Nepeta Consulting will discuss your processes and locate those sticking points that waste time and effort
A recommendation
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Mandy and Catherine have a real flair for understanding the problems and challenges with which business owners have to contend on a daily basis – Bob Brown, CMC Partners… Read More

Screen shot of Malvern Museum website created by Nepeta Consulting
Malvern Museum Website
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The professional advice and support, as well as the design of the website, were impressive right from the start. – Faith Renger, Curator at Malvern Museum… Read More

If your computer breaks, have you got working backups?
Would your backup work?
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Results from our Five Minute Healthcheck suggest indicate that most respondents do backup their computers at least once a month. Even better, they have successfully recovered data from the backup.  Before putting a tick in the box and moving on, can … Read More

Should you backup to the cloud?
(backup) Location, location, location
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We asked about backup locations in our Five Minute Healthcheck. The responses suggest that specific backup devices (e.g. external hard drives or tape) are most popular while cloud storage wipes up most of the rest. Unfortunately very few take the precaution … Read More

Passwords: a thorny issue
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Much debate went into issue of what questions we could reasonably ask about passwords in our Five Minute Healthcheck. While we wanted to encourage people to think about what they did, we did not want people to feel we were … Read More

Bar chart showing the format of documents received by a business
Documents, documents and more documents
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We all know that every business relies on documents, but how many do we have to cope with and what do we do with them? What did our Healthcheck say about the way people manage their documents? We asked questions … Read More

Nepeta Consulting website front page
Does a business need a website?
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Our Business Healthcheck questionnaire has been running for nearly a month now. It has two aims: To make people think about how they run their business and whether there were any inherent risks or inefficiencies in the way they operate. To … Read More

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