Most IT firms just understand IT.
At Keyspace we believe that technology is there to support your accounting practices goals, that it should be simple to manage and that its purpose is to help your business grow, create efficiencies with process and staff and reduce your exposure to risks and their impact and allow you to offer your client base a range of technology services through partnering with us.
We take the time to analyse your business needs and functions along with benchmarking its technology maturity before we partner with you as your single technology contact and work with you to leverage technology to support your business direction.
Our tailored solutions are comprised of vCIO advice with regular business reviews, data security, digital marketing, cloud services and all the necessary hardware, software and support you'll need. Keyspace has the expertise and understanding to make technology meet your business, your goals and your success.
"The team at Keyspace are great to work with. They understand the commercial reality of a business requiring the latest technology to enhance functionality while considering the financial ROI."
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The importance of an Acceptable Use Policy
In an ideal world, employees would use the computers and Internet access provided their employer solely for business use. Throughout the work day, companies, schools, libraries and other organizations are exposed by their users to the misuse of the system. The dilemma faced by every business is what to do about it and how to start.
That is where an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) can help
Is your business prepared for the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme?
2018 is fast approaching and so is the commencement of the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme.
The Australian Government scheme will ensure that affected individuals are notified about serious data breaches. The scheme will commence on 22 February 2018.
The NDB scheme will apply to all businesses, government agencies and other organisations covered by the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act).