The top IT mistakes small businesses make and how to fix them

Stuart Sumner
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The most common IT mistakes
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The most common IT mistakes

Laurene Hamilton, Head of Technology Operations and Co-Founder of IT outsourcing firm Seeto, runs through the most common technology oversights organisations make, and explains what they need to do to put them right

Many small and medium-sized businesses find themselves making mistakes around device provision and security, and HR issues including on and off-boarding staff. That's according to Laurene Hamilton,...

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