It can be difficult to compete with the huge IT infrastructure budgets of large organisations. Not being able to regularly invest in the necessary enterprise level technology can seriously halt the growth and productivity of your business. However, by choosing Cloud computing as your IT model, you will be able to access the high-level systems you wouldn't otherwise be able to afford.
Microsoft has recently announced new Skype for Business features. The new features have been added to make it “the backbone for enterprise voice and video meetings in Office 365,” according to Corporate Vice President Office 365 Marketing Ron Markezich. Skype for Business: New Features The company aims to beef up Skype for Business to ensure that […]
Venom IT are pleased to announce that we have achieved ISO 9001 certification for the quality of our services and operations. ISO 9001 is a standard that ensures Businesses can efficiently meet customer and stakeholder requirements by delivering services of the highest quality. The ISO 9001 certification is recognised worldwide as the international benchmark for […]
The personal information of 57 million Uber customers and drivers around the world was compromised in a data breach which was covered up by the taxi firm back in 2016. Hackers managed to access the names, email addresses and phone numbers of millions of Uber users as a result of the attack. Bloomberg, who broke […]
We would like to thank everyone who attended our Cyber Security and GDPR training seminar for helping us to raise £600 for the Down’s Syndrome Association; all the proceeds from ticket sales for the event have been donated to the Charity. We hosted the seminar at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce to help guide […]
There are different debates about the issue of whether a business must hire an IT company or an in-house tech employee. Several owners have their own concept as to why one is better than the other. Before you decide, let Venom IT guide you by knowing the factors you have to consider and the benefits of outsourcing […]
As the introduction of the GDPR draws ever closer, much has been made of the heavy fines for non-compliance. Failure to prevent a cyber attack that leads to data loss could now see your company fined either up to 4% of its annual turnover or £17 million, depending on which figure is higher. Although the […]