How much do you know about the cyber security threats your business could become a victim of? A huge number of businesses have made headlines in recent years thanks to the way they've handled cyber security threats, so how can you avoid your business facing similar threats?
As the year moves forward, which digital trends are you utilising most in your day to day working life? However you decide to incorporate the growing digital landscape into your business, having an awareness of the digital trends and challenges that could impact your business will give you the chance to choose the best features and opportunities for you.
Understanding how effective encryption has worked for all kinds of purposes and practices in the past is a great way of making sure this tool can help to take your business into the future, even as the digital transformation revolutionises the way we handle data.
From ongoing consultancy to support turning your infrastructure vision into a reality, implementing IT training across your business is a great way of making your systems more efficient for the years to come. So how can IT training help ensure your business is well on the road to success?
By understanding the threats network security protects you from, and the current developments and innovations being made in the network security world, you can lessen the burden of a cyber attack on your business, as well as making your day to day working life much more productive.
As the Digital Transformation takes over the business world, knowing how to avoid cyber attacks is crucial to keeping your organisation safe from data loss. So what kind of cyber attacks should you keep an eye out for?
As staying constantly connected becomes a more important part of your business, Unified Communications can offer your business greater collaboration, productivity and connectivity opportunities than ever before.
Considering implementing Unified Threat Management as a solution to your business’s security needs? As your business grows, spending time tracking down multiple security functions is sure to impact on your team’s productivity levels, which is exactly why making sure your security measures are easily controlled is a great way of streamlining your working day.
Heard of edge computing, but not sure how it can directly impact on your business continuity? As more and more businesses come to make use of IoT during every working day, edge computing is the next step in processing data in real time so your organisation can operate more quickly than has ever been possible before.
Now that the Internet has become the backbone of the working world, implementing a digital workplace is second nature to almost all of us. As well as making your day to day working life more efficient, upholding a digital workplace that your team feel comfortable and well equipped to operate within will also ensure your business is ready for future changes and improvements to digital technology.
Considering using gap analysis to rule out any lasting GDPR worries, but not entirely sure what it can do for your business in the long run? Gap analysis is just one of the comprehensive assessments you can use to make sure that your business’s practices will never fall foul of either data security losses, or even more importantly when it comes to your business continuity, your clients’ distrust in your data safeguarding capabilities.
We are delighted to be working with CIS, the project is already looking well organised and innovative. CIS delivers a prompt professional service with trusted knowledge we can rely on at all times.
John Story, Head of IT
St Paul’s Cathedral
CIS have been our go-to IT supplier for nearly 20 years, and throughout that time they have been flexible, consultative, and above all putting our business at the forefront of their advice. I would be very pleased to recommend them for any company that needs to have a real partnership with their IT company.
Graham Hughes, Managing Director
Rovema UK Ltd