As we wave goodbye to 2023, it's time to reflect on the year gone by in the world of IT and cyber security. It's been another year of rapid technological advancements, complex cybersecurity challenges, data breaches and education.
We have strived to provide our clients and readers with an assortment of engaging and educational blogs over the year and create a go-to resource for all things business technology related.
So, without further ado, let's take a look at the top 5 blog posts that our readers found most valuable in 2023:
Topping our list is the ever-relevant question of when to update business hardware. This blog dives into the signs that it's time for an
upgrade and the benefits of keeping your technology current, offering practical advice to businesses navigating the ever-evolving tech
Our second most popular post provides a comprehensive template for IT user and cybersecurity policies. This resource has become a staple for
businesses looking to strengthen their cybersecurity posture and ensure compliance with industry standards. We have had a large
increase in clients implementing the policies for their businesses and undertaking cyber
security training for their staff
as part of their requirements for cyber liability insurance.
The third spot goes to our insightful analysis of ChatGPT. In this post, we explored how this AI tool can revolutionise social media
marketing, discussing its advantages, potential pitfalls along with
ChatGPT Prompt Guide to help you get the most out of ChatGPT in any situation.
Our fourth most read blog is part of our Tech Tips series, focusing on the Microsoft Bookings app. As part of the Microsoft 365 suite
Bookings is a useful tool that can streamline scheduling and enhance customer service, Bookings can integrate with your website and allow
potential customers to book in a sales call and more.
Rounding out our top 5 is a perennial favourite (it has been in the top 5 most viewed blogs for 5 years running), an essential read on the advantages of UPS systems. This blog underscores the critical role of UPS in safeguarding business operations against power disruptions, emphasising its importance in a comprehensive disaster recovery plan. Something that has been critical in the past few weeks (and no doubt more to come) with the Queensland summer storms.
As we step into 2024, we remain committed to providing valuable insights and practical advice to help you navigate the complex IT landscape. We thank our clients for their continued support and look forward to another year of sharing knowledge and expertise. Stay tuned for more informative content!