Office 365 provides Tricker Communications round the clock solution


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Office 365 has lived up to its name by making any place the workplace - at any time of the day or night - for Aberdeen public relations agency Tricker Communications.

Offering the full spectrum of communications solutions to a diverse range of clients meant that the busy agency demanded flexibility, adaptability and accessibility from its next generation office suite, and Clark IT recommended Office 365.

This cloud-based solution is providing enhanced and seamless working for the team at Tricker which can easily gain on and off-site accessibility to emails, files and Office programs.

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Agricultural consultancy reaps benefits of Cyber Essentials voucher scheme


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A leading North-east agricultural consultancy has upped measures to strengthen its digital defences in a determined drive to beat the growing scourge of cybercrime.

With more than 300 clients, Turriff-based Allathan Associates appreciates that it is critical to keep client data protected from the threat of a cyber attack.

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Ewens of Cornhill: the changing road ahead

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Just like every other industry, the motor trade is not immune from the growing rise in cybercrime.

Traditional security considerations for motor traders used to centre on the physical risk - from premise security to keys and anti-theft devices.

However, the data held on computer systems is just as valuable an asset as the shining fleet of vehicles proudly displayed in showrooms and forecourts.

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Cybersecurity figures high with Dean’s of Huntly

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Dean’s of Huntly is one of the country’s leading biscuit makers, but appreciates that in a digital world, reputation isn’t simply measured by the deliciousness of its bakes.

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Lessons in GDPR and cybersecurity for Scottish SPCA staff


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One of Scotland’s leading charities turned to Clark Integrated Technologies to ensure its staff were well versed in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and cybersecurity ahead of the introduction of the biggest shake-up in personal data protection laws in a generation.

Animal charity Scottish SPCA sent staff back to the classroom for a practical lesson in GDPR awareness and cybersecurity, subjects which go hand in hand, ahead of the new regulation coming into force in May this year. For those unable to attend the bespoke session, an online alternative was provided.

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