If you’re in real estate, hospitality or ICT, there’s a good chance you’ll have been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis and lockdown, as a new study has found that these are the sectors that have suffered more late payments than any others.
Category: Small business
Could you manage a remote team? The coronavirus crisis has seen an increasing number of businesses offering employees the chance to work from home, as much out of necessity to help stop the spread of the virus as anything.
But now that these employees have been given the chance to work from home, it’s a perk that many will want to keep in place long after we’ve all returned to our offices and workplaces in one capacity or another – especially if it’s proven to be a success.
Would your business be able to handle a remote workforce in the long term?
The coronavirus lockdown has seen a growing number of businesses relying on online trade, and this boom in ecommerce has seen a spike in sales of cyber insurance across the UK.
But what is cyber insurance? And why does your business need it?
For almost two months now a large portion of the UK workforce has been working from home due to the Covid-19 lockdown – at least those in office related roles…
If your business offers remote working, you’ll understand that the security of your data is paramount, especially when employees are working away from the office – something that is arguably more important now than ever, given the coronavirus lockdown means more of us are working from home, with employees potentially using their own equipment.
A virtual private network (VPN) is essential to keep your company’s network and data secure – here’s everything you need to know about this essential piece of security kit for your company…