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The date on which companies need to be in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is approaching fast. Find out when this deadline is and what it means for businesses worldwide.
Around 5 billion stolen credentials are available on the dark web, and cybercriminals like to use them in credential stuffing attacks. Learn how credential stuffing attacks work and what you can do to protect your company from them.
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How Much Does Cloud Computing Cost?
How to Get the Biggest Bang Out of Your Cloud Services Pound
Companies often turn to the cloud to save money, but many of them are spending more than they need to on cloud services. Find out why companies overspend and how to avoid doing so.
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IT policies are important to have because they can help ensure that your company’s IT resources are being used appropriately and productively. Here are eight IT policies often found in companies.
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Every business tries to minimise expenditure where possible to protect its profits without compromising on the quality of its services or its ability to run efficiently. However, many small to medium-sized companies in places like Wimbledon and Croydon still don't understand or haven't switched to cloud computing. It's easy to assume that it's best to stick to having data stored on onsite servers, but migrating to the cloud is beneficial for many reasons.
Knowing the costs associated with downtime can help you prioritize IT spending within your technology budget. Learn how to calculate both the direct and indirect costs resulting from downtime.
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