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Digitisation, Digitalisation and Digital Transformation, don’t get confused in the hype  Business digitalisation is set to become the next big thing. But in the hype, it is important not to get confused when talking about digital transformation, digitisation, and digitalisation as they all have very different meanings. In the following, we explain these three terms…

Many organisations allow employees to bring their own devices to the office or use personal tech when working remotely (often referred to as BYOD). With flexible working now being widely adopted for the long-term, now is a great time to consider why your employees may be using their own devices, if they should be, and what steps you can take to keep your business data secure if you’re offering bring your own…

Cybersecurity threats are rising at an astonishing rate, with hackers now attacking, on average, every 39 seconds – that is 2,244 times a day! With security threats coming in the form of malicious email attachments, internal data breaches, spear-phishing and malware delivered by email, you need to ensure your cybersecurity is going to keep your…

Most of us have access to the internet in some form or another, and we use this not only for informational purposes but for day to day life.   Organisations across the world thrive online, and it is becoming essential in all areas of business. With the number of people around the world using the internet growing to 4.54 billion in 2020, more protection is needed to safeguard customer data from online web-portals.    Within…

It has been predicted that Healthcare IT will grow by up to 10% in the next 6 months, with the global market forecasted to be worth over £312 billion by 2024. This vast growth in the sector is a result of new legislations, improved IT solutions available, the protection of sensitive data and the increasing pressure to reduce costs while improving service quality. This growth should offer upgraded data security, enhanced…

Last week, the Government’s updated guidelines advised that companies can now use their discretion to return employees to the office. But there are a whole host of considerations to make before shipping staff back to your HQ. In this blog we will be focusing on advice from leaders throughout Taylor Made and Peach Technologies, to provide you will…

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Garmin is being asked to pay a $10 million after a Ransomware attack took its systems and apps offline on July 23rd. Garmin’s customers have been unable to log in to their Apps, visit their website, call, or email, for five straight days. The aviation industry who use their apps has also been affected. It is believed Russian cybercriminal group Evil Corp was behind the attack.    Garmin was forced to shut down its call centres, website,…

Cyber breaches are, unfortunately, becoming more and more frequent. We hear about them on the news but never think that something like that will happen to us. Have you ever thought about how much a cyber breach could cost your business? If you hold data on your customers/clients, it won’t take much for a hacker to get hold of this…

More and more organisations are entrusting their IT resources and processing to the cloud. This trend is likely to grow in the coming years. To illustrate, Gartner predicts that cloud data centers will process 92 percent of workloads by 2020. Cloud workloads are expected to increase 3.2 times in that same span of time, Cisco…

Next year BT will be ceasing the supply of ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) and PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Networks), followed by a full migration by 2025. So, if you are looking to renew a 3-5year phone line contract, you might want to rethink your options as SIP, Cloud and Hosted technology will be taking…

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