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How to keep office waste to a minimum

When it comes to keeping the workplace ticking over efficiently, a clean and tidy office is essential. Piles of papers, laptops left open and rubbish everywhere hardly contributes to a good working ethic, and that’s before we’ve even got started on the data protection breaches that could take place in a messy workplace.

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December 20th, 2017

How to choose a good password: dos and don’ts

Choosing a good password can be tricky. Gone are the days when ‘password1’ was good enough, as more and more sites have strict password protocol in place to protect users from having their data compromised. Whilst this is essentially a good thing, it means that choosing a good password that you won’t forget within the hour can be tricky business.

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December 16th, 2017

Clean out your clutter for Christmas!

You may be thinking, “but it’s only November, I don’t need to start thinking about Christmas yet!”, and while this is a great attitude to have towards decorations, when it comes to having an office clearout it’s best to start early to get everything finished in time for the Christmas break.

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November 17th, 2017

5 workplace habits that compromise your data security

We all like to try and keep our offices tidy and clutter free, but did you know there’s a plethora of bad office habits that could be putting you at risk of a data breach? In this article, we’ll take a look at some seemingly harmless everyday actions that take place in many offices, and discuss why they put you and your business at risk.

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November 10th, 2017

Making the transition to a paperless office

While it’s the 21st century and we’re well and truly in the digital age, there are still many of us guilty of relying way too much on paper on a day-to-day basis. While paper is handy enough for making notes on, if you’re printing off emails, sending paper invoices out and keeping file after file of hard copy supplier contracts and bank statements and using valuable office space to store them in, there is a better way.

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November 3rd, 2017