Category: IT Support Insider

Computer Hardware

IT Support Insider: Essential Business Hardware

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.

Data Backup

IT Support Insider: Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity

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

Essential Business Software

IT Support Insider: Essential Business Software

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.

Email Security

IT Support Insider: Email Security for Businesses

In this edition of our IT Support Insider series, we’ll zero in on email security and how businesses can ensure their email security setup is watertight, they’re protected from email-based cyberattacks, and other best practice examples.

Latest From The Blog

New Microsoft Bookings

365 Feature Focus: The All-New Microsoft Bookings

Microsoft Bookings is designed to make the arrangement of customer appointments simple and straightforward. In 2021, Microsoft gave the app a new facelift, enhancing some features and adding some new ones. Here’s what you need to know.
On-Site Vs Remote IT Support

On-Site vs. Remote IT Support: Which is Right for Your Business?

With more businesses working from home or going the hybrid route, having a dedicated IT support team on site might not be the best option for UK companies. Here’s how to decide whether to keep IT support in the office or go remote.
Cyber Security

The UK’s Cyber Essentials Scheme is Changing in 2022. Here’s How

The Cyber Essentials scheme, backed by the UK government, gives businesses the chance to become certified in the fundamentals of cyber security – but it’s not been updated since 2014. In 2022, that’s going to change.