How small businesses can safeguard their data

February 12, 2019

Small businesses have to deal with the same cyberattacks and the same industry and government data regulations as large companies – but, without the big IT department to implement protections. That’s where Microsoft 365 Business comes in. It protects against external threats and data leaks with one solution that helps you securely run and grow your small business.

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The Birkenbihl Approach (BBA) means, learning as the brain loves to learn. Our brain - look to the minds of children - how they like to discover and to understand how things work. It uses neuro mechanisms like abstracting rules (grammar) and background listening (to build synapses for spelling).

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Infographic | January 24, 2020

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Brain-Friendly

The Birkenbihl Approach (BBA) means, learning as the brain loves to learn. Our brain - look to the minds of children - how they like to discover and to understand how things work. It uses neuro mechanisms like abstracting rules (grammar) and background listening (to build synapses for spelling).

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