Social media giant Facebook has announced its engineers shut shown two AI bots when, after speaking to each other, they began inventing their own language.
With over 100 employees, Pure Search is a global search and selection firm covering EMEA, America and Asia Pacific, and specialising in tax, legal and finance recruitment. When struggling to work productively with a hosted desktop IT set up, the management team at Pure Search needed to find a reliable and cost effective alternative solution such as Office 365 to meet their growing IT needs. Employees were battling daily with fluctuating internet speeds and connection difficulties. Following an extensive review of several local IT partners, M2 Computing were selected due to the quality of the proposal, years of experience and glowing references from current clients.
“M2 is a great partner who exceeded our expectations on the implementation and I have no hesitation in recommending them” concludes Sugi Sugunasingha, CFO, Pure Search
Whilst many of us Brits look forward to summertime – with its warmer weather and lighter evenings – it’s not quite such a happy time for our technology. Smartphones, in particular, are notorious for suffering during these hot spells; slowing down, overheating and draining phone batteries very quickly. So why does this happen?
Small businesses may soon find it easier to be discovered, market to customers and get paid quickly, thanks to a new raft of features in the form of small business apps being added to Office 365 Business Premium.
They say that a picture paints a thousand words, so wouldn’t it be great to use an image to help illustrate an Excel chart? Well, this is actually possible because anything you copy onto your clipboard can be pasted onto a data series in Excel.
According to recent research, many companies are still completely unprepared for the GDPR coming next Spring. There is a requirement for all businesses, regardless of size, to comply or face the pretty significant consequences. Firstly, failure to comply with the complex legislative obligations could lead to damaging penalties but, just as importantly, it is in every business owner’s interest to get data protection right and to safeguard the security of its systems and data.
With stories of cybercrime hitting the headlines on what appears to be a daily basis, burying one’s head in the sand over data loss is no longer an option. This is real. Organisations both large and small are continuously being hit with increasingly sophisticated variations of cybercrime designed to cause major disruption.
If your business became a victim of cybercrime – how quickly would you recover your data?