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.
Viruses and data theft considered the biggest threats in business
UK bosses rank computer viruses and data theft as the biggest security threats to their businesses, according to new research conducted by Beaming.
£12 billion: the cost of internet downtime to UK businesses
The internet is the greatest business resource ever invented, but our increasing reliance on connectivity creates new risks for firms that need it the most.
Beaming launches security-grade internet connectivity for multi-site businesses
ProtectNet Plus offers seamless connectivity across a variety of wired and wireless data carriers to provide a backup to the primary path.
Guide to choosing a broadband provider for your small business
What you get from one broadband provider could be very different to the next. If you’re looking for connectivity for a new business or considering changing suppliers, read our guide to choosing a broadband provider.
Gigabit voucher scheme from DCMS
The Gigabit Voucher scheme allows rural SMEs in the UK to claim a discount voucher of up to £3,500 against the cost of installing a consistently superfast and reliable gigabit capable connection.
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.
The future of accounting: digital transformation
We spoke to accountants who are successfully embracing technology and the results are found in our free Digital Transformation in Accounting guide.
Security Installers: bridging the gap between physical and cyber security
As the level of detail which can be transmitted by digital security cameras increases, installers are bridging the gap between physical and cyber security.
Why do young people get into cybercrime?
Without proper guidance, a talent for certain aspects of information technology can be used for negative means.
Our recommendations for new staff data security training
It’s often said that people are the weakest link in cyber security, but – like a muscle – cyber security can be strengthened with training and practice.
How to backup data without creating a disaster movie (infographic)
Our infographic describes the five main groups that businesses fall into and should help you to understand how to backup data safely.
Cloud computing and cyber security will be the technology used in accounting in 2018
Two thirds (68 percent) of UK-based accountancy firms are planning to make greater use of digital technologies this year.
Government gigabit voucher scheme goes nationwide
Small and medium-sized businesses across the UK can reduce the cost of installing high-speed fibre connectivity by thousands of pounds.
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.