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A Summary of The Government’s ‘Plan for Jobs” for the UK

Jul 11 2020 Tech News Guest Contributor: Stephen Powell - Business Specialist

In a special ‘summer statement’ on 8th July and under the heading ‘Plan for Jobs’, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures designed to help protect jobs in the longer term.

iOttie Wireless Car Charger Review: A must have for business trips

Jun 09 2020 Mobile Tech Guest Contributor: Helen Coyle - Tech Reviewer

I’ve been on the search for the perfect car mount for my iPhone for years. I’ve tried multiple options, and I’ve finally found my favourite one.

New UK company launches fell by a quarter in the first five months

Jul 30 2020 Tech News Paula Sanders

The number of new company launches in the UK fell 25 per cent on average between January and May as COVID-19 swept through Britain.

Adapting business trips to the new normal

Jun 24 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

COVID-19 has changed the world almost overnight, so business travellers need to adapt.

Using smart tech to reduce your business energy bills

Jun 09 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

There is little prospect of business gas suppliers and business energy suppliers cutting prices anytime soon.

Cyber UK as we start to open up

Jul 02 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

A pair of cyber-security speakers at a webinar yesterday discussed the Covid-19 pandemic ‘isolation economy’.

Which Pizza Express, Bella Italia and Cafe Rouge restaurants are closing?

Jul 18 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

SME's particularly in the hospitality trade are continuing to be badly affected by the coronavirus.

Ransomware attack compensation: What UK consumers think

Jun 08 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

UK consumers believes businesses should stand their ground having suffered a ransomware attack and refuse to negotiate with cybercriminals.

Self-employed grant scheme ends at midnight are you still eligible to claim?

Jul 13 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

Time is almost up for self-employed workers to take advantage of the government’s scheme for those who have been hardest hit by the coronavirus.

Key areas of remote working to think about

Jul 20 2020 Tech News Guest Contributor: Giles Morgan

In June this year, a Gartner survey of 127 company leaders reported that 82% of respondents intend to allow remote working some of the time as employees return to the workplace.

UK employees want to stay at home for good, study finds

Jul 10 2020 Tech News Sam Billings

Sixty two percent of UK employees who can work from home would be happy if their office remained closed indefinitely after lockdown measures are lifted, despite a sustained drop in Covid-19 cases.

Asus ZenWiFi AC Review: Exceptional Mesh Wi-Fi

Jul 03 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

The Asus ZenWiFi AC is an exceptional mesh Wi-Fi system in several ways, especially for its overall performance and VPN support.

Business events and conferences in England given go ahead from October

Jul 27 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

Business events, conferences and events centres will be given the go ahead to reopen on 1st October adhering to social distancing, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last week.

Many UK business leaders are not planning to invest more in digital transformation

Jul 23 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

The majority of business leaders in the UK have do not intend to further increase their investment in digital transformation efforts, a new report from Censuswide claims.

Is your boss spying on you whilst you are homeworking?

Jun 10 2020 Tech News Sam Billings

The recent worldwide move to working from home has caused concern amongst employers.

Good reasons to use a proxy server

Jul 03 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

A proxy server – is a computer on the internet which acts as a middle-man between your computer and the website or service you’re using.

NCSC catch a million phish

Jun 25 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

The National Cyber Security Centre has received the millionth submission to its Suspicious Email Reporting Service.

Growing number of UK business PCs are vulnerable

Jul 04 2020 IT Security Peter Flynn

An increasing number of business PCs are at risk of malware infections, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm Avast.

Apple devices to get encrypted DNS

Jun 27 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Apple this year will boldly go where its peers have gone before by implementing support for encrypted DNS in iOS and macOS.

Avoiding DHL delivery service mistakes

Jul 24 2020 Tech News Peter Flynn

Are you running an online business and using efficient international shipping services? Then you need to use DHL services.

Microsoft announces major issue in Windows 10 June 2020 updates

Jun 13 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

On 9th June, 2020, Microsoft released cumulative updates for supported versions of Windows 10 including version 2004, version 1909 and version 1903.

Dreams buys UK bed retailer Feather & Black

Jul 30 2020 Tech News Peter Flynn

A UK bed retailer is closing its stores permanently after bed and mattress giant Dreams buy them out.

SME advice on winning UK government contracts

Jul 22 2020 Tech News Guest Contributor - Martin Travis SME Consultant

Working with the government can be lucrative for SMEs. The public sector spends more on contracts than on providing services itself these days.

The realities of returning to the office

Jul 20 2020 Tech News Guest Contributor - Stefan Miles SME Expert

As Covid-19 started to hit the headlines, virtually overnight UK companies rushed to accommodate remote working to ensure business continuity.

Samsung Galaxy Book Ion UK Review: Rare quality

Jun 22 2020 Mobile Tech Carl Bryant

The Samsung Galaxy Book Ion is a product you know is special as soon as you prise it from its box. it’s incredibly light, yet robust and well made; it’s practically and sensibly thought out, too, and the screen is a stunner.

NHS email service fooled users in phishing attack

Jun 12 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

NHS Digital is contacting users of its NHSmail email system after a small number of mailboxes were compromised in a generic phishing attack and sent malicious emails out to external recipients over the last weekend of in May 2020.

Drawing traders to invest in your company

Jul 26 2020 Tech News Guest Contributor: Giles Morgan

Inviting outsiders to invest in your business is a decision that should not be taken lightly.

Over half of Brits sent work emails to wrong recipients: Survey finds

Jun 16 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

A survey from Egress has revealed that more than two-thirds of Brits have been sending work emails containing sensitive data to the wrong recipient and many of them are not reporting such incidents to their organisations.

Self-employed targeted by hackers with HMRC SMS phishing scam

Jun 09 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Cyber criminals have launched a new phishing scam designed to steal personal and financial details of millions of self-employed workers using the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Apple hardens security in macOS Catalina

Jun 12 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Apple added new security-related features to iOS 13, and the company is not missing out on the opportunity to do the same for its desktop operating system as well.

Nespresso CitiZ Review: Stylish and easy

Jun 08 2020 Office Tech Guest Contributor: Helen Coyle - Tech Reviewer

There are a vast number of Nespresso coffee machines on the market. The Nespresso CitiZ stands somewhere in the middle.

Cybersecurity in the shortsighted UK gig economy

Jun 12 2020 IT Security Sam Billings

The ‘gig’ economy encompasses the increasing economic trend for professionals to take on a series of temporary work positions.

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