It seems bosses feel more able than their employees to work from home, according to research from Ipsos MORI. The market research body discovered that more than half (52 per cent) of workers feel they have to be in the office to get their work done, whereas for bosses the figure is just 19 per … Read moreWorking from home viewed as a managerial privilege
Microsoft has long been a dominant force in the IT sector, so it’s no real surprise that its cloud platform, OneDrive, is one of the most popular on the market. Back in November, though, the company announced plans to introduce changes that will have a major effect on most users. It said it would scrap … Read moreMicrosoft’s reducing your OneDrive storage capacity – Here’s what you need to know
Mention ‘disasters’ and most business owners will think of fires, floods and theft – all of which have the power to destroy a company if the right precautions aren’t in place. This is why recovery plans are crucial; files must be kept safe and backed up, with IT systems built in a way that minimises … Read moreWhy the 123-Reg catastrophe should be a lesson to all
Despite most of us knowing what constitutes a good, secure password, too few of us are actually applying this knowledge when we create new accounts. Countless studies have shown that many Brits still use ‘password’ or ‘123456’ to lock their accounts. Even when diverting from these easy-to-crack passwords, many of us stick with obvious words … Read moreHow safe is your password?