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Who cares about privacy?

While we may be slightly more cautious when it comes to handing over our money, if it’s a matter of convenience then we don’t tend to hang around. We click and go with little thought for the consequences.  And how the price we are paying may actually be our privacy.

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Is trust the real enemy of remote working?

Coronavirus has led to a huge rise in remote working, with companies big and small jumping into action to enable their teams to work from home. But what is holding some bosses back from embracing remote working?

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Meet the Dragon team

Charlie - Our Technical Support Engineer

Meet Charlie, one of our IT support desk engineers here at Dragon, who has a passion for customer service and a love of all things sports. Here we take a look behind the scenes at what a typical day is like for him.

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Have I been hacked? Advice for small businesses

How can you tell if your business has been the victim of a cyberattack? Here are some of the telltale signs to look out for.

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9 unashamedly quirky out-of-office messages

Before hitting the lights, locking the office door and waving goodbye to another year, there’s the small matter of setting an out-of-office (OOO) reply. While some businesses will have a standard template for employees to use, others will see this as a chance to be a little more creative.

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The top free tools for small businesses

Everyone loves a freebie, right? And when it comes to running a small business, there are some fantastic tools out there that can help with everything from generating sales to time management and upping productivity. Here we’ve pulled together a handy guide to some of the best free applications around – which are worth a […]

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Small business tech trends to look out for in 2020

A run through of the top technology trends that should be on the radar of small businesses in 2020.

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Does your business need cyber Insurance?

Imagine for a second that your business premises are broken into and your assets are stolen or damaged. What would you do? One of the first calls you are likely to make is to your insurance company. But what if it’s not your physical property that’s taken the hit; what if it’s your data? With […]

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Are social media photos putting your business at risk?

Most people are aware that it’s a bad idea to post sensitive and personally identifying information on the web. But with the arrival of social media, and especially the speed and ease with which we can all now post, our guards are at risk of dropping. The reality is, however, that cybercriminals are getting more […]

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Common types of cyberattack used to target small businesses

Small businesses are a target for cybercriminals, but what are the key threats? Phishing, malware and other common cyberattacks explained.

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