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Is your return to work cyber safe too?

As UK business begins to return to a semblance of normality, we are seeing many of our law firm customers un-furloughing more of their staff in response to an uptick... Read More

Mark Lee / 28 July 2020

Why Managed Security is Cost Effective

The cyber threat to businesses remains ever-present, leading to organisations investing more in cyber security than ever before. According to Statista, large UK businesses spent an average of £277,000... Read More

Lee Savery / 17 April 2020

The F Word

By Mark Lee In addition to impacting all of our lives in previously unimaginable ways, the Coronavirus is bringing new buzzwords such as social distancing, self-isolating and now furloughing into... Read More

Mark Lee / 07 April 2020

Microsoft Teams vs Slack

Slack and Microsoft Teams are the leading collaboration applications for businesses today. Both have been designed to bring teams together - both in-house and remote workers - to boost productivity... Read More

Charlotte Tobulevicius / 28 February 2020

Embracing Collaboration with Microsoft Teams

You might think that collaboration in the modern workplace is surplus to requirement with the rise of remote working, but embracing collaboration and finding people who can work with others... Read More

Charlotte Tobulevicius / 14 February 2020

Technology and Generation Z

Thinking back to 10 years ago, could you have predicted how your business would evolve over the next decade? If I think back to 10 years ago, I was 11... Read More

Connor Silman / 12 December 2019

Cloud vs SaaS

In computing, you’ll often hear two terms: Cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS). As a business, you’ll have to decide what system to use to run your... Read More

Lee Savery / 21 October 2019

MarTech: Making it Work for Your Business

There is an American marketing commentator and cartoonist called Tom Fishburne who published a piece on “marketing effectiveness” this summer. In the accompanying cartoon, one character standing by the inevitable... Read More

Charles Christian / 26 September 2019

Remote Working is Not a Dirty Word

The legal sector is going through a fundamental disruption in terms of technology, with widespread adoption of law tech and increasing automation of legal services and processes. However, for those... Read More

Charlotte Tobulevicius / 04 July 2019

How to use Business Intelligence

The continued adoption of innovative lawtech and the increasing automation of legal services and processes will have a profound effect on the UK legal sector, according to a recent report... Read More

Andy Lewis / 17 June 2019

GDPR One Year On: What have we learned?

Almost a year has gone by since the biggest change to Europe’s privacy laws in a generation came into force. GDPR turns one in May, and according to the... Read More

Phil Muncaster / 05 April 2019

Why Are Law Firms Ignoring AI?

AI has been a buzzword for a couple of years now, however the benefits of using this technology has historically been something for firms to “think about in the future”... Read More

Andy Lewis / 01 March 2019

Digital Threats In 2019

As we move through Q1 of the new year, what’s most noticeable in cybersecurity terms is the sameness of it all. Data breaches, ransomware outages, apocryphal warnings from leading... Read More

Phil Muncaster / 25 February 2019

Artificial Intelligence In Action

Every decade or so, a new, game-changing technology platform changes the way the world works. From floppy disks to the cloud, fax machine to the iPhone, the technological landscape continuously... Read More

Mark Flynn / 24 September 2018

How To Protect Your Business From Hackers

It doesn't matter how much you spend on great cybersecurity technology, the people within your business are typically the weakest link when it comes to security. It might be an... Read More

Mark Flynn / 15 August 2018

BYOD – The Six-day Monday to Friday Week?

The US research and consultancy firm, Global Market Insights estimates that the bring your own device (BYOD) market will be worth $367 billion by 2022. That’s up from $94... Read More

Howard Smith / 06 August 2018

The Fight Against Cybercrime

In recent months I’ve highlighted how big business and inter-government agencies need to work smarter and collaborate better if they are to successfully fight cybercrime. Therefore, it was good... Read More

Mark Flynn / 31 July 2018

Cybercrime: An International Threat!

This last week has been dominated by news of a big shift in cybercrime, the move away from a single person or small group in one location to cybercriminals forming... Read More

Mark Flynn / 10 July 2018

Supercharge your supplier relationship

When you start work with a new managed IT service provider (or any other outsource supplier for that matter), you’re at the beginning of what should be a long,... Read More

Howard Smith / 12 February 2018

Closing the Gender Gap in the STEM Industry

Over the last decade, it has been reported that the number of women working within the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics industry is largely absent, with the level of female... Read More

Lydia Cooper / 15 August 2017

How Does Nasstar Protect Your Services?

Cyber security is not something you can do once and forget about - there’s no shortage of threats out there which can affect all parts of your IT infrastructure:... Read More

Stephen Peak / 02 August 2017

GDPR - The Cost Effective Response

You will have seen endless streams of advice on the coming of GDPR, warning of the huge fines that will be forthcoming if you don’t comply. Many of these... Read More

Guy Deterding / 26 July 2017

Private Equity And The Tech Romance

There is no denying the tech space is the most revolutionary sector in 21st century business and one which is attracting increased investor interest. For a long time private equity... Read More

Tanzeel Akhtar / 02 March 2017

IoT Series: Risks In The Connected Workplace

In the near future, the connected workplace will help companies and their employees thrive by tracking workplace activity, space and equipment utilisation, and individuals’ work habits. Data from connected sensors... Read More

Jonathan Camhi / 26 September 2016

IoT Series : Rise Of The Data-Driven Workplace

A company can have the best product or service, the most efficient operation, and great leadership, but its success often comes down to the routine behaviours of its employees. Day... Read More

Jonathan Camhi / 08 September 2016

Focus on Big Data In Recruitment

Nasstar PLC proudly presents an introduction to big data in the recruitment industry. In this video members of Nasstar's recruitment division discuss how big data is being used in the... Read More

Guise Bule / 15 August 2016

Why Law Firms Must Embrace ‘The Cloud’

There is a huge dichotomy between the typical law firm IT Director struggling to ‘keep the lights on’, commissioning more and more storage as the demand for data grows exponentially... Read More

Nasstar Marketing / 29 June 2016