Protecting your business from ransomware

Protecting your business from ransomware

Posted: Fri, 01 Apr 2016 14:55

How would your business cope if employees were suddenly unable to access computers, files, or your network? Your customer database, emails, and that critical project due by the end of the week: all locked.... Read More »

Is your small business safe from a cyber attack?

Is your small business safe from a cyber attack?

Posted: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 10:10

When we think of hacking, we tend to imagine global banks being attacked to the tune of billions - but according to research released late last year by cyber security firm Symantec, companies with fewer... Read More »

FIFA post-scandal reforms: how long will it take to repair the damage to their reputation?

FIFA post-scandal reforms: how long will it take to repair the damage to their reputation?

Posted: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 14:45

FIFA has announced a set of reforms designed to repair the reputation of the beleaguered organisation following the scandal which erupted last May, and safeguard it against future corruption.

The reforms,... Read More »

Task force announced to crack down on “shameful” UK fraud

Task force announced to crack down on “shameful” UK fraud

Posted: Mon, 14 Mar 2016 10:01

"Fraud shames our financial system," said Home Secretary Theresa May as she announced a new task force to combat fraud in the UK last month. She continued: "It undermines the credibility of the economy,... Read More »

Struggling to engage employees with eLearning? Time to harness the power of microlearning with Take 5

Struggling to engage employees with eLearning? Time to harness the power of microlearning with Take 5

Posted: Thu, 10 Mar 2016 14:21

Do you struggle to engage learners with your eLearning? Do your learners groan at the thought of annual training refreshers? Then it's time to mix it up with our new range of Take 5 microlearning modules.... Read More »

How will the gender pay gap legislation affect you?

How will the gender pay gap legislation affect you?

Posted: Tue, 08 Mar 2016 11:46

Last month, the government unveiled draft legislation that would require companies to publish their mean and median gender pay gaps by April 2018. The legislation is an attempt to close the gender wage... Read More »

DeltaNet extend Astute eLearning Platform with 360-degree performance reviews, social notifications, and more

DeltaNet extend Astute eLearning Platform with 360-degree performance reviews, social notifications, and more

Posted: Mon, 07 Mar 2016 15:03

We've been hard at work on product innovations and are excited to share details of the latest enhancements to Astute, our eLearning Platform.

Social Notifications

Users and teams can now enjoy in-platform... Read More »

Virtual Reality Learning: Does Mobile World Congress 2016 offer a look into the future of eLearning?

Virtual Reality Learning: Does Mobile World Congress 2016 offer a look into the future of eLearning?

Posted: Mon, 22 Feb 2016 16:00

The Mobile World Congress 2016 got under way this morning in Barcelona, and a theme has already emerged that hints at what the future may hold for eLearning: virtual reality.

Leading manufacturers including... Read More »

Apple's stance vs FBI highlights corporate privacy responsibility

Apple's stance vs FBI highlights corporate privacy responsibility

Posted: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 14:52

It's rare for one of the world's largest corporations to oppose a court order, ostensibly made in the name of national security, and be applauded for it.

Yet Apple declining to help the FBI access San Bernardino... Read More »

Are your top performers missing out on leading roles?

Are your top performers missing out on leading roles?

Posted: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 13:23

The 2016 Oscars have already garnered thousands of column inches, for largely the wrong reasons. Instead of spurring debate about the best films, performances, scripts and artisans, the nominations caused... Read More »

Corruption in tennis and the lessons for businesses fighting fraud

Corruption in tennis and the lessons for businesses fighting fraud

Posted: Mon, 15 Feb 2016 16:18

In the past few weeks the world of tennis has been blighted by allegations of match-fixing. While the claims made against the sport have not been proven, it's an interesting case which may provide lessons... Read More »

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