Should email be given the silver bullet?

205 billion emails per day were sent and received across the world in 2015, according to The Radicati Group. Of that figure, 112.5 billion were business emails with the average user sending and receiving 122 […]

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Keeping your data safe and secure

There may be many reasons organisation are hesitant to look at a cloud based IT model. It could be the name: ‘the cloud’ which conjures images of something soft and up in the sky, whereas […]

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Working with Trustmarque – Case Studies

Trustmarque have worked with numerous organisations from various industries and sectors, and have helped them find the IT solution bespoke to their specific challenge. Here we are showcasing just five which show how technology has […]

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Collaborating to Work it Out

We are all looking for ways to work more efficiently and productively, whether this is in our personal lives or our business lives. Everyday business activities have not changed greatly over time – there are […]

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Tech for the Elderly – an Untapped Market?

Tech and the elderly are often thought of as being incompatible. Everyone has spent painful hours teaching their grandmother how to text, and entire days have been dedicated to setting up a computer for an […]

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Email is Dead; Long Live Email

Finding ways to effectively communicate and engage with employees is the bane of every organisation’s life. As more and more workforces begin to span multiple sites, countries, and even continents, internal communications managers are tearing […]

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Trustmarque secure Snow Platinum Partner accreditation

 
We are delighted to announce that Trustmarque have been upgraded to a Snow Platinum partner. As one of only three organisations in the UK to be accredited by Snow to this level, our customers can […]

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Job Hunting in a Digital World

Once upon a time, job hunting meant hitting the streets, perusing the newspapers, handing out CVs, and introducing yourself to strangers at awkward networking events. Nowadays, however – as any millennial fresh out of university […]

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Mobile Security: Staying Secure in a Modern Age

2016 will be the year of mobile – at least according to a myriad of tech experts and predictors – and with 54% of all office workers now able to work remotely, it’s easy to […]

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Tips for Becoming a Modern Insurer: Embrace the Cloud

Insurance companies need to view IT as a strategic asset that can help the business remain competitive and lay robust foundations for the impact of future trends. Rather than seeing it as a cost-drain.
We’ve created […]

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Tips for Becoming a Modern Insurer: Collaboration

Insurance companies need to view IT as a strategic asset that can help the business remain competitive and lay robust foundations for the impact of future trends. Rather than seeing it as a cost-drain.
We’ve created […]

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Tips for Becoming a Modern Insurer: Mobile Solutions

Insurance companies need to view IT as a strategic asset that can help the business remain competitive and lay robust foundations for the impact of future trends. Rather than seeing it as a cost-drain.
We’ve created […]

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Tips for Becoming a Modern Insurer: Align Business and IT

Insurance companies need to view IT as a strategic asset that can help the business remain competitive and lay robust foundations for the impact of future trends. Rather than seeing it as a cost-drain.
We’ve created […]

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Microsoft SQL 2005 is Going End of Life

Microsoft SQL 2005 – which many organisations are still using – goes End of Life on April 12th 2016.
Since SQL underpins most companies’ software infrastructure, upgrading is essential. Those who do not upgrade will be […]

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The Top Three Cloud Security Myth-Busters

Much like the recent weather, the tech landscape has been dominated by ‘cloud’. However, despite the attention it attracts, many CIOs and IT decision-makers are struggling to identify and implement the cloud services most suitable for their […]

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Taking ‘Digital by Default’ Seriously in the NHS

Job hunters take note – the top digital job in the NHS is now up for grabs. NHS England has announced it is looking for a new chief information and technology officer (CI&TO) to take […]

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Microsoft MVP status awarded to Trustmarque’s Solutions Architect

Trustmarque are delighted to announce that Solutions Architect, Paul Hunt, has been awarded a Microsoft MVP for his outstanding work in Office Servers and Services.
Paul is a household name within the services community, with his […]

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Diversity in Tech – A Problem?

STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) were once filled exclusively with white men, and were considered too complex and intellectual for women, and for people of colour. Thankfully, this mode of thinking has been […]

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Customer-Centric Insurance: The Value of Big Data

Customers are demanding more and more from their insurance companies – from online access to their policies, to tailor-made packages, to real-time updates from their insurers. With customers also becoming less brand-loyal when it comes […]

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The IoT and Smart Tech Revolution

The first impressions of the tech on display at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas might leave some scratching their heads. From Intel synchronising 100 drones to play Beethoven’s 5th Symphony to […]

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Insurance Challenges: Keeping up with the Technological Joneses

The insurance sector has traditionally struggled to keep up with the fast paced nature of technology. Compared to their cousins in the banking sector, insurers have been late adopters of IT for various and valid […]

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David Bowie: Musician, Artist, and Tech Visionary

Celebrity deaths always rock the Twittersphere – but few have ever impacted such a wide range of individuals as much as David Bowie’s recent death. Bowie was an LGBTQ+ icon; a role-model for rebels and […]

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E-books and Kindles: The Technology of Reading

You might have thought that the technology of reading started and ended with the arrival of the printing press, and that books have remained more or less the same ever since. But the publishing industry […]

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Digital Copyright: A Legal Landmine

Copyright was once a simple thing: creators created, consumers consumed, and anyone who tried to cross that boundary was prosecuted. With the rise of the internet, cloud, and mobile technology, however, the boundaries have become […]

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The NHS Wearables Revolution

The health service is under an enormous amount of pressure, and it’s no surprise – it accounts for over six per cent of all Government spending. In order to cope with this pressure, the NHS […]

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