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Johanna Winqvist

Johanna Winqvist

Microsoft, Modern Workplace

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Are security nightmares keeping you up at night? Securing your data means giving you and your employees the peace of mind to think big and achieve more.

Reports show that small and medium-sized businesses are particularly vulnerable to data breaches and other security incidents. In fact, 43% of all cyber-attacks target SMBs. Why? Because many tend to be less secure than enterprise companies.

But that doesn’t have to be the case. Modern, cloud-based software gives businesses of all sizes access to the same always-on security features that help safeguard company data and protect against security threats.

“43% of all cyber-attacks target small and medium-sized businesses”

But technology is only one part of the puzzle. What else should you be thinking about?

5 ways your business can stay safe

As well as giving your employees access to the right technology, there are other steps you can take to ensure your business is secure so that it can work better.

Download this free eBook to discover the 5 steps you can take today to build firm foundations for your successful business – so you can sleep well and dream big.

Free eBook: Five ways your business can stay safe – and succeed

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