown, …

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Backup is the forgotten piece in the cybersecurity puzzle

To tie in with World Backup Day 2020, Alex Quilter, VP Product Management at SolarWinds MSP, looks at how enterprises need to be looking at backup as part of the overall cybersecurity picture. Backup is a vital part of any cybersecurity defence plan, yet it’s a part that is often …

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Investment in skills development is the new differentiator for business

Sean Farrington Pluralsight and Christian Benson Fujitsu UK

Sean Farrington, SVP EMEA at Pluralsight and Christian Benson, VP and Client Managing Director at Fujitsu UK, discuss why companies must take skill development seriously. The rate of technological advancement is exponential, speeding up as time goes by. According to Moore’s Law, this is evident from the fact that the …

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Brigantia’s Iain Shaw on how businesses can avoid being a soft target during the COVID-19 crisis

Following on from BullGuard CEO Paul Lipman’s article earlier this week in which he highlighted how important cybersecurity is during the COVID-19 crisis, here, Brigantia Partners Commercial Director Iain Shaw​ outlines what your organisation do to avoid being a soft target. I have just read Paul Lipman’s PCR article about …

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