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How AI can help boost your productivity?

How could AI help boost your productivity? It feels like everyone is talking about Artificial intelligence (AI) right now – and it’s no surprise, with the last 12 months seeing an explosion in AI-driven tools hitting the market, including releases from big names such as Google and Microsoft. For businesses of all sizes this is […]

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A Guide to Using Microsoft Copilot Prompts

Microsoft Copilot is an easy-to-use AI assistant that has the potential to help businesses save time, streamline processes and enhance their productivity. But as with any new technology, there is always a learning curve when it comes to maximising its potential and getting the most out of it. Here at Dragon IS, we support businesses […]

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AI for business: Why Microsoft Copilot is a game-changer for SMEs

For SMEs, artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to help boost productivity, aid creativity, and drive efficiency – and it just got even easier for businesses to take advantage of the emerging technology. Officially launched in January 2024, Microsoft Copilot is an AI assistant that has been specially designed to help with tasks across the […]

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SMEs: 7 steps to staying cybersecure in 2024

The start of any new year is always a great time for businesses to review, assess and enhance their IT infrastructure – to ensure systems and processes are fully aligned with company goals. Cybersecurity should form a core part of this review being one of the biggest challenges facing teams today. It’s a threat that […]

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Dragon IS secures ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 accreditations

We’re delighted to share the news that Dragon IS has successful achieved the globally recognised ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 accreditations.   These prestigious certifications demonstrate our commitment to delivering an exceptional quality of service and maintaining robust information security standards.   ISO 9001 – international standard for quality management systems This accreditation signifies that […]

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What are Passkeys?

Google has officially made passkeys the default sign-in method for all personal accounts on its network and they’re not the only ones embracing the technology. Microsoft, Apple, Uber and eBay are among the big names also said to be supporting their use. But what are passkeys? And why is everyone talking about them?   Keeping […]

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Avoid the scammers this Black Friday

Black Friday (24 Nov) is fast approaching – a time of year when cyber criminals are out in force, preying on unsuspecting shoppers who are keen for a bargain. We are already seeing an influx of fake websites appearing, offering some irresistible deals and urging people to ‘buy now’ before it’s too late. But the […]

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How to tackle employee password fatigue

Passwords are often the first line of defence when it comes to cybercrime and with the world increasingly going digital, we’re now faced with remembering more of them than ever before. It’s estimated that the average worker now has to keep track of around 200 passwords. So, it’s no surprise that password fatigue can easily […]

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Landlines users: Is your business prepared for the Big Switch Off?

Businesses who are reliant on traditional landline telephones are being urged to take action early to avoid any disruption to their services, as BT gears up to pull the plug on the technology. The telecoms giant is killing off analogue phonelines – also referred to as the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) – as part […]

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The impact of reputational damage following a cyber attack

What harm might a successful cyberattack cause you and your business? Depending on the nature of the attack, you could find you lose access to important documents and information and that your core services are disrupted. Or you may have money or other assets stolen, or even find your systems are locked and held to […]

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