Outsmarting the scammers: Tips for keeping your company’s data safe in the age of remote working

July 5th, 2021

With Ireland having the fourth-highest percentage of people in the EU working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, small and medium-sized businesses may feel concerned about decreased visibility of their employee’s security measures, and the risk this poses. We’ve looked at some of the latest online scams going around and put together a list of tips for preventing scammers from getting sensitive company information.

Mapping the digital future of the legal industry

June 28th, 2021

When people think of lawyers, digital transformation is generally not the first thing to spring to mind. They might think of courtrooms, of paperwork, of confusing legal jargon, but probably not of digital innovation. Legal firms and departments lag behind in digital transformation but will need to begin to embrace it if they are to survive into the future.

Everything you need to know about the Cybercrimes Act

June 22nd, 2021

With the increase of cybercrime globally, governments are looking to increase cybersecurity to protect citizens.

Up to now, South Africa has not had a clear definition of what constitutes cybercrime, and this has hampered the investigation and prosecution of internet-based criminal activity. President Cyril Ramaphosa has recently signed the Cybercrimes Act into effect and, by doing so, aligned South Africa’s cybersecurity laws with that of the rest of the world.

Preparing for A Digital Transformed World

June 22nd, 2021

Just a year or two ago, most people could not foresee that the traditional way of work would be completely disrupted by COVID-19 and accelerated remote working. Many businesses are saying goodbye to cubicles and massive office premises and embracing digital transformation. From customer service to HR and finance, technology is transforming how we work.

Accelerate Your Digital Transformation Journey Using Microsoft

June 4th, 2021

Technology continues to play an increasingly large role in everything we do and capitalising on this is the key to innovation and growth, which is why digital transformation is on every businesses agenda globally, for organisations of all sizes.

Digital transformation allows companies to engage their customers, empower their employees, optimise their operations and transform their services and products. Microsoft can help accelerate this digital transformation journey by providing the solutions, services and roadmap to help you get started today.

Digital Transformation from Within

June 1st, 2021

Digital transformation has become a buzzword as companies change the tools they use and even their business models to remain competitive in a changing world. According to SuperOffice, however, it’s not the companies that are driving this change, but their customers.

Numata’s COVID-19 Journey

May 24th, 2021

By Rohan Jooste, Head of Human Resources at Numata Business IT

A visit to a loved one, dinner at your favourite restaurant, attending a concert or sporting event, weekend getaways, drinks with friends, face to face meetings, a jog in your local park, working out at the gym, going to the cinema, walking your dogs… What happens when all these things are taken away from you in the blink of an eye and life as you know it, ceases to exist? This is the reality that people worldwide faced as COVID-19 swept the globe and countries implemented lockdowns.

Why the World is Shifting to Cloud Services

May 17th, 2021

The world has changed a great deal since the COVID-19 pandemic first took hold. We each have a selection of face masks as part of our wardrobe; using sanitising stations is part of daily life, and we have become much more familiar with the four walls of our homes. As businesses have moved to more working from home than ever before, there have been several adjustments to the way we approach work. This includes a dramatic upward trend in cloud services adoption.

Adopting a Zero-Trust Approach to Stay Cyber Safe

May 11th, 2021

According to a recent study by tech platform Growmotely, 74% of professionals expect remote work to become standard. Only 3% of the professionals and entrepreneurs surveyed said they want to return to working full time at a physical office after the pandemic. While the increased flexibility is a big bonus for many people, unfortunately, cybercriminals are making the most of the increase in digitisation. It’s, therefore, more important than ever for companies to ensure security is a top priority. We’re recommending a zero-trust approach online.