Companies are still struggling with the cultural changes that a social business implementation requires
The team need are aiming to raise £30k on the crowdfunding platform
07 March 2014, 12:15. Topics: Personal Tech
London's TMT sector needs an extra 4.5m square feet of office space by 2020
07 March 2014, 11:15. Topics: SME
Aims to support the next Skyscanner or AirBnB
06 March 2014, 12:45. Topics: SME
- Belfast big data start-up secures over £1m to improve tech and go global
- Tech City's new budget will be "comparable" to existing £1.73m fund
- Tech London Advocates launches advice service for early stage start-ups
- Skype co-founder joins US medical start-up
- Lack of web developers causing start-ups to fail
London may not have as much VC funding as the Valley but it's certainly got more than Berlin
03 March 2014, 14:20. Topics: SME
Companies including Monoidics, Myrrix, Summly and TweetDeck have all been acquired in recent months
22 July 2013, 13:00. Topics: SME
Several automotive and tech groups are researching the technology, but a fully self-driving car could be far off
08 July 2013, 23:54. Topics: SME
Disrupting the status quo is a delicate matter, says Jay Hallberg
24 January 2013, 10:15. Topics: Networking
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Organisations are struggling to keep pace with the changing security needs and demands of their user base. Well established trends such as the move to mobile and flexible working and the consumerisation of IT mean that there is increasing pressure on organisations to open up their infrastructure to end users who want to bring their own devices – be they tablets, netbooks, laptops or smartphones – to work.
Data loss is inevitable. At some point it will happen to all companies. It could be a simple PC meltdown, a hard-drive crash, or something much worse.
If you neglect to protect your mission-critical applications and data, even the smallest of disasters can have a devastating impact on your business.
Today's cybercriminals are after your most important information - financial records, customer data, user accounts and intellectual property - and they know that small and medium businesses (SMBs)typically have fewer defences than the average large company.