IT infrastructure refers to everything that makes up your IT network. This includes hardware, software and the components required to make it work such as cabling and an internet connection. IT infrastructure can also be used to describe the human resources you have on hand to manage the network such as an IT manager or […]
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The UK is in the midst of a productivity crisis. Wage growth is the weakest in the G7 since the financial crisis ten years ago. Of the 34 OECD countries, only Greece and Mexico have fared worse. In the first quarter of 2018, productivity fell by 0.4%. The cause of this productivity crisis has been the […]
Cyber security is an important aspect of any business, regardless of size. However, with lesser budgets, and smaller workforces, the risks posed by cyber crime are arguably greatest for small businesses. With this thought in mind, we created this blog post – a list of cyber security tips for small business owners.
“What is a data centre?” and “What is a data centre used for?” are two common questions we hear frequently at Acronyms. Therefore, we teamed up with the ICT Team at Plymouth Science Park to answer both.
The backup rule of three is a useful concept that helps with business data backup. It came to prominence as a result of photographer Peter Krogh, who used the rule to keep his photography safe. Many people consider the backup rule of three to be best practice despite its roots in photography. The concept reminds […]