Make the most of your lunch break and join us for a quick, free business lesson and Q+A. Bring your lunch and receive a 15-20min lesson plus the chance to put questions to our talented team. We will hold these sessions every first Wednesday of the month at Johnson Corner, with each session covering a different topic
We live in a world where more people are working remotely and on several different projects at a time, so it’s often challenging to keep everyone up to date. It can also be a nightmare keeping all the project information in one, easy to access place. Microsoft Teams can help with this.
A not so unique problem with a few unique circumstances led Access Radio Taranaki to an IT solution that has allowed “a reservoir of valuable knowledge to remain available to everyone that needs or wants it” – says Anne, Operations Manager at Access Radio.
Technology is a great way to encourage a healthy balance, or to encourage efficiencies that otherwise may not be possible. With smart phone apps becoming a necessity in our day-to-day, we've searched high and low to create a list of applications to help you be the most efficient you and make 2018 your best year yet.
We are here to make the running of your business as smooth and rewarding as possible, which is why we have designed this workshop specifically for people who may be new to owning a business or find books a challenge.
The truth is that she won’t “be right”. Last year a local building company was subject to a sophisticated hacking scam that cost at least 3 firms $25,000. Your client information, banking history or just the satisfaction of disrupting a business is of interest to hackers.
Technology has quickly changed how charities engage with potential supporters and extract donations as fewer people carry change. But it's not just money that these organisations require, IT sources and skills are also in high demand and technology has made it possible to find help at the click of a button.
Cyber Security continues to be a top concern of clients given the recent high-profile Ransomware attacks and data breaches. There is almost always more you can do to reduce the likelihood or impact of an attack on your business.
Article by Daryl Webb
PRACTICE LEADER, SPECIALIST SERVICES
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