• What happens when you press “send”? Organisations pass data back and forth with their clients every day, with sensitive or personal data being sent over “standard” email or via email with password protected files attached; email security comes second to the urgency of the message. Read why email security should be top of the agenda here. >
  • Toastie, anyone? I was delighted to take delivery of my new toastie maker the other day and whilst extolling it's virtues to my slightly bored mother (she has been there, done that), she reminded me that it seems some of the most successful household items are revamped old ones for a new, time-short market. She is right. ... >
  • ePayslip portal versus paper payslips ePayslips are fast becoming the preferred method for delivering PAYE documentation and yet there are still many companies that have yet to embrace the benefits. Employees are increasingly using mobile devices in their everyday life so accessing payslip information electronically is a natural progression. So what is holding them back? Some popular comments from clients ... >
  • A Portal For All Seasons We often get asked whether epayslip portals can be used for anything other than epayslips. The answer is a resounding, YES! Our clients use their epayslip portals for all sorts of things from annual documents such as: P60s P11Ds Pension Statements Statutory Automatic Enrolment Letters Company Announcements Disciplinary Communications In a recent project, we teamed ... >
  • Walls have ears! This month, we are looking at security of ePayslip data.  Some of the people we speak to about ePayslips, already have an electronic payslip solution in place.  Their ePayslips are protected using passwords but are sent using standard unsecure email.  Let’s look at what the Data Protection Act says: The Data Protection Act is concerned ... >
  • Get your house in order! Best practice in readiness for epayslips and auto enrolment This month we are going to talk about data….yes, I know…. I can see your eyes glazing over now BUT hear me out on this one. Organisations usually have at least two databases; one for employees (HR or payroll system running epayslips) and one for your ... >
  • e-Payslips & Chocolate I have always wanted to be one of those people for whom a small, discreet accordion folder for home paperwork storage works. After many unsuccessful attempts to find the perfect solution that does not tear, collapse at a vital moment or become so over stuffed it explodes in a hail of paperwork, I finally resorted ... >
  • The What, The Why And The Who Of Secure File Transfer Secure file transfer is a bit of an odd business to be in. We often find ourselves in a position of closing the gate after the horse has bolted or trying to explain how the gate got opened in the first place. To be honest, we don't get frustrated about it because we understand why. ... >