Companies are still struggling with the cultural changes that a social business implementation requires
Six firms chosen for new banking category
21 August 2014, 09:43. Topics: Start-Ups
GuardiCore developing "honeypot" approach to detecting and blocking stealthy attacks.
19 August 2014, 09:37. Topics: Security
Removes red tape through the Home Business initiative
15 August 2014, 11:33. Topics: Start-Ups
- HP and Huawei rumoured to be behind new Isle of Man tech university
- Northern cities need their own Boris Johnson to compete with Silicon Roundabout, think tank argues
- Tinder poaches head of engineering from Amazon Web Services
- UK start-up Bizagi sets up shop in San Francisco
- Investors back Wambiz's education social network with £600k
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
Silicon Valley is home to 100,000 Brits, many of them in tech
02 May 2014, 10:45. Topics: Start-Ups
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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.