Companies are still struggling with the cultural changes that a social business implementation requires
Cohort generates £2.1 billion in revenue and 15,000 jobs for digital sector
30 October 2014, 00:01. Topics: Start-Ups
Lisbon startup helps developers monitor and analyse their coding
29 October 2014, 11:25. Topics: Start-Ups
The drone can speed defibrillators to patients at 100kph, potentially saving lives
29 October 2014, 03:44. Topics: Start-Ups
The advocacy group will put forward its case at a summit in London today
28 October 2014, 00:01. Topics: Start-Ups
- UK behind just three of the 134 billion-dollar tech firms spawned over last decade
- Girls won't make a pass at a man in Google Glass, HP boss warns
- UK fintech firms offered free stint in Canadian business incubator
- Government announces plans to create giant Tech City across North of England
- Cambridge startup Bango fits the bill for Samsung's smartphones
The government has launched its own venture capital unit to support startups in the city and beyond
08 October 2014, 11:08. Topics: Start-Ups
Pins its hopes on eGaming and digital currency
26 August 2014, 14:43. Topics: Start-Ups
Manchester, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Newcastle and Bristol are on the rise
30 July 2014, 10:25. Topics: Start-Ups
Culture, the IDF and a proven track record
03 June 2014, 15:16. Topics: Start-Ups
Robots in all shapes and sizes are starting to work alongside people more closely than ever
23 May 2014, 15:31. Topics: Start-Ups
Search engine optimisation is an ever-evolving craft. We interviewed dozens of experts to glean the most effective tips and tricks
A look at the social media specialist role and what you should expect regarding skills, experience, responsibilities and salary
As Internet users turn increasingly to video for their daily LOL, how can your small business take advantage of the trend?
Google will soon penalise 'overly optimised' websites. How can your website remain on the search giant's good side?
Streamline and improve your user response
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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.