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Technophobe no more: Join the high-tech bandwagon or be left behind in the post pandemic workplace

Technophobe: a person who fears, dislikes, or avoids new technology. As with all change, reluctance to adopt new technologies often stems from a lack of understanding and knowledge. However, in today’s climate, such fear is directly impacting business survival rates. Perhaps one of the most significant changes since the UK first went into lockdown is…

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Meet the team: Ben

Ben joined the team at razorblue in November and has fit into his new role with ease- even through a national lockdown! Tell us a bit about your background… After leaving school, I knew I wanted to work in an IT role, but I did not feel the college/ university route was right for me….

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Protecting your business…

Recent trends and statistics have revealed a huge increase in hacked and breached data. 64% of companies worldwide have experienced at least one form of cyber-attack and over 30,000 websites are hacked daily. Every 39 seconds, a cyber-attack takes place and by the end of 2020, the frequency is predicted to increase to every 11…

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Ransomware, what is it?

Ever wondered what all the ransomware fuss is about? You may have read about it in an article or seen a pop-up on your device warning of a ransomware attack. In 2017, businesses fell victim to ransomware attacks every 40 seconds. In 2019, this figure shifted to just 14 seconds and it could sit at…

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5-year contract – it’s a trap!

Being locked into a contract and experiencing buyer’s remorse is not only frustrating, it can also be very expensive. Buyer’s remorse is associated with the sense of regret we feel after making a purchase.   In a workplace context, handing over a service to a third party is a major decision, and the potential for buyer’s remorse in the first few…

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What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and how to prevent it.

Phishing is a method of trying to gather personal information such as account credentials, financial information or customer data using deceptive e-mails. Phishing Definition “Phish” is pronounced how it’s spelled, the same as the word “fish”- the analogy is of an angler throwing a baited hook out there (a phishing email) and hoping you bite….

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