World backup day – 31st March 2022
It’s national backup day and while there seems to be a day for everything these days, this one is important.
If world events have taught us anything, it’s that being prepared is essential.
That’s especially true for businesses.Read More
7 point business continuity plan to for small and medium-sized business
A business continuity plan is designed to provide the blueprint your business needs to remain productive during a situation.
That situation could be anything from fire to flood and the plan must take into account as many potential situations as possible.
A plan that doesn’t have to cost much or require too much effort but that could genuinely help if the unexpected happens.Read More
Prepare your business or nonprofit for the Big Switch Off
Have you heard the term ‘Big Switch Off’ used in the media and around the office?
Wondered what it was and whether it would impact your organisation? If so, this is the post for you.
We’re going to discuss what the Big Switch Off is and how it will impact British businesses and non-profits.Read More
Why use Cloud Heroes instead of global players?
The new year has seen a rise in the number of enquiries into cloud communication, hosted desktop, VPS servers and cloud backups.
It gives us great confidence that things are on the right track for recovery and that companies are viewing 2022 with more positivity than the last couple of years.
But why choose Cloud Heroes rather than a global provider?Read More
Cloud communications in 2022 – What is it and how can it help?
2022 should begin seeing the end of lockdowns and the return to some semblance of normal. Which brings us to this post. We have been fielding lots of enquiries from companies wanting to embrace remote and hybrid working but don’t quite know how to do it.
Today we’re going to discuss cloud communications in 2022. What is it and how can it help your business?Read More
Actionable tips for managing BYOD in small businesses
BYOD, Bring Your Own Device, offers opportunities as well as challenges, especially for smaller businesses.
The rise of SaaS and cloud platforms has made bring your own device scenarios more popular than ever before. Companies can allow employees to access secure SaaS systems using their own devices, saving money and allowing staff to use devices they are comfortable with.
But BYOD also carries risk.Read More