- Convenient is the new efficient – How myworksapp creates an easy workflow
When it comes to the working day, there is nothing quite like getting things done in the most convenient way. In a mobile-driven world, the more work-related information we have in the palm of our hands, the faster we have access to what we need. Everyone is mobile, so access should be as well We >
- Dispersed but close – Communicating on a large scale with remote employees
With the changing workplace comes a change in communication. Remote working is here to stay, and it is altering our workplace needs. So, how do you deal with communication on a large scale when you have remote employees? Everything is no longer in one place The change in the way information, documents and even casual >
- Open to all – The importance of accessibility online
We all want to make sure our digital presence is as easy to use as possible. That means considering the issue of accessibility and doing as much as possible to enable users in their journey through your website or portals. Why accessibility, and does it matter? According to Scope UK, 1 in 5 people in the UK >
- Taking safety with you – Keeping your devices secure
We all rely on our devices these days. In fact, we use our mobiles and tablets for everything from banking to games. You cannot help but admire what that does to improve our lives. The ability to access the internet and cloud-based materials for work on a pocket-sized device is incredible. As useful as they >
- Good practice tips for passwords – Why MrScratchy can be a security risk
Passwords are a vital element of keeping your information safe online. When you think about how much information would be available to someone with access to them, you start to realise how important they are. Imagine throwing open the doors to your house and inviting everyone to come in and rummage around in your personal >
- BYOD is a potential security nightmare – The problem with bringing you own device
I am sure it has been said many times before (including in these blogs), but the speed with which the IT sector evolves is incredible. New technologies develop and become the norm within an amazingly short space of time. Remote access to the work environment is one of these. It has only taken a few >
- Cyber essentials have changed – Are you up to date?
Cyber essentials and cyber essentials plus certification, just in case you are reading this and asking yourself, ‘what does cyber essentials mean’? is a government-backed scheme to help tackle the increasing problem of cyber attacks on businesses in the UK. It is a response to the growing and seemingly ever-present threat of infiltration and misuse >
- ISO 27001 –A way of life not just a tick box exercise
Have you noticed how we always seem to be ready to reduce the importance of something? Maybe it’s a Britishness thing that makes us do this, but we tend to downplay our achievements. Humility and modesty are great things, but I sometimes wonder how healthy that is when it extends into professional conduct. Health and >
- You type your email and you press send – What happens next and is it secure?
Email has become part of our lives, and like anything that has reached the point of saturation; we take it for granted. Back when emails first started to be used with any frequency, there was far less trust in them. As with all technology, though, once it is adopted for general use, we stop asking ... >
- Flexible working – is it here to stay when the pandemic is over?
As I write this, we can all see the end of lockdown approaching. It has been a strange experience, to say the least, and for many people, it meant working from home for the first time. Here at SSLPost, we were lucky to be a little more prepared than most for remote working because we >