At the time of writing this article, many of us are once again working at home. It’s a stark reminder of how quickly things continue to change.
So much has changed for us all in the last few months. So, what have we learned so far, and what lessons can we take forward into the anticipated ‘new normal’?
You may recall my previous article on the biggest threat to your IT security. From feedback, I know that this came as a surprise to some of our readers.
If you’re reading this article, I must first congratulate you on surviving the madness of January tax-season. I know from our accountancy clients how stressful the first month of the year is and my hope is that your IT services supported you through it – rather than adding to the mayhem.
For many of us, our car is an essential part of everyday life. Whether we’re driving to a client’s premises or taking the kids to school, without our own car, things would take longer and be a whole lot less convenient.
This could have be the shortest article I’ve ever written, as the question can be answered with a simple ‘no’ – but that’s not the whole picture.
Most threats regardless of their complexity can be combatted by technology, but not all. The solution is straightforward – education.