You may be thinking one of 2 things:
Either way, now couldn’t be a better time to tell you about why Office 365 is really the perfect cloud-based service to support your everyday needs. It’s not just a set of tools, but in fact of way of working.
Office 365 provides flexible tools for collaboration across all different teams and platforms, whether you’re working online or off, from your computer, or phone. You also have complete control over your data security – which couldn’t be more relevant as the GDPR date approaches – and are also covered for compliance with privacy and transparency.
We have compiled this information pack, to highlight some of Office 365’s best features and the steps you can take to moving your business to Office 365.
If you are already using Office 365 – than even better! This document will teach you about some of the best features, and emphasize how you can make the most out of the services Office 365 provides.
There is no better time than the present to migrate to Office 365, so let’s start you on your journey today!
See what our Managing Director, Daniel Teacher, has to say about the new GDPR, and how the responsibility for change and compliance is on you.
In less just over 3 months, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, changing the way we use, interact, and store personal data. Here are 10 useful facts that will give you the initial information you need to know.
T-Tech smashed their £10,000 target, as they embarked on a 5 day cycle and trek challenge in Israel, in aid of Norwood charity.
We see the GDPR as an opportunity to govern our data in the best way possible, and we want to help you improve processes across your business. The T-Tech GDPR guide and all you need to know about how to begin your journey to compliance.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European privacy law that will take effect as of 25 May 2018. The GDPR has stated that all companies take the data they hold seriously, and make changes to protect themselves from privacy and data breaches.
In the last of a three-part series on GDPR on Accounting Web we lay the groundwork for accountants to communicate data-related changes to their clients.
Accountants hold particularly sensitive data on their clients. In the second of a three-part series on GDPR on Accounting Web, we want to provide practical advice and asks some questions you need to know the answers to in the future with relation to this updated regulation.
In the first of a three-part series on GDPR for Accounting Web, we look at why the regulation changes have come about, what they mean and how they will affect accountants.
Trying to control and maintain technology processes, without the right resources and expertise, alongside your daily duties, can be a real strain on your business. More and more SME's today are recognising the increasing need to grow their technology, to match the growing needs of their business.
T-Tech Consultant Jessy Aspell looks at the importance of change management when implementing a new IT project within your organisation.
T-Tech’s new Associate CIO Simon Gratton, give us an insight into the value of a Virtual CIO, and how it can be beneficial to your business and IT development.
With GDPR fast approaching, it is important that your organisation has the right tools in place to protect itself from cyber attacks and the Cyber Essentials Plus certification is a good place to start.
See the T-Tech Office 365 information pack, for everything on getting started with Office 365.