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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

O2 is offering its small business customers a variety of set-up and support services for mobile or other technology kit.

Prices start at £6.83 per user per month. O2 reckons that more than half of small firms get staff to set up their own kit and some 65 per cent of companies have no professional tech support.

Firms can also opt to have staff trained to use new equipment in exchange for a one off payment. O2 Techies will do onsite set-up of equipment, and telephone support, from 8.30am to 6.00pm.

The Techies can also install equipment into cars - one in four small biz staff now spend more than half their working day out of the office.

Minimum terms for monthly support are three months. ®

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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