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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.

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

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NVQs are work-based qualifications that focus on standards of performance. Read our factsheet on helping your employees get NVQ-qualified.
Extended flexible working rights and technology have made homeworking increasingly attractive. Here's how to support homeworking for your employees.
More and more employees are working flexibly or from home. This checklist explains how to successfully and legally implement homeworking.
Read our checklist on creating a workplace email policy, establishing security procedures and letting your employees know what's expected of them.
If your employees use computers for work purposes you must assess the risks posed by the work and take steps to minimise the risks.
Not every member of staff in your organisation is likely to be utterly comfortable with IT - and more often than not people suffer in silence.
Your business IT system can pose real risks to your employees. Find answers to the most frequently asked IT health and safety questions.
Why do I need an IT policy? What should it cover? How do I make sure my policy is implemented? We answer your main IT policy questions.
Your business needs an email and internet use policy to clearly describe to employees what constitutes acceptable use of your IT systems.
Getting to grips with your IT and software can be one of the biggest challenges for a new member of staff. See how to make it easy for them.
You are legally required to ensure that your portable electrical equipment is checked and maintained to minimise the risk of accidents and injury.
You are responsible for the health and safety of your employees and those that use display screen equipment and computers are no exception.
If you employees regularly use display screen equipment, you are required to assess and minimise the risks. So where do you start?
Employees increasingly rely on electronic devices to carry out their jobs. These devices can pose a number of risks which you must manage.
Even with modern technology, hours are still spent travelling on business. But with planning, train-time doesn’t have to be lost working time.