Think of smart technology and it’s probably devices such as the Amazon Echo (better known as Alexa) that spring to mind. While these kinds of innovations may not have obvious uses in a business context, you’d be surprised by just how much the latest tech could be helping your business to run more efficiently. Here
As a business owner, you take out insurance to protect your livelihood from the unexpected – the worst case scenarios, such as a flood, fire or theft. But while you’ve almost certainly taken out buildings and contents insurance for your premises, have you thought about what would happen to the business itself in the event
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Rental houses are a great way to invest money and generate income, but there are a few things to consider before you go ahead with becoming a buy-to-let landlord. Here’s what you’ll need to do before your tenants pick up the keys. Buying a buy-to-let When you buy a property for the sole purpose of
In May, researchers at Talos—a cyber-intelligence unit of Cisco—warned consumers of malware (malicious software) that specifically targets networking devices. The malware, which is known as VPNFilter, impacts an estimated 500,000 routers in more than 54 countries worldwide, particularly targeting devices from the following manufacturers: Linksys MikroTik Netgear QNAP TP-Link A more recent update shows
As a business owner, you need the peace of mind that you’ll be able to keep your business up and running, whatever happens. Taking out business insurance is an advisable step towards protecting your livelihood, and here are some of the reasons why: 1. Cover for claims against you We live in a world that
In 2016-17, the HSE had a 93 per cent conviction rate, with the average penalty costing organisations £126,000. Are your health and safety policies sufficient enough to avoid such a staggering fine? Worse than that, an unsafe working environment can result in injuries to your staff. And, in about 140 cases a year in the