Okay, so most of us don't all have a huge, light and airy, beautifully decorated room in our house. Let alone a huge, light and airy, beautifully decorated room that can be given over to an office. That said, the weight of evidence on the benefits of home working is increasing.
As a fast growing IT company, we're constantlylooking toexpand here at 3Sixty Systems.As a software and managed service provider, we need a data centre to host our ever growing amounts of customer data.
There are many sources of information online where you can learn the ins and outs of VPN technology. However, if you don't have time to trawl through pages and pages of techy script and acronyms you won't find these too useful. I have picked out the key pieces of information on a 'should know' basis, so that by the end of this post you will know what a VPN is and the benefits and drawbacks of using one.
We’ve reached the last article in our cybersecurity series. This week we look at the legislation surrounding Information security. Granted, this is not the most interesting topic, but it is essential to understand the rules and regulations as well as the consequences of a breach.
This is the 4th of 5 posts in our cybersecurity series. In the last 3 blogs we have established exactly what cybersecurity is, important information about mobile and cloud security and why organisations are taking it so seriously.
This post outlines 7 key tips to preventing a cyberattack. From educating your staff, to mobile policies (globally, 11.6 million mobile devices are infected at any one time) here are some simple, but effective, preventative measures.
Two big headlines over the past two weeks have prompted advanced discussions into the puzzling topic of cybersecurity. Whether you follow the news religiously, or simply have a quick glance at the Metro on your travels to the daily grind, the issue of cybersecurity is imminent. But what actually is it? And why is it so important to the Public Sector as well as corporate firms?
I recently read an article in the Claims Journal titled, “Comprehensive Claims Management Software Components”. Not the catchiest of titles I’ll admit. Although a little dated now the content is still relevant in 2016 and should be of interest to anyone who is currently on the look out for an insurance claims system.
The more a local authority decides to self-insure, the lower the cost of insurance should be. However, self-insurance requires the availability and management of an insurance fund which is sufficient to meet all likely claims.
Due to the increased need for Housing Associations and Registered Social Landlords to manage risks and claims more effectively, we have launched a version of Evoclaim, our insurance claims management software, specifically for this sector.