Online job search provider Indeed revealed that 68 per cent of Australian businesses allow their employees to work remotely while more and more Aussie companies are starting with no intention of occupying a central office. Technology has allowed many industries to become flexible and allow workers to operate from home, full-time or part-time, and also manage remote workers that can be spread over the country—or even the world.
Technology is everywhere in the modern age, including small business where it is vital to stay updated to remain competitive.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are today most vulnerable to cyber attacks as they are ill-prepared to deal with this modern day menace. Cyber crimes or cyber-enabled crimes hit one in four Australians – or over 6 million Australians – every day, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). A lot of these attacks on individuals are aimed at getting access to systems of enterprises they are employed in. Many of these enterprises are small and medium businesses.
Planning for the future can be tricky, especially when it comes to predicting technology trends and new IT products that don’t even exist yet.
When you are setting up or upgrading existing IT operations in small business, there are many new technologies and considerations to factor in.
Here is your ultimate checklist to ensure all your IT needs are met and that your data and business operations are secure and available to access by all staff members.
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