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Clodagh Murphy, Managing Director at Eclipse, is getting ready to tackle a four day, 300 mile cycling challenge across Italy to raise money for medical research charity, Sparks. Every day one in 30 babies are born in the UK with a condition which may affect them for life and each year less that £10 per child is spent on health research. Sparks raises money to fund pioneering children’s medical research to get this to change and has been the charity partner of Eclipse’s parent company, KCOM Group, since 2012. Taking place in October, Clodagh is part of a 14-strong cycling team riding...
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RingCentral has announced that BT Business, the franchised direct sales arm of BT, has selected the RingCentral platform for a new generation of cloud business phone systems in the UK. John Thorneycroft, Managing Director, Commercial and Marketing at BT Business said: “UK businesses are looking for a new generation of solutions to meet the rapidly changing communications needs of their distributed and mobile workforce. RingCentral brings unique cloud solutions with unparalleled ease of use and management, combined with a rich set of capabilities.” The relationship will extend BT Business’s portfolio of business broadband and communication solutions to offer cloud phone systems...
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Azlan, the enterprise value-added distribution business of Tech Data Europe is urging HP partners to “THINK BIG” with the introduction of its new HP-dedicated partner website, www.hp.azlan.com. Available in 11 languages1, the new-look site provides HP resellers throughout Europe with access to the Azlan toolkit, a unique range of resources designed to help partners grow their HP solutions sales. Resellers can make use of these tools, along with the unrivalled HP expertise and professional services capabilities of Azlan, a value-added distributor of networking, servers, storage, and software solutions. HP resellers can enter the website using their normal online account via InTouch,...
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Wil Rockall, Director at KPMG’s cyber security practice, comments on news that security experts have developed technology that would keep automobiles safe from cyber attacks. He said: “As the automotive industry increases the level of technology used in new vehicles, the nature of threats also increases particularly in the form of cyber-attacks. These attacks could potentially allow cyber-attackers to penetrate in-car systems, either using physical interaction or also by seizing control through attacks over the Internet; typically a connected car network has over 50 potential access points for a cyber-attacker now, and this will only increase as the level of...
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