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Defend and invest

Back at the start of the pandemic, we had no idea just how long-term the impact of hybrid working would be, did we?

Increasingly, employees are demanding this flexibility, which means a change in how businesses handle their information. Data’s becoming more transient, and it’s easier to access devices from anywhere.

Over the past few years, we’ve witnessed a terrifying rise in ransomware. Devices are getting smarter and software’s becoming more intelligent.

Most businesses have seen their technology needs develop fast. These needs are still accelerating and will continue to do so. Because of this, it’s important that you have a technology strategy to drive this, rather than just a policy of reacting to needs as they arise.

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