Shring News

Are you making these cyber security mistakes?

It feels like every day we’re being warned about a new threat to our cyber security, doesn’t it? That’s for good reason. Last year, ransomware attacks alone affected 81% of US businesses. And the cost of cyber-crime is estimated to hit $10.5 trillion by 2025, according to the ‘2022 Cybersecurity Almanac’. But we’re still seeing [...]

The importance of keeping your devices updated

Hate those annoying update notifications? We all do. First you need to determine whether the notification is legit or not. Assuming it is, then having to go through the process of updating annoys most people when you get one of those alerts that your device needs to be updated. And they’re so easy to ignore. [...]

Is this the end of passwords… forever?

No one likes passwords. Creating them. Remembering them. Typing them in. Your whole mood can change when an application you’re using suddenly logs you out, and you have to go through login all over again. It’s frustrating for all of us. The use of a secure password manager helps but you still have to deal with [...]

Digital Transformation and how it can help your business grow

We have all seen a LOT of change over the past couple of years. You’ve changed the way your business operates, including how we interact with others. How has your business changed? What change do you need to make in the years ahead? And how does your technology help to power that? We’ve written a new guide about [...]

Three ways to keep your phone protected

We rely on our phones for EVERYTHING these days. Especially running our businesses and doing work efficiently. If you do any work at all on your phone, this is a must-watch video. It’s the 3 things we recommend to keep your business’s data safe, no matter what happens to your phone. The Sharing Team is [...]

Are your remote employees using faulty equipment?

A new report has discovered that 67% of remote workers are using faulty tech when they are working remotely. Often that’s because they’ve accidentally damaged the tech themselves they don’t want to admit it to their boss in case they get into trouble. A survey of 2,500 remote workers found that laptops were most likely [...]