Would your IT System pass a WOF

New Zealand vehicles are lawfully required to pass a Warrant of Fitness (WOF) at least once a year to be declared road worthy. What we often don’t appreciate is that this requirement gives experts the opportunity to identify any issues that we can’t see. Because until something does go wrong, we feel pretty safe and confident in our car.

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3 out of 5 workers feel they don’t have to be at the office to get work done. Here’s why they’re right

Embracing the age of mobility & the BYOD Workplace. With work no longer confined to a physical office space, or limited to traditional business hours, we’ve created an increasingly mobile and dispersed workforce capable of working anywhere at anytime. With or without company approval, employees prefer working from devices they own and are most comfortable…

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80% of downtime is due to human error. Don’t let someone’s bad day bring your business to a screeching halt!

Can your business withstand unplanned short or long-term interruptions? 66% of small businesses have no tested Business Continuity or Disaster Recovery plans in place. As a small business owner, you owe it to yourself, your employees, stakeholders, and any customer you serve to honestly answer this one question: Is your business resilient enough to withstand…

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Almost two-thirds of small businesses are out of business within 6 months of a cyber-attack

Is your business too small to be a target of cybercrime? Think again… 71% of malicious data breaches target businesses with less than 100 employees. Of that group, businesses with less than 10 employees were the most frequently attacked. SMBs have neither the money nor the manpower of large enterprises and can’t afford the same…

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A digital battle plan

There’s a war going on in cyberspace. Criminal masterminds are reaching across continents into your office and taking files hostage. This faceless enemy can cause havoc to your business by encrypting important files, and demanding a fee to release them. This criminal activity is called ransomware, and last year 40% of New Zealand businesses were impacted by it (PWC).

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