Hacking attempts are on the rise across the world and costs to the global economy are well into the billions. Often payment data, customer records and company data are targeted and routes into hacking are constantly multiplying. In response to this, IT Security is becoming increasingly sophisticated in the ways in which it addresses threats from hackers and businesses are developing vital awareness too. So what can you do to prevent hackers from accessing your data and protect the interests of your customers and colleagues?
Leading IT services business, TSG (Technology Services Group) has appointed Gerry Duffy in the role of Group Sales Director.
Duffy takes over with immediate effect from Jim Henderson who has led the sales team for more than 6 years and will be retiring later in the Spring.
With nearly 30 years’ experience, Duffy is a true technology industry specialist.
We have just created a new blog for the Chief Technology Office of TSG, 'Don't Get Blogged down by Technology'. Primarily written by our Chief Operating Officer Steve Cox and featuring his views on new releases, industry insights and some random thoughts thrown in for good measure, the purpose of the blog is to filter, assess, inform and guide you as to what’s out there.
Our Chief Technology Officer Steve Cox has just written a new blog post on the recent demise of IT services company 2e2 and the wider issues around the subject of datacentres.
Talking about the level of risk associated with datacentres and what people should consider before transferring their ‘crown jewels’ over to one, you can have a read of his post here : 2e2 doesn't always make four
We've recently added another TSG customer case study to our growing resource centre area. We love to share examples of the work we do with fantastic businesses across the UK and demonstrate how we help them to get the most out of technology.
The latest case study we have released is for Lyon and Turnbull, Scotland's oldest firm of auctioneers. In recent years the auctioneers’ has grown significantly with the help of innovative marketing and has become the fastest growing auction house in the UK, with offices and representatives throughout the country.
As the IT industry enters a period of significant change, TSG has reported strong figures for the year ending March 31st 2012.
The announcement comes at a critical time and provides a clear demonstration that TSG has the financial stability required to successfully meet the challenges ahead as businesses are being encouraged to change the way they consume their technology.
In a year that saw major developments to TSG’s CRM and SharePoint teams with two key acquisitions, a focus on telecoms and crucial improvements to project management and quality systems, highlights from the financial statement include:
Please find details below of our opening hours over the festive period*:
Monday 24th December: 4pm Close
Tuesday 25th - Wednesday 26th December: Closed
Thursday 27th - Friday 28th December: Normal working hours
Saturday 29th – Sunday 30th December: 8am – 4pm
(for weekend support customers)
Monday 31st December: 4pm Close
Tuesday 1 January: Closed
TSG, one of the UK’s leading IT support companies, has chosen Sophos UTM as its default offering for customers. Over time, the company, which is a long-standing Sophos partner and has offices around the UK, will be making the security platform available to its entire 4,000-strong customer base. TSG will also be integrating its current Sophos and other endpoint customers into UTM.
North East technology specialist TSG has won a major contract to provide IT support to British Cycling, one of the UK’s leading sporting bodies.
The Gosforth-based business will deploy its SystemCare support service to help British Cycling manage over 50,000 members and underpin the structures to build on its success in competition and in inspiring more people to get on their bikes.
The contract announcement comes in a week that cycling has once again grabbed the headlines with the confirmation that Yorkshire will host the start of the 2014 Tour de France.
We are delighted to have Paultons Park, the home of Peppa Pig World, as one of our customers.
Paultons Park contacted TSG after strong business growth meant they were rapidly outgrowing their Sage Line 100 system. Commercial Director Steve Lorton explains, "The system was nearing end of life in terms of support. In addition, for some time we had felt that it was holding us back.
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