You need resilient digital technology

I understand the unique digital technology needs of micro and freelance operations. My services provide tailored support to help small business owners effectively manage, protect, and optimize their digital systems. Whether you need security implementation guidance, help tidying up your current digital technology, or support/mentoring to feel confident in making technology decisions – I can help.

  • • Implement cybersecurity essentials
  • • Help with website hosting, domain names and emails
  • • Declutter your digital technology
  • • Progress with the tech tasks you need to get done

I bring calm confidence to any task I work on, providing simple and practical solutions to complex problems.
If you’re looking for an experienced digital technology partner who will take the time to understand your business personally, get in touch.

In-person work within a 20-mile radius of Stafford. 

Support

Two hours, £145 + vat

One hour, £95 + vat

Two hours, £145 + vat

This task may require two or more sessions

Two hours, £145 + vat

This task may require two or more sessions

In-person work within a 20-mile radius of Stafford.

Training

Two hours, £145 + vat

£tbc inc vat

Suitable for freelancers and micro-businesses

While the principles of digital security are the same for all, my training is designed for freelancers and micro-business owners. These businesses will have a small number of standalone computers (or just one!).

 

Are you looking for a guest speaker for a business group?

I offer a one-hour cyber security talk, including my top tips for staying safe online, which is ideal for business groups looking for a guest speaker. Email me at [email protected] to arrange it.

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