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business solutions

Three reasons why we believe in Intelligent Technology… and use it in our own business

We don’t just recommend technology to our customers, we use it ourselves within our own business. We believe this is the most effective approach to refining how best to set up and integrate work-based software. Tailored to the needs of the business We have used this methodology to develop our Intelligent Technology service, which is      …Continue Reading »


Why it’s crucial your employees are cyber-aware and well-trained

You only have to conduct a quick search of the internet to find plenty of evidence about why it’s crucial employees are aware of the cyber threats out there. Human error the most common cause of a security breach Having staff who are well-informed about cyber security and who act accordingly can be the difference      …Continue Reading »

Disaster recovery

How quickly could you recover from a disaster?

Customers using React’s back-up strategy can rest assured they could get their systems up and running very quickly in the unfortunate circumstances of a disaster. It’s a question every business, regardless of their size, should ask themselves. If you suffered an important technical fault, major damage to your offices through fire or flood, or a      …Continue Reading »


How a tidal surge was a reminder of the importance having a business continuity solution in place

Don’t wait until it too late to consider your disaster recovery plans. Together with the interesting work and variety of clients, one of the best things about working at React is the location. Our offices are based in the wonderful Suffolk town of Woodbridge near to the quayside on the River Deben. For the  majority of      …Continue Reading »


What is the best cloud storage service?

OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive are among the leading cloud storage services on offer today. But which one do we prefer? Those old enough will remember a time before we were always connected to the internet. To share and store files we had to use USB sticks. Further back in time it was floppy disks.      …Continue Reading »