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How to keep your e-commerce platform up to date

Once you have launched your e-commerce website, it is important that you keep it up-to-date and protected at all times to ensure a positive user exper…

Seven types of malware targeting small businesses

Many cybercriminals view SMEs as more attractive and “easier” targets, so it’s important SMEs are aware of the different malware out in the open.

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JobKeeper revealed as a lifeline for small businesses

Research reveals the vital role the JobKeeper scheme has played in keeping SMEs open, and highlights the variance in impact on different sectors.

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Why cheap contact centre solutions are a bad bargain for SMEs in growth mode

Choosing ultra-cheap contact centre software can give your bottom line a boost but an unreliable, poorly supported solution may end up costing you mor…

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How call forwarding can help improve CX during business uncertainty

Given today’s business landscape, many SMEs are re-realising the immense value of phone communication and call forwarding is being appreciated anew.

Online retail: scalability and authenticity in a time of uncertainty

Now is the time to showcase the true benefits and opportunities of online retail, in order to convert long-term shopping behaviours.

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How automation will future-proof SMEs

Automation is helping many SMEs become more resilient, scalable and agile – helping them thrive in an ever-changing and competitive atmosphere.

Three tips to make the last-minute tax time rush feel less…last minute

Tax time doesn’t have to be daunting if you befriend small-business technology and understand evolving tax deductions and schemes.

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Public putting local businesses first

Many SMEs have made it through the pandemic thanks to the support of local communities looking to buy online goods and services from local suppliers.

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The post-COVID-19 outlook for SMEs

As the outlook for the post-pandemic environment takes shape, SMEs should start planning how they can adapt to the “new normal.”

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How operating a smart business is key to employee productivity

Creating an environment conducive to introducing new technologies is essentail to realise a smart business that makes for greater efficiency all aroun…

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Digital presence the key to small business success: ASBFEO

The limited digital presence of many small businesses is denying them the custom of consumers in their communities who want to support them.

Delivery shouldn’t die because dine-in is back on the menu

Delivery services have opened restaurants up to those who may not have visited otherwise and kept long-time fans happy during lockdown.

Social distancing for devices and other home security hacks for the COVID era

Social distancing not only applies when we interact with people – it can also apply to our devices and ensuring our online security.

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Overcoming the business risks of verticalised software

No small business should be overly reliant on a single piece of software to the extent that their entire operation would be paralysed without it.

Five facts about invoice finance

Invoice finance allows SMEs to get money back into their business faster, giving them the ability to reinvest those funds at their gross profit margin…

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