Businesses face 'real-time' view tech assets problem

25 June 2019

Broadband up close

Broadband up close

Businesses need a “real-time” view of their technology assets, but a lack of skills and budget available is holding them back, new research has found.

According to a report by commissioned by Nlyte Software and conducted by Sapio Research, 80% of technology asset decision-makers have revealed that a lack of technology asset management is a key business issue for the C-suite. The study further found that that almost two thirds (61%) of business leaders see a need for a real-time view of their technology and software assets.

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Police halts work with forensics firm

24 June 2019

The cyber attack could impact court cases

The cyber attack could impact court cases

UK police have stopped work with Eurofins Forensic Services following a cyber-attack on the firm.

The hiatus has led to delays in forensic testing, which could impact on court cases. Eurofins, the largest private forensic company in the country, carries out DNA testing, toxicology analysis, firearms testing and computer forensics for police forces across the UK.

Its parent company, Eurofins, suffered a ransomware attack on June 1st or 2nd, which is under criminal investigation.

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SSE Telecoms signs strategic deal with CityFibre

20 June 2019

Colin Sempill

Colin Sempill

Business connectivity provider SSE Telecoms and fibre optic network business Cityfibre have signed a new strategic partnership, which extends their existing relationship by allowing both sides to exploit each other’s networks and services.

SSE currently operates a 12,000km+ long fibre optic and ethernet network across the UK, while Cityfibre’s dark fibre and FTTP broadband services are present t in over 50 towns and cities. The company is also rolling out a new 1Gbps FTTH ISP network to reach five million homes by 2025.

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Campaigners call for sale of data centre home to be reversed

20 June 2019

Richards

Richards

Campaigners have called for plans to sell the Cambridgeshire County Council headquarters, Shire Hall, to be stopped after it was revealed moving the data centre out of the historic building could cost north of £6.8 million.

That figure is in additon to the £20 million the council already expects the move to the new headquarters in Alconbury Weald will cost.

 

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