The vulnerability of company data can be enough to keep you awake at night. It’s not just the routine network hassles or security threats from viruses, worms and the like. It’s also the challenge of establishing proper back-up procedures to protect your stock records, payroll information, customer data and other crucial information.
Then again, as your employee numbers grow, there are pressing issues of data confidentiality to consider. How do you securely and safely control access to sensitive files?
It’s a business challenge we understand. Let us help you solve it.
With Microsoft small-business solutions, we can help put your mind at ease and tackle security issues by enabling you to:
- Automatically copy your business files onto tapes or back-up disks
- Automatically copy files from employees’ PCs to the server to be backed up
- Safeguard your business data with a firewall
- Securely control access privileges to your sensitive files
- Deploy security updates across your entire network simultaneously, ensuring everyone is protected at a stroke
- Retrieve lost or accidentally deleted files
To help you safeguard your company data effectively, we recommend the following small-business solution:
Investing in IT can drive business growth and make your company easier to manage.
We appreciate that making an initial IT hardware and software investment can be hard - that’s why, through Microsoft Financing, we can help you make this investment. Find out how to boost your business by contacting one of our specialist IT consultants today.
Ensure your company complies with the new GDPR legislation
The new legislation will take place from May 25th 2018 and your organisation is found to be in breach of these regulations, you could face a hefty fine.
The GDPR is the first global data protection act and imposes many changes to the current legislation.
Bringing your company in line with these new rules is a challenge that you should leave to a data specialist, preferably one that works in partnership with Microsoft.
What changes does the GDPR impose?
- Individuals have the right to their personal data
- Correct errors in personal data
- Organisations should provide clear notice of data collection
- Train privacy personnel to employees
- Keep records detailing data processing
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