Hackers see small businesses as easy targets, but you can bolster your defences by enabling two-factor authentication on your online accounts.
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security that can stop intruders breaking into your accounts, even if they know the password. With two-factor authentication enabled, access to your account relies on something you know – your login and password – and something you have.
The something you have can be a range of things. Often it’s your smartphone, with a single-use code sent to you as a text message. You need to enter both your password and the one-time code in order to access your account; just one isn’t enough. This locks... Read More
The right projector for your office makes it easier to sell your big ideas on the big screen.
Regardless of how articulate you are, sometimes it’s more powerful to show people what you mean rather than just telling them. It’s money well-spent if your projector helps drive home your point and seal the deal, but choose with care. A budget projector that lacks punch can leave your audience underwhelmed.
When it comes to picture quality, the most important factors are brightness, contrast and resolution. Of these brightness is most critical when it comes to business presentations, ensuring your slides are easy to read.
The picture might get... Read More
With the right tools in their travel bag, your people can remain just as productive on the go as when sitting at their desks.
No matter what your business does, chances are not everyone spends their entire day chained to their desk. Once people are on the move it creates productivity issues if your business is built around a desktop-centric workflow but – with the right combination of hardware, services and strategies – you can ensure your people can get things done anywhere, anytime.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to mobile productivity.... Read More
Rather than offering you a deal that sounds too good to be true, these days scammers try to lure you in with offers that seem too mundane to be false.
Scams were much easier to spot when they promised you that you’d won the lottery or inherited millions. Then there are the pleas to help smuggle riches stolen from a third world dictator. All these scams are basically variations on a theme, trying to con you into handing over some money up front to set the wheels in motion and then running off with your cash rather than delivering the promised riches.
These days, scams are a lot more subtle, plus they go out of their way to target businesses. Usually they’re either trying to fool you into paying a bogus invoice, or else trick you into opening an infected attachment or clicking on a malicious link to ransomware – which encrypts all your important files and demands money for their release.
Bogus invoices come in all forms, hoping to... Read More