Essential Technology and IT Guidance for SMEs

Essential Technology and IT Guidance for SMEs 1920 1080 Timewade

The next session in the Technology for Success Essential Guidance for SMEs webinar series will be delivered by Timewade’s Managing Director Julian Wills on the topic of Technology and IT.

The 45 minute masterclass will focus on how businesses can adopt and adapt technology solutions in order to maintain efficient and productive working practices and keep in contact with colleagues and clients.  Julian will also provide guidance on cyber security while remote working, so you and your team can be confident and secure.

The webinar will be hosted by Julian Wills, Managing Director of Timewade. Julian is a Tech and IT specialist and the Founder of the Technology for Success initiative. 

The webinar will take place on Friday April 17 from 08.30 – 09.15 am. Book your place (for free) here:

The session will be facilitated by Siobhan Lavelle of Cornelle Communications, who will be directing your questions to Julian so you get the exact information you need for your business.

Julian says: “We know that many businesses are beginning to feel relatively settled in their home working set-up. However, most businesses we come across are not making the most of the technology they are using or doing enough to ensure their files and sensitive data are secure. 

“During the webinar we’ll also discuss the variety of security issues which businesses should be thinking about, and offer practical advice to business leaders who want to ensure that their colleagues and clients are protected.”

The webinar is created for South West SME business leaders who may be dealing with dispersed working for the first time, and aims to provide insight into the resources available and key strategies on how to make the most of this. 

Once registered, you can send in questions in advance for Julian to answer.

For more information on this webinar and others in the series – and to sign up – visit:


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