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Businesses Are Not Taking Cyber Security Seriously – And Paying For It

Posted by Ben Anin-Boateng on 27 April 2017

It used to be that a good security system and a building with a manned gate kept businesses safe. Employees with key cards and CCTV surveillance were icing on the cake.  Sensitive files were kept under lock and key in discrete locations, and security companies were hired to do drive-bys at night.  We live in a whole new world though, and as BTA sees regularly, businesses need an entirely different type of defence to stay safe today. The latest research reveals that companies are still not addressing basic IT security issues, and cyber attacks are increasing faster than ever before. Companies, it would appear, are not fully understanding their vulnerabilities, or choosing not to do anything to address them. 

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5 Ways Windows 10 & Android Can Work Great Together

Posted by Duane Godwin on 19 April 2017

If all your communications mediums work together seamlessly, you are more efficient.  You can work more, and with less effort. This is why businesses are investing in unified communications technology. Luckily if you regularly use a Windows 10 PC and an Android phone or tablet, there are several free Android apps you can install that can seamlessly link the flow of information between the two, putting you firmly aboard the unified communications train, without any additional cost. 

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Look out Slack! Microsoft Formally Launches Teams

Posted by Scott Bartlett on 06 April 2017

A quick little chat message vs. writing an email: which would you rather do? Most of us would rather send a chat message, especially if the messaging platform was particularly easy to use and capable enough to truly facilitate real-time collaboration with colleagues.

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