Technology Services Group (TSG) has won its 6th consecutive “UK Small Business Partner of the Year Award” at the 2016 EMEA Sophos Discover Partner Conference in Cannes, France. The conference celebrates the successes of Sophos partners throughout EMEA and helps them take advantage of the latest business opportunities within the fast-moving IT security marketplace.
Based on Aberdeen Group’s Computer Intelligence Dataset, there are more than 1.6 billion permutations to choose from when it comes to cloud computing solutions.
So what, on the face of it, appears to be pretty simple is actually both complex and dynamic regardless of whether you’re in the market for networking, storage, servers, telephony, virtualisation or applications. By making the right choices for your cloud computing technology you stand to benefit from improvements in profitability, improved time to decision, improvements in complete and on-time delivery and reduction in downtime.
Prominent London law firm, Leigh Day, are investing in its IT support systems in a strategic move allowing the firm to concentrate on managing its continued growth.
The decision by the specialist law firm will see national IT specialists Technology Services Group (TSG) partner with Leigh Day future-proofing their 400 staff in their London and Manchester offices in line with technological advances.
A leading occupational health services provider has become the world’s first to adopt technology allowing them to manage their accounts and payroll through an innovative cloud based platform.
TSG are celebrating a great start to 2016 by strengthening their position as IT solutions specialists with yet another “best in class” recognition from global technology giant Microsoft.
The project at Westfield School will be implemented by IT specialists Technology Services Group (TSG) and will modernise the school’s IT infrastructure as well as introduce the latest educational upgrades.
Westfield Independent Day School for Girls in Gosforth is investing £200,000 in its IT systems over the next three years, giving staff and students much greater learning and teaching flexibility.
Even with the best technical security measure known to mankind in place to protect your business against cybercrime, sensitive information can still be accidentally or deliberately accessed.
And by who?
People. Humans remain the weakest link in any security chain.
Businesses have to trust their employees with their data, there’s no reasonable alternative.
But by applying encryption you can minimise the risk of data loss.