Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a technology which allows telephony services to be delivered via the internet as opposed to traditional phone lines.
The ‘as a service’ business model has taken the world by storm, but it’s also made its way into more nefarious hands. Here’s our Plain English guide to Ransomware as a Service (RaaS).
Email signatures are an excellent way to unify your brand across the organisation, but they’re not easy to manage. Enter, Exclaimer.
SIEM and SOC might initially sound technical, but they represent key strategies for improving cybersecurity for businesses. Our Plain English Guide gives you the low-down.
Single Sign-On (SSO) helps small businesses run more efficiently by enabling their teams to log in to multiple software platforms at once with a single set of credentials.
In this Plain English Guide for UK businesses, we explain penetration testing – a means of improving your company’s cybersecurity by simulating a cyberattack.
With the rise of crypto, the metaverse, NFTs, and more, you might be wondering what’s happening on the web. Well, it’s called “Web 3.0”, and we’ve put together an essential guide to give UK businesses the low-down.
Blockchain is one of the least understood technologies today, but it’s also one of the most talked about due to its use in cryptocurrencies. Here’s what UK businesses need to know about blockchain.
In December 2021, a vulnerability was discovered in the Apache Log4j framework which is used in some of the world’s most popular online services. It’s a confusing topic, so here’s a primer for UK businesses in plain English.
In this edition of our IT Support Insider series, we’ll be sharing our advice on the essential hardware categories for UK businesses, covering monitors, laptops, printers, mobile phones, tablets, and more.
In this edition of our IT Support Insider series, we’re turning our attention to an area of computing which can be a genuine lifesaver: backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity
In this edition of our IT Support Insider series, we’ll be sharing our advice on the essential software categories for UK businesses — from cyber security platforms to full-fledged digital workspaces.