Businesses of all shapes and sizes need to protect data in the organisation against cyber attacks.
Author Letitia Booty
Simon Douglass is an entrepreneur with a background at Google. He understands that for a small business to be successful, you’ve got to fight your corner and remain flexible.
For existing small retail businesses, Scottish SMEs and tech startups, or entrepreneurs thinking of taking the plunge and starting their own business, using a global digital and physical infrastructure like Amazon’s is a quick way to grow and succeed.
Small rural businesses have it tough and tend to rely more on traditional processes; whether that’s just selling locally, relying on word of mouth, or banking in person at the local branch.
Jo Macfarlane is a Scottish candle maker who dreams to export globally and crack Europe. She has a few digital challenges in her way, but here’s how she plans to overcome them and get exporting globally.
For a lot of companies, one of the key things when signing long-term contracts is flexibility – especially for small businesses, where it might be difficult to predict what the future will bring.
Most businesses, regardless of size, want flexibility. In fact, SMEs are known for agility – there are fewer people calling the shots, there are often no clunky legacy systems in place, and they can adapt with the market as it changes.
The Amazon Academy event series is returning to help SME owners raise their digital skills game. If you’re looking into exporting and ecommerce, this free event is for you.
Millennials make up a significant part of the population, and every year more young people with a great affinity for digital technology enter the workforce.
Virgin Media Business has launched Voom Fibre business broadband which offers speeds of up to 350Mbps, more than four times faster than its rivals.
These days, nearly all businesses operate in the cloud even if they don’t realise it. Some may just be using a Hotmail or Gmail address, whereas others may have actively invested in cloud services.
More than four-fifths of businesses surveyed reported that broadband deals are fundamental to operations, so it is encouraging that 82 per cent of business owners claim they are well-catered for by the communications market.