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Remotely training ForViva’s staff on how to collaborate remotely with Microsoft Teams.

When the coronavirus pandemic forced the lockdown, it could have seriously impeded ForViva’s ability to communicate and collaborate...

How an entire workforce was empowered to work securely from home in under 4 days.

When the Coronavirus crisis hit and the government requested that all non-essential staff should work from home, like many organisations across the nation our client was left with a logistical...

How we cut user logon times at a major NHS hospital from 3 minutes to just 20 seconds.

Multiply this figure by the many hundreds of users who access the system on a daily basis, and it adds up to huge time savings for one of our already overburdened hospitals...

Deploying the biggest VxRail project in Danish history to advance the global fight against cancer.

Independently rated as the best hospital in Denmark for the last 11 consecutive years, our client also hosts one of Europe’s largest and most successful oncology centres...

Latest Technology

Why shadow IT is fast becoming one of your organisation’s greatest threats.

No matter how often organisations warn their employees about the dangers of downloading unauthorised apps, the hard truth is that there is always going to be someone who ignores the rules...

Zero-trust security. It’s time.

The cause of the massive upsurge in malware attacks is directly linked to the sudden shift to an increasingly distributed workforce, resulting in a huge range of security challenges...

Securing your remote workforce is going to cost you. But not nearly as much as failing to do so.

The question is not whether you can put a price on guaranteeing the security of your organisation’s data, but whether you can afford not to...

Why the Managed Digital Workspace must place security at its very heart.

Failure to ensure that every corporate device is continually updated, patched, protected, and connected securely to the internet, is basically an open invitation to hackers...

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