6 Target Areas to Reduce IT Costs

February 24th, 2021

Your business is always looking to reduce costs. Looking at the information technology budget line items is headache-inducing. So much money spent in one area, and there’s so little you can do about it! But is that really true? IT expenses may not be as fixed as you think. Take a look at these target areas where you might reduce costs.

Does Your IT Provider Understand Your Business?

February 22nd, 2021

The start of a new financial year is an excellent time to look back on the year gone by and to assess what needs to change as you go forward. While 2020 was a tumultuous year for many on both a personal and business level, many small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) found ways to not only survive but thrive. With 2020 seeing a huge upsurge in technology usage and digitisation, did your IT provider help support your business goals, or were they more of a hindrance than a help?

How to Tell If You’ve Been Hacked

February 19th, 2021

Being hacked is the single biggest fear of most computer users. Many believe the first sign of strange behaviour or errors on their PC is a sign hackers have taken control. But are hackers really inside your machine, stealing your information? Or should we be on the lookout for more subtle signs? What does being hacked really look like?

The Dark Web and Its Impact on Your Business

February 19th, 2021

Business owners today know the internet is not only a force for good. Some people exploit the Web for ill intent. They congregate on the Dark Web, and small businesses need to understand the risks.

How Managed IT Services Can Save Your Business Money

February 15th, 2021

Every successful business understands the importance of access to the right skills, and the importance of managing expenses effectively. Yet many companies struggle to get the IT support they need to set them up for success and to get a handle on IT costs. Choosing the right IT model can help.

Sick of Ongoing IT Issues? Consider a Managed IT Services Provider

February 5th, 2021

Ongoing IT issues are like a slow leak in your plumbing. They cause minor headaches every time they crop up, but if not addressed, they have the potential to create much bigger problems in the long run. We have outlined the 4 most common ongoing IT issues for you to keep an eye on, as well as a proven way to resolve them.

Fresh Financial Year; Fresh Start

February 1st, 2021

As companies are wrapping up their financial year and planning for the next one, it’s an opportunity to make changes. One of the things many companies should consider in the wake of 2020 is switching IT providers. Given the acceleration of digitisation in 2020 on the back of COVID-19, you cannot afford not to prioritise your IT in 2021 and beyond. Technology is underpinning several shifts underway, from changing supply chains to increased remote working.

Unlock the business value of Office 365

January 8th, 2021

As companies look at migrating to the cloud, it can seem intimidating. But many companies already use cloud computing without even thinking about it through Microsoft’s Office 365 suite. However, by paying more attention to how you use Office 365, you can get the most out of it and unlock real business value.

Microsoft 365 empowers organisations to ensure streamlined employee collaboration, productivity and creativity in a secure environment. But the value lies less in the technology and more in better ways of working it makes possible.

Accelerate Your Digital Transformation Journey

January 4th, 2021

Digital transformation, which can be defined as the use of technology to improve processes, innovate and expand, offers a unique opportunity to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) or businesses (SMBs) as they do what they can to stay ahead of the game.

Whether your business has been running for years or is newly established, agility is the key to success and what will ensure that your business will survive.