I'm normally up at six and one of my favourite things is I've got an old-fashioned mocha pot. I make myself a nice strong cup of coffee in the morning that goes on the stove, and I've got five minutes while it's warming through.
As we began to consider the return to the office post-pandemic, there was one particular item or space that really seemed to highlight the development that we'll need to take on board and that also summed up how ACS hopes to help its clients.
The way in which businesses quickly adapted to the pandemic left security systems vulnerable to cyber attacks and criminal infiltration. In this blog, we discuss the top five cyber frauds you should be aware of in the current climate and the ways in which you can minimise the risks.
The initial rush was to supply hardware and enable clients to work from home effectively, maintaining services and ensuring software and hardware setups were remotely enabled and it created a strangely busy time at ACS.
In the last 12 months the challenges of keeping business cyber-secure has evolved dramatically, as we accelerate and change, the way we use IT business must adopt a tiered, 360 degree approach to protecting data.
ACS recently went through the transition over to the 8×8 virtual office from our old legacy telephone system. We did this to improve the flexibility of our staff, to protect future communications and to improve our response and service levels that we offer to our clients.