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How to choose the right computer equipment for your business to increase your productivity and efficiency without it costing the earth.

Business software helps you complete a range of tasks. Choose the right software, provide support and train your staff with our introduction.

It is highly likely that you depend on the internet for some aspects of your business. Find out how you can use the internet more effectively.

Good communication with customers, partners and suppliers is vital for business success. This summary explores business communication methods.

How would you cope if your IT system failed or was breached? We cover the main IT security issues and how to protect against them.

Good IT management can help you choose, use and implement IT. Our overview helps you manage IT in a way that maximises the return on your investment.

IT support is vital if you rely on your IT system. But how can you set up an effective safety net in case things go wrong? We explore the options.

Getting the right IT is just the first step. Appropriate training, policies and working practices can help you maximise return on your IT investment.

Good IT management can help you choose, use and implement IT. Our overview helps you manage IT in a way that maximises the return on your investment.

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Using a consultant can be a great way to get a project rolling or to bring in expert help. We explain how to get the best from your consultant.
Technology is vital to keep many businesses running – but it's easy to underestimate costs. Read our checklist on what to consider.
No-one wants to waste money buying an IT solution that fails to meet requirements. Here's what to think about before you buy.
Poorly maintained IT systems could be a major problem for your business, if key hardware breaks down at a crucial point or a virus attacks your data.
Buying IT wisely makes your business more efficient and can reduce your costs. Start by being clear about what you want it to achieve.
Regular IT maintenance helps protect your data and reduce the risk of serious problems. We explain simple steps you can take to minimise risks.
How to use business tech to help your small business market itself, understand customers better and get staff working together more efficiently.
These days, businesses rely on IT for almost everything they do. Our basic overview of what a start-up needs to know about setting up and managing IT.
There's a host of IT suppliers to choose from. You need to pick one that meets your requirements and can provide what you need, when you need it.
Your choice of IT provider is key to getting the right IT for your business. They need to understand how you work and find the technology to help you.
Ninety per cent of small businesses have remote workers. Some of those employees will use their own equipment and you must manage that risk.
Unwrapping a new gadget can be fun. However, for small businesses faced with rolling out new IT equipment, the reality can be anything but.
Consumer technology - including devices and applications - is migrating business IT environments. So how do you keep up with employee expectations?
IT is a crucial tool for almost every business. But for smaller businesses, keeping PCs running can seem overwhelming. We look at systems management.
If you’re starting up, you'll need IT for writing letters and sending out invoices. You might also want a website to generate enquiries or sales.