If you think you’re exempt from compliance with customer data security and privacy laws because you’re a small business, think again. Businesses of all sizes are responsible for compliance with these regulations—and those that don’t comply may face fines or lawsuits.
If you feel IT is way too complicated – yet wish you could master it even just in your own business, with no tech-skills, then this was written specially for you.
This e-book is not actually about IT. It’s about escaping the technology Rubik’s cube – still making the best IT decisions for your business without getting stuck in the tech- or sales talk.
Recent polls reveal that as many as 54 from 100 South African Companies (mostly SME’s) rely on some type of IT outsourcing, suggesting it’s stressful enough to run your own business than still worry about Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, and a gazillion other complexities IT spawns every single day.
Jakobus Koorts, CEO, Numata Business IT, was selected for Nine Lives Media’s sixth annual MSPmentor 250. The global list identifies the world’s leading Managed Services Provider (MSP) executives, entrepreneurs, experts, coaches and community leaders.
Numata brings you news alert on Windows 8.1 for business, 4 common password policy problems and the New office 365 message encryption.
Due to Microsoft ending all support for Windows XP on April 8, you will need to invest and upgrade to Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1.
The cloud-based version of Microsoft Office – Office 365 – is quickly becoming one of the more popular product offerings from the Redmond tech giant. While there are numerous programs included in the suite, Lync, which enables communication, could be the most useful.
Johannesburg, South Africa – November 15, 2013 – Numata Business IT, a leading managed services provider (MSP) based in Johannesburg, today announced it was named Top Contributor in South Africa by N-able by SolarWinds®, a global leader in remote monitoring and management (RMM) and service automation software.
The months of August through October are widely considered to be the worst for natural disasters in the northern hemisphere. In an effort to help bring awareness to this fact and to help businesses prepare for potential disasters, FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Association) has named September as Disaster Preparedness Month.
Data has always been an important part of the decision making process in business, it’s also proven integral in day-to-day operations. That’s why the idea of Business Intelligence (BI) is starting to catch on with businesses. The ability to capture and analyze data is tempting, and when done correctly, it can bring massive benefit.