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How to Set Up an IT Infrastructure For Your Small Business

An IT infrastructure is comprised of all the components that play a role in all IT or IT enabled functions - which, in business these days is pretty much everything - including all composite hardware, software, services and network resources required for the operational practices of an business focused IT environment.

Why your emails are bouncing back and how to solve it

We’ve all been there before, you’ve spent an age crafting out the perfect email campaign only to receive that dreaded notification within minutes of sending it out into the wild. Whichever synonym it has arrived by this time, ‘failed, bounced, rejected’, receiving an email with those overly negative subject lines can be disheartening and confusing - especially when you’ve no idea what you did wrong in the first place. Worse, even when a reason for your email bouncing back is provided, it is often an unintelligible block of tech speak. 

What Happens To Your Stolen Data?

Data is simply information in a raw format that can be used to create usable information. It can be in the form of facts, numbers, symbols or text that can be easily processed by a computer. These days organisations gather information like gender, age and health to determine how to best cater for their customers. It’s a form of translated information, which then becomes easy to transfer. This is a growing trend, which allows data to be placed on databases.

Your Guide To Working From Home

Working from home naturally brings up many things requiring consideration from a technical support and security point of view. Whether it’s making sure you have a good enough internet connection to be able to do your work and keep in touch with your employer and colleagues, choosing the right software for managing projects and communication or dealing with security issues, there is a lot to consider.

What is CRM and How Could It Benefit Your Business?

Customer relationship management (CRM) is a pillar of doing great business. CRM refers to the tools, practices and strategies that a company puts in place to keep track of customer interactions. By managing these interactions and analysing data, CRM systems are intended to improve business-customer relationships, maintain customer retention and encourage sales growth. It’s easy to see why these goals would appeal to business owners who want their business to always be improving. But does CRM really work? 

What’s your Bristol business' disaster recovery plan?

If you’re reading this it’s probably safe to say that IT, data and computer processes of all kinds are critical to the successful running of your business. Most of the time these processes run quite happily, with server lights flashing silently in the background, providing all the support and resource you need to go about your business. Things do go wrong, though. Often it’s something minor that puts you offline for a few minutes or so. It’s annoying when it happens and is probably costing you money, but it’s usually easily fixed.

An SMEs Guide to Cyber Security

Introduction to Cyber security

Green computing: Protecting the Future

As technologies advance at an unimaginable pace, the realisation that our resources are finite and our future is fragile has focused our minds on the precarious nature of our environment like never before. Global warming, erratic and unprecedented extremes in weather patterns, and the desperate search for sustainable solutions that guarantee our and our children's future make us concentrate our minds and focus our attention more than at any time previously.