April 2020 As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to develop, here at Cardonet we are doing our best to ensure the safety of our customers and employees whilst continuing business as usual. We are following steps and guidelines to ensure we are able to do this. Following Government Advice We are closely monitoring official government advice.
Cardonet remains fully operational and we continue to support our clients 24×7 during the current uncertainty. In these unprecedented times, we must accept the new normal, a large part of which is remote working. Cardonet’s number one priority is the health and safety of our employees, our customers, our suppliers and our wider community. The
Defending your business is an integral part of running a business. You rely almost completely on technology, so a single attack could mean huge losses. Here are 8 factors that should be in your cyber security checklist. 1.Software Updates Taking the time to update your software means that you always have access to the newest,
With businesses today relying almost completely on virtual operations, defending your business against cyber attacks is a business-critical task. The research firm Cybersecurity Ventures estimates that by 2021, the cost of cyber-crime will cross $6 trillion annually, worldwide. Whether your business employs 4, 40 or 400 people, you could be at risk from cyber-attacks. Fortunately,
In the concluding article of this series, we will consider the final points that were raised in part one. So far, we have focused on integral issues such as supportability and security: Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7 in January 2020 so there is no better time to upgrade. The lack of security updates
In the second part of this series we will further explore some of the points I discussed in part one. Although it was launched a decade ago, many businesses are still operating on Windows 7. However, the time has come to take the plunge and update software systems to Windows 10. Here are the first