Posts Tagged“business”

Cyber breaches and security attacks are very common these days. Recently, Yahoo confirmed a data breach that compromised 500 million users accounts. Another company, ADP recently experienced a security attack that revealed the payroll, tax and other confidential details of nearly 640,000 businesses. With data breaches on the increase, it is no longer of a question of if, but when your business becomes a victim to such an attack. Cyber-attacks, if not well managed, inflict a heavy blow to customer confidence and trust. This is especially true if confidential information such as financial and social security details get exposed. Having…

The Remote First approach has proved beneficial for many SMEs that have implemented it. It has allowed many companies to build great products and succeed. Remote First approach has been proven an excellent way to attract and retain competent talent in an uber-competitive market. It can also help improve productivity as it eliminates the time spent on commuting to work every day. For businesses especially in London and other big cities, that could mean up to two hours of commuting saved by every employee. Remote First approach can also make your business competitive, as you are able to cut some…

Self storage units aren’t just for individuals and families. They can be a great asset to businesses that have space issues, need flexibility for stock, and require better security, protection, and proper storing conditions to protect their goods. Too often businesses aren’t using their space efficiently. They’re either cramped with overstock and have difficulty operating day-to-day; or, they’re renting too large a space, which may help during busier seasons, but is unused and costing too much the rest of the year.Traditional retail stores, offices, and small, online businesses are some of the groups who benefit from storing their office supplies,…

Many businesses within the food industry depend on the use of artificial food dyes to colour their food and beverage products. They use artificial colours because consumers expect their food and beverages to look a certain way — they want their cherry-flavored candy to be red and cheddar cheese to be orange. The food industry can’t do away with food colouring altogether, but they can opt for more natural alternatives.   Many consumers are concerned about the use of artificial dyes in their food products and beverages because they believe that they have negative health effects. Studies have suggested that…

The time has come for your small business to make the switch from shared hosting onto a Virtual Private Server (VPS), offering you a greater amount of your own resources without requiring you to share with other websites, faster speeds, and better security. Alternatively, your established company already works on a VPS but is looking for more advanced options without having to order a dedicated server and over-pay for features you don’t need. Regardless of where you are in your growth as a business, there is a flexible VPS plan out there that will suit your needs and allow you…