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City Councils ‘Not Testing Disaster Recovery Plans’

Even though all city councils in the UK have implemented IT disaster recovery plans, many appear to be failing in testing how effective they are. This is according to new research from …

Vodafone Struck Down By Hackers

Vodafone is no doubt currently embroiled in disaster recovery steps after hackers targeted the company and possibly stole bank sort codes, mobile numbers and customers’ names, accessing some 1,827 accounts before they were …

Get Prepared For Winter With Cloud Storage

Have you considered getting cloud storage for your company in order to winter-proof your organisation? The last couple of years have seen employers lose many days and hours of work due to …

Malware Attack Sees Businessman Lose Over $7k In Minutes

Those of you weighing up the pros and cons of endpoint protection may be inspired to make such an investment after hearing how a Malaysian businessman managed to lose more than $7,000 …

Experian Suffers Major Data Breach

Consumer credit monitoring firm Experian has revealed that it suffered a huge data breach that saw nearly 15 million people affected. According to the Daily Telegraph, the company discovered on September 15th …

Cloud Services ‘Increase Flexibility And Cut IT Costs’

Businesses using cloud services can improve their flexibility while reducing the amount they spend on their IT budget. This is according to Sue Daley, head of programme for big data, cloud and mobile …

Remote Working: A Solution To Presenteeism?

One of the benefits of cloud solutions for your business is the ability to safely and securely access files and information while working remotely, meaning that staff no longer have to be …

Lack Of IT Support Puts CEOs Off Cloud Computing

Many CEOs who have chosen cloud solutions are unhappy with the level of IT support they receive for their company. A recent survey of 200 UK CIOs commissioned by ElasticHosts showed that …

Shadow IT Services ‘At Risk Of Cyber Attacks’

Cloud solutions such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft One Drive are vulnerable to exploitation and data can be accessed from such services without the need to crack passwords or usernames. This …

SMEs – Use Cloud Services To Stay On Top

Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) eager to get ahead of the competition – and stay there – should think about using cloud services to really help make a real and long-lasting difference …

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