Telent’s new solution to save police millions each year

16 April 2019

Technology and network services giant Telent has launched a new digital evidence management product designed to save police services millions of pounds a year.

It provides 100 per cent UK sovereignty of the storage of digital evidence with all data encrypted - all held securely on Telent’s public services network (PSN) accredited and UK-based cloud platform.

 

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Microsoft extends Azure reach

12 April 2019

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure

UK enterprises can now benefit from increased capacity after Microsoft announced new Azure Availability Zones in the UK.

 

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Insurer uses AI for MoJ claims

31 January 2019

Allianz's Munich headqaurters 

Allianz's Munich headqaurters 

Injury claims handlers at Allianz Insurance can now action UK Ministry of Justice Stage 3 claims using a new digital platform launched in partnership with law firm Keoghs.

Defendant Hub, described as the “first truly” automated end-to-end digital system for Stage 3 claims, puts an end to case handlers will checking and responding to a court proceedings pack, while having to manually download documents which are then forwarded to legal personnel. Under the old system, the results were then shared with handlers who would manually update the system once the Stage 3 hearing had taken place.

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The desktop PC 'has had its day'

28 January 2019

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Desktop PCs no longer en vogue

The desktop PC has been relegated to the dusty workplace store room, joining relics such as the fax machine and landline phone. That’s the view of technology e-tailer Laptops Direct after it polled 1,013 adults from a variety of business sectors across the UK.

The survey revealed that 42 per cent of UK workers now use a desktop computer in the office. In fact, Laptops Direct says 26 per cent of employees expected to have a laptop upgrade before the end of last year, with a fifth of workers believing desktop PCs make today’s offices look dated and out of touch. Furthermore, 77 per cent of those surveyed believe desktop PCs could ‘turn off’ potential new business clients.

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