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30 Jan 2018

What are email scams and how to stay safe

Tony Edwards Cost Area Lead for ICT In my last blog post I talked about the common types of email scam and how to recognise them. This post gives you a basic understanding of how you can stay safe if Read on →

Filed under: ICT
30 Jan 2018

Auditel Guide to Energy Costs 2018

Chris Barrett The price of energy is an important cost to businesses. We explore the key components of energy prices and what might happen during 2018 to affect these. Energy costs broadly comprise: Wholesale price – the raw cost of Read on →

Filed under: Energy
26 Jan 2018

Do you lease a commercial property?

Steven Godfrey Commercial leases April 2018 onwards Energy Performance Certificates (‘EPC’) rate the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A-G, with G being the least efficient.  The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards 2015 (‘MEES’) set minimum efficiency standards Read on →

Filed under: Energy
17 Jan 2018

Energy Update for 17th January 2018

This report will cover from the period just before Christmas until the current time and I’ll also have a look at what we might expect in 201 going forward. Prior to Christmas, we saw a price spike, particularly in gas. Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
17 Jan 2018

Do you recognise your hidden costs?

Posted by: Paul Strachan Clever cost management means you can prepare yourself against the unexpected and make provision to insulate yourself from any nasty shocks that may otherwise have the potential to derail your business. Some things can be planned Read on →

Filed under: Cost Management
15 Jan 2018

What are Meltdown & Spectre? Should you be worried?

Tony Edwards Cost Area Lead for ICT Over the past week there has been a lot of news coverage regarding security issues known as ‘Meltdown’ and ‘Spectre’. This is a very real issue, which affects individuals and businesses across the Read on →

Filed under: ICT