It’s that time of year again. IT leaders are juggling competing demands and dollars, trying to make big plans fit into a rather more modest budget. Before heading down that well-worn path of replacing old technology with new, how about testing the status quo, and checking if that is really the best fit? Here’s our guide to creating an IT budget that will help you to do more in the coming financial year.
A keyword for all IT and business leaders now is adapt. Whatever your role, if you are involved in keeping your business systems on track, helping clients to stay online, or making sure staff can collaborate, this year has been one big series of adapting to new circumstances. IT professionals are accustomed to dealing with change and thriving on challenges, but by now, fatigue may be setting in. Streamline IT helps support your in house team and can solve many of their everyday frustrations.
Multi Factor Authentication is free, easy to use, and adds an extra layer of defense to your IT security. You just cannot afford not to enable this incredibly effective feature in your organisation. Australian businesses are losing millions of dollars to scammers each month, with over 80% of hacking-related breaches caused by stolen or weak passwords, or phishing scams. Strong passwords are no longer enough, so tightening the methods in which we access our business applications is crucial in reducing risk.
An IT project can be one of the largest tasks a business undertakes. While great planning and the right engagement is vital, ensuring everyone knows what their roles and responsibilities are throughout the process will eliminate any setbacks. Here are 6 key areas that will help make your project implementation a success.
As more and more of our daily processes move online, so too does the rise in the number of passwords we need to create and store. The consequences of opting for simple passwords or using them across many accounts can be disastrous. With phishing scams and data breaches on the rise, it is vital now more than ever to adopt measures that protect your personal details from cybercriminals.
To say these are uncertain times would be a colossal understatement. With nations in lockdown and ten percent wiped off the ASX in a day, now is the time for steady, experienced leadership. Unsurprisingly, organisations are seeking savings and efficiencies, and those unhappy with IT investment must urgently rectify the situation. At times like this, businesses are more dependent than ever on technology to allow them to navigate through volatile waters. But what if technology isn’t well aligned with the organisation’s strategic goals?
With recent health concerns around the world, enquiries about remote working arrangements have increased dramatically. Many businesses have already begun assessing business continuity and workplace policies to ensure they are prepared should they be affected by COVID-19..
It is one of the biggest annual industry events, and last month the International Convention Centre in Sydney hosted the Australian arm of the 2020 Microsoft conference ‘Microsoft Ignite The Tour’. The event explored the very latest in cloud technologies and developer tools, with an array of guest speakers and industry experts.
When you start any journey, you need a plan of how you will reach your destination, and navigating to business growth is no different. From sales to production, from reception to senior management, morale and productivity are raised when everyone knows what they are doing, and how they play a part in overall business achievement. So, how do you make a great business plan?
Cyber criminals are taking advantage of the Coronavirus outbreak to infiltrate inboxes with malicious malware, so they can spy on victims and steal financial data.