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HMRC’s Advance Assurance R&D tax relief scheme targets SMEs

HMRC’s latest figures on R&D tax relief show that record numbers of UK businesses are investing in innovation and development. However, DSR Tax Claims says that many small businesses are missing out on vital funding for research and development projects due to a lack of awareness of the SME R&D …

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bluedog says it’s first to offer 24-hour monitoring to SMEs

A new cybersecurity service bluedog Security Monitoring is promising to “bring professional 24-hour monitoring within reach of SMEs for the very first time”. Launched by Freeparking.com founder Paul Lomax and cybersecurity expert Tim Thurlings, bluedog allows resellers, MSPs and MSSPs to offer smaller firms the type of managed detection and …

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UK businesses say the cloud is “not living up to expectations”

The benefits of the cloud are not living up to the expectations of UK businesses according to a new report from Advanced. Only 44% say the flexibility of the cloud has lived up to their expectations followed by efficiencies (31%), productivity (30%) and mobile (21%). Just 19% say it has …

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Over half of UK SMEs don’t use the cloud

New research has revealed that 58% of UK SMEs are not using cloud-based computing. Conducted by Close Brothers, the research shows that in total, a third of small and medium sized businesses (33%) say that they do not use the cloud at all and 25% say that they are not …

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