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Looking Forward

Employee engagement

Happy New Year everyone! Hopefully you rang in the new year in style, and are ready to make 2016 even bigger and better than last year! In order to help achieve this, our CEO Lawrence Jones MBE believes in setting goals in order to achieve your dreams; but it doesn’t hurt to have a quick […]

How to Keep Track of Customer Loyalty

Phil Foster

In this digital day and age, businesses have a seemingly endless stream of potentially valuable data at their fingertips. It’s a goldmine of information, but the trouble is, many companies aren’t using it to their advantage. Phil Foster of Love Energy Savings shares his insights. There are some occasions when numbers and raw data don’t […]

Automation: People vs Tech

security changes round table

One of the big question marks around tech over the last year has been surrounding automation. As tech gets better and better, and industries increasingly turn to automation to streamline processes, there’s understandably been some fears around the impact this could have on our jobs. At our recent round table, industry experts discussed the impact […]

‘Tis the Season (for Cyber Attacks)

Festive security

The festive period often sees a rise in cyber attacks – a rubbishy little gift from grinchy attackers. And the last thing you want while you’re eating chestnuts by an open fire is to click on a dodgy link in a wine and turkey-induced stupor and then be stressing about your system. So, here are […]

Security Predictions for 2016

Rob Hegarty

As the year draws to a close, many businesses are looking to industry experts for advice on where they should be focussing efforts to protect themselves for the year ahead. Dr Rob Hegarty is sharing his predictions so that you can do just that. The tricky task of predicting future security threats came up at […]

A Core Problem for Privacy

Investigatory Powers Bill Apple

There’s been some fairly vocal opposition to the draft Investigatory Powers Bill and Monday was the deadline to submit written evidence to the committee looking at the draft. Major tech firms have been weighing in, and Apple is the latest to voice its concerns about the way the government intends to read our communications, submitting an […]