Posted on July 28th, 2020 by anastasiia
With COVID-19 hysteria subsiding and many European countries easing lockdown measures, life is, slowly but surely, returning to a relative normal. While the post-COVID future is still somewhat uncertain, businesses in the UK need to start thinking of Brexit once again. You may have recently read our post on GDPR, turning two this year. As
Posted on July 7th, 2020 by anastasiia
Who would have thought that 2020 would bring such drastic changes to the world, in so little time? The Covid-19 pandemic highlighted how many enterprises were not ready and unfit to support and create a work-from-home workforce. While businesses in the UK have taken small steps to create a work-from-home environment, Italy has been lagging.
Posted on June 9th, 2020 by anastasiia
How to secure communication of your remote workforce Not all collaboration and communication tools are created equal, and not all are the right choice for enterprises. This is more obvious when talking about consumer vs. enterprise messaging apps, where data protection, security, and compliance are worlds apart. Take WhatsApp or Zoom, two current examples of
Posted on April 27th, 2020 by anastasiia
A business with software integrated into its daily operations is at a higher risk of threats such as hacking on companies’ email accounts, viruses, malware, unauthorised user access, and other cyber-attacks. The risk heightens as businesses use the internet as this exposes them to threats that are proliferating in the World Wide Web. To respond
Posted on April 1st, 2020 by simone
The COVID-19 outbreak has driven a surge in online video conferencing. Businesses are using platforms, like Zoom, GoToMeeting, WebEx, and Microsoft Teams, to continue business as usual with a remote workforce. This move to videoconferencing has created privacy issues for many companies as the need to rapidly transition to telework caused a lack of due
Posted on February 19th, 2020 by anastasiia
GDPR bills itself as the toughest privacy and security law in the world. Any company that has customers, users, or data storage in the EU – no matter where they’re headquartered – has to comply with GDPR. For enterprise executives, IT professionals, and business users, this means knowing how GDPR impacts business practices and cybersecurity
Posted on February 5th, 2020 by anastasiia
Internal private messaging apps are on the rise for businesses, and for good reason. Doctors chatting with nurses on a different floor during a hospital emergency. Maintenance repairmen coordinating in the field using iPads. No matter the industry or scenario, better communication almost always equals better results. Enabling teams and employees to communicate and collaborate
Posted on January 29th, 2020 by anastasiia
Businesses are more worried than ever about data privacy. Large corporations, social media platforms, and financial institutions have all suffered hacks recently. But enterprises still need to communicate and are turning to encrypted chat apps. The problem is, “encryption” might not mean exactly what you think it does. Cybercriminal sophistication is increasing by the day.