So you’ve tapped a bad link on your phone

So you’ve tapped a bad link on your phone

We’ve all done it: clicked on a link, realised it wasn’t what we expected, and then worried about the potential damage to our phone.

First and foremost, do not be alarmed.

Then, and only then, take action. There are two things you should know right now. And you can find out what they are in our new video.

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The biggest security threat to your business is on your payroll

The biggest security threat to your business is on your payroll

Revealed : The true cost of insider assaults — and how to avoid them

An insider attack has a significant probability of compromising your company’s data.

The majority of insider attacks are unintentional. By accident, a well-intentioned employee clicks on a malicious link.

However, some attacks are carried out by malicious attackers who are out to do harm or profit.

Both of these types of attacks can be avoided or reduced by concentrating on five critical areas of your IT strategy.

Now is the time to read our new guide to see how prepared your company is.

OneDrive saves the day as your portable scanner

OneDrive saves the day as your portable scanner

You’re working from home and getting things done when you realise you need to print, sign, and scan a document.

You have a printer, so that’s fine. However, there is no scanner. That’s vexing. How are you going to get this done today?

Microsoft 365 is here to help! A scanner is built into an app that you may already be using. Everything you need to know is right here.

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These are the threats to worry about

These are the threats to worry about

An easy-to-read guide to the nine most dreadful types of malware.

All businesses are constantly targeted by malware. And it’s estimated that there are now one billion pieces of it floating around.

What exactly is malware? It is malicious software designed to cause harm to your IT systems or steal your data.

Most IT professionals are terrified of malware. It should frighten you as well.

We’ve created a brand new guide to educate you on the nine most common types of malware. It has been written in such a way that anyone can understand it.

The data security equivalent of leaving your windows open

The data security equivalent of leaving your windows open

We all take great precautions to keep our homes safe.

However, not all business owners and managers share the same attitude toward data security.

That’s insane. Because there are far more people attempting to access your company’s data than attempting to steal your television.

Here are four important steps you can take to improve your company’s data security.

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