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Users access and share files so easily on the cloud that it can make your business susceptible to many online threats. Identity theft, infection or attack are some of those risks.
Do you have the required backup solution to recover from accidental or malicious data loss?
Your data is in the cloud, but does that mean it’s secure?
How the huge increase in adoption of cloud applications through 365 can impact your company.
Are your Global Admins doing as much as they can to keep you secure?
Make your 365-license work harder for you by enabling enhanced security with freely available settings.
Gemma Jankiewicz and Bruce Simpson from the Claranet Small and Medium Business Team discuss 3 articles that have caught their eye this month. Claranet claranet.co.uk Musicbed SyncID: MB01V8MXVN96GK
Many business owners using Microsoft 365 believe that their data is totally secure. The reality, however, is a different story.
We understand the immediate challenge of equipping your entire workforce to work from home and ensuring the right IT infrastructure is in place to support them.
The impact to traditional working practices has been significant and a large portion of the working population are adjusting to new ways of working – specifically working remotely from their own homes
With all the family at home on their devices, network connectivity for remote workers is now a burning issue for many organisations.
Elio explains how Claranet are doing their bit to help, and how you can get involved too.
The Nightingale Hospital has been built in London's ExCeL centre, UK, to deal with coronavirus patients.