The Continuous Technology Round Up – Summer Edition

The Continuous Technology Round Up – Summer Edition

Is your router spying on you? Think about how much trust you place on that little device which converts the signal from your ISP and connects all your devices to the internet.

Are you in compliance when it comes to storing customer data? Are you exposing your business to risk from bad actors and potential fines from regulators with a lax attitude towards data security?

How many times a day do you look at your smartphone? Could this be bad for your long-term health?

These are the questions that we explore in this edition of the Continuous technology news round-up.

You’ve Been Doing Cyber Security ALL WRONG

You’ve Been Doing Cyber Security ALL WRONG

The old saying goes, “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions”. We’re not sure who originally came up with that statement, but if it came out that an IT manager was the source, it would not surprise us.

It’s well understood that business owners certainly do not design their IT infrastructure with the intention of creating situations that result in data breaches and send out compromised data to the dark web – but it happens more often than we'd care to admit.

Office Nightmares You Can Avoid With Better Technology

Office Nightmares You Can Avoid With Better Technology

Even if you don’t work in an office environment, there’s a strong possibility that at some point in your career, you’ve experienced some sort of technical difficulty that interrupted the workday. Whether it’s a printer that is malfunctioning, the internet at the office dropping unexpectedly, or a virus on a computer that takes down the whole network – we’ve all cursed at the technology gods at some point.

Outsourcing: Strategies to Cut Costs Without Sacrificing Quality

Outsourcing: Strategies to Cut Costs Without Sacrificing Quality

If you’ve taken a taxi lately or had some food delivered to your door, it’ll be no surprise to learn that the gig economy is taking over the world of work. Consultants have been a fact of life in business for decades, but more companies than ever before are now turning over critical day-to-day tasks to freelancers and outsourced talent.