Things change fast in the world of business connectivity.
We’ll make sure you’re up to speed with the latest news, research stats and resources, as well as keeping you informed about developing cyber security risks and changes happening at Beaming.
Cyber report 2019: Volume of attacks doubles
The volume of online cyber attacks on UK businesses more than doubled in 2019, with organisations subjected to 576,575 attacks each.
Should we let employees shop online?
Bargain hunters and Christmas shoppers create productivity and cyber security risks at work. Discover our top tips for keeping your network safe and productivity levels high.
Data is precious, guard it carefully
The most secure way to store data may vary from business to business. In this article we discuss your options & help you decide what needs to be backed up.
How do business leaders deal with the pain of cyber attacks?
Earlier this year we asked an independent research firm to speak to more than 200 senior business leaders whose companies had fallen victim to cybercrime in the preceding 12 month period.
3 million UK SMEs risk losing data
Bad backup practices are putting business data at risk of loss. Do you adhere to the ’30 mile data recovery rule’?
Cyber Threat Report Q3 2019
The level of cyber attack activity on UK businesses continued to surge over the summer, with firms experiencing 157,528 attacks each on average.
15 million UK employees suffer emotionally due to internet failures at work
More than 15 million UK workers displayed negative emotional responses – including greater levels of anger, impatience and worry.
Wave FM’s Disruptive Digital Network
Wave FM adopts disruptive digital network from Beaming to improve the quality and cost of FM broadcasts.
UK businesses lost 60 million hours to internet downtime in 2018
Almost 60 million hours of working time were lost by UK businesses to internet outages last year. On average, UK businesses experienced two major outages & 16 hours of downtime each in 2018.
Small businesses hit hardest by £17bn cybercrime bill in 2018
Almost two thirds of UK companies employing between 10 and 49 people fell victim to some form of cybercrime last year.
Good night Miss Moneypenny, hello Alexa
While cybersecurity and connectivity top the IT spending plans of UK businesses in 2019, the number of large firms using A.I. assistants will surpass human PAs and secretaries for the first time.
£27bn of UK IT projects have stalled due to Brexit uncertainty
1.7 million UK businesses have put IT investments on hold due to Brexit.
What makes a great workplace?
New research shows business leaders want Comfort, great Connectivity and space for Concentration.
A third of businesses would sack suppliers that neglected cyber security, research shows
Find out more about our research, which reveals that the majority of business leaders believe that their suppliers are obligated to ensure they do not expose them to unnecessary cyber security risks.
Four million UK businesses vulnerable to losing company data, research shows
Almost a million UK businesses do not backup their company data and a further 2.8 million firms risk losing valuable information by storing electronic copies in the same location as the original data, according to our research.