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.
IT strategy for managing business change FAQs
We’ve put together the most frequently asked questions about IT strategy and security posed during our “Managing business change during Covid-19” webinar.
Watch: Technology’s role in managing business change during COVID-19
We explain how technology can help business leaders keep everything working smoothly and make sure staff are always connected, whether they’re working from home, in the office or in a hybrid set up.
Three ways to improve business resilience to data breaches
Any cyberattack would be detrimental to your business, but a data breach, when information that should be kept private is made public, could be devastating. Here’s our advice for protecting your business.
Beaming guide to virtual business networking meetings
Many networking groups have move online to keep the show on the road. So apart from providing your own coffee everything’s the same, right? Well, not always. Our guide will help you prepare.
Business leaders guide to home working etiquette
Good manners shouldn’t be left at the office because you’re working from home. Here’s 10 tips for engaging with your team.
BeamRing - The business continuity tool to keep you talking
If your staff either can’t work in the office, or are preferring to work at home, using a hosted phone system will keep your customer’s calls answered.
Could clearer calls boost your business?
By improving communication, trust and understanding between you and your prospective and existing customers, HD voice is elevated into the “business necessity” category. Read on to discover how this technology can give you the competitive edge.
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.
Business Guide to Phishing
Phishing is a favoured way for cyber attackers to infiltrate your business IT systems. Find out how they’ll try to trick you and get guidance on implementing protections from the very top of the business through to each employee.
Business Guide to Password Managers
Our Business Guide to Password Managers will help you decide whether a password manager is an appropriate option to help secure your accounts, and gives advice on what kind of password manager will work best for you.
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.
UK businesses attacked 280,000 times each by cybercriminals
Cyber attacks on UK businesses increased by 23 percent year-on-year in 2018 according to our analysis.
European cyber attacks sustained as attempts against UK businesses increase by a third
- UK businesses were attacked at least once every two minutes in the third quarter of 2018
- Europe remains the most common source of online attacks
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.