An easy hack to make your office zoom calls better!

As many businesses continue to work from home, some companies are slowly returning to their offices. This brings a unique challenge, with Zoom calls taking place between colleagues sitting next to each other, as well as remote workers. This creates audio feedback and makes it difficult to have a clear conversation (you know, that Dr. […]

The dangers of using apps to share files online

If you are a legal professional, chances are you need to send files online. You know you can’t use email, as your files are probably too big and you know it’s really not secure – so what about some of the other apps out there? Unfortunately, there are many hurdles that make this less than […]

How to handle a Subject Access Request

An essential guide for business Overview Under the GDPR regulation, Individuals have the right to ask you to tell them what personal information you are holding, including what, why, who (can access) and how long you’re holding it for. This known often know as a Subject Access Request or SAR. You have one month to respond to a Subject Access Request. […]

Watch the hackers

How to tell if your cloud accounts have been hacked! If you pick a bad password, your business is at risk. Passwords are everywhere nowadays! It’s difficult to keep track of them. Whether you write them on post-it notes (tut tut), keep them in your head, or use a password manager, they’re still vulnerable. It’s […]

3 free alternatives to zoom – time to change

Zoom has gone from 10m to 200m users in 3 months (!!) and it’s a truly lovely piece for engineering for video calls that just work. But the security problems are growing too – so should we use it? They promise they are working hard to fix things, and are spending the next quarter purely […]

safedrop is a great USB replacement


Loads of people still use USB’s to carry around files they need anywhere. But because of security issues, they increasingly don’t work. Well here’s a plan, just use a safedrop! You can keep the address on a bit of paper if you like, its really secure, and it works on anything, including your 4 year […]

Working at home with safedrop

So you’re at home, you’ve got your brand spanking new monitor, Microsoft Teams is actually working and you’re able to speak with your colleagues, telephone clients and surprise surprise actually get some work done. Wonderful. Stick a cup of tea on. Then your favourite client Pym calls up – she needs to send you all […]

Your email – a postcard to the world


We all know email can be used for spam, and you’ve probably heard of phishing and other types of cyber-attack. What we tend to forget is that when we send information via email, it can be open for the world to see. It’s like sending a postcard. Don’t believe me? Think you’re using a secure […]