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.
Cybercrime victim rates fall as SMEs boost security
The number of British businesses falling victim to cybercrime fell by a fifth in 2017, despite an increase in the volume of attacks.
Job Profile: Marketing Assistant
What does a marketing assistant do at Beaming? Find out in the latest in our series of employee interviews.
Small firms hit hardest by 82m hours of internet downtime in 2017
UK businesses lost almost 82 million hours to outages in 2017, according to our latest internet downtime research.
Gigabit voucher scheme from DCMS
The Gigabit Voucher scheme allows SMEs in the UK to claim a discount voucher of up to £2,500 against the cost of installing a consistently superfast and reliable gigabit capable connection.
What to expect from Beaming’s support
We think you’ll find our support approach refreshing.
WannaCry ransomware attack: Beaming customer guidance
Our advice for protecting against the ongoing global cyber attack named the WannaCry virus.
Are you Cyber Aware? The best password practice for work and home
By following simple advice, even with limited technical skills, you will be in a strong position to protect yourself against cyber criminals.
Thinking about an apprenticeship?
For National Apprenticeships Week, we look at how apprenticeships have been working at Beaming.
Email scams: spoof, spam, phishing and attachments. Don’t be a victim
Business people love email, which is great for those planning to carry out email scams.
Beaming achieves Nominet Accredited Channel Partner Status.
Beaming can provide .uk domains to clients directly from Nominet, cutting out third-party involvement and reducing the time involved in setting up .uk domains for clients.
Securing the Internet of Things
Increasing use of IoT devices should help to make daily life easier and create benefits for businesses but with that there will need to be increased security considerations.
In the twelve days to Christmas...
Whilst it may be the season of goodwill in the office, this unfortunately does not apply to all men, or women for that matter, some of whom see this period as the ideal time to get beneath a company’s defences.
Should we let employees shop online?
Bargain hunters and Christmas shoppers create productivity and cyber security risks at work. In 2016 one in 20 workers planned to “pull a sickie” to create more time for online shopping.
Why would someone steal my data?
Leaders of small and medium sized businesses frequently ask why anyone would be interested in their data.
The Dyn attack should be heard loud and clear
This DDoS attack was noticed by the world at large as it impacted Twitter and Spotify amongst others.