A new age of broadband

A new age of broadband could be coming our way. Forget super-fast, or even ultra-fast, Wi-Fi, now it’s all about Li-Fi.
Li-Fi technology, first discovered in 2011 by Professor Harald Haas of the University of Edinburgh, […]

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A year in tech: 2016 tech predictions

With 2016 just around the corner, it’s that time of year when many organisations will be drawing a line under 2015 and looking ahead to the future. So what can IT professionals across both the […]

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Tech the halls: Christmas Tech 2015

For years now Christmas morning has been filled with high tech toys for parents and children alike – the latest games console; the newest phone or music device; every remote controlled device you can imagine. […]

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The Cloud Conundrum – CIOs in the Dark over Cloud

Our latest research report, The CIOs Cloud Conundrum, reveals some intriguing insights into CIOs’ attitudes towards the Cloud. From choosing which cloud platform to go with, to implementing cloud services, it seems that CIOs really […]

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Parenting tech

Parenting is a hard job – perhaps the hardest job there is. It’s no surprise, therefore, that parents across the ages have turned to technology to make their lives easier.
The annual Baby Show at Kensington […]

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3D Printing in the Heritage Sector

When you think of cutting-edge technology like 3D printing, you don’t tend to think of history, museums, and dusty artefacts. Lately, however, the heritage sector has been challenging public perceptions by making the most of […]

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Trustmarque simplifies public sector procurement as a G-Cloud 7 supplier

Trustmarque are delighted to continue supporting local and central government organisations to procure services via the Digital Marketplace as a supplier to G-Cloud 7. 
Public sector organisations will continue to benefit from the range of end-to-end […]

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The EU’s Safe Harbour ruling and what it means for Cloud computing

The EU has recently looked to shake up its existing rules on data protection with two landmark actions; the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the revocation of the ‘Safe Harbour’ ruling, a vehicle for […]

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The Journey to the Cloud

The Cloud is the future of IT – this is the messaging that is everywhere these days. With such a large platform, however, how do you know what the benefits are to your department?
Darren Wildgoose, […]

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Black Friday Frenzy

Black Friday is an annual event where, following Thanksgiving, retailers slash prices and shoppers go hunting for a bargain. Whilst American in origin, Black Friday has been adopted by the UK in recent years, allowing […]

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Education for all: How Cloud is making education accessible

Education is an integral part of society. It equips future generations with the fundamental skills required to create a well-rounded, prosperous society. And yet education is not a part of many people’s lives, largely due […]

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Less Bond, More Q: The importance of Cyber-Security

As cyber security hits the headlines today with George Osborne promising to increase funding to fight cyber crime, we have looked at how data breaches have evolved over time and what companies can do to […]

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Trustmarque enhances its cloud offering through Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program

Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Programme allows Trustmarque to provide customers with personalised cloud services, as well as directly provision, manage and support Microsoft cloud offerings.
Trustmarque, today announced its participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution […]

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Future-proofing the finance industry

Cloud computing is starting to become the de facto standard in most industries. Whilst it was once perceived as a niche concept, the amount of attention cloud computing has received in recent years has convinced […]

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How Can Social Media Influence the Insurance Industry?

The rise of wearable technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), and social media is creating more data than ever before, and that data is highly personalised and insightful. As an industry that is incredibly data-centric, […]

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Could digital apprenticeships close the gaping skills gap?

There are many charges that people like to level against higher education – it’s too expensive and leaves graduates in crippling debt; too many people are doing unsuitable courses; and so on and so forth. […]

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Game, tech, and match

It’s common knowledge that the health and fitness market has been significantly affected by technology – you only need to look at the rise of the wearables market. But technology’s impact is not just confined […]

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High Tech Halloween

In recent years, Halloween has gained a lot of momentum here in the UK. Once a distinctly American holiday, Halloween is now a beloved British past time, and people can be seen in droves, donning […]

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Could food tech save the world?

Technology and food might seem like two mutually exclusive fields – after all, we like our food to be natural, organic, and of-the-earth – but actually, the food industry is increasingly turning to technology to […]

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How serious is our technology addiction?

Technology is ubiquitous – it’s in our homes, in our workplaces, in our gyms, and even in our clothes. However, whilst tech is undoubtedly making our lives easier, many are beginning to worry that our […]

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Legal Tech: Law firms of the future

The legal sector is undoubtedly an important part of the UK economy. In 2011, it contributed £20.9bn to GPD, making the UK the biggest legal market in Europe. In order to not only maintain but […]

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IT’s complicated – part two

In part one of this blog, we looked at some of the findings from our ‘IT Complexity Challenge’ report – including the questions posed to CIOs on what technologies they will need to purchase, deploy, […]

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IT’s complicated – part one

Such is the pace of technological change that trying to keep up with the introduction of new technologies is becoming an increasingly difficult task for today’s enterprises. The technology journey organisations must navigate poses countless […]

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IT more complex than ever, say 93 per cent of UK CIOs

Cloud computing, legacy technology and software licensing cited as biggest contributors to IT complexity
8th October 2015: Nine out of ten UK CIOs (93%) believe that IT complexity has increased, according to research released today by […]

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SaaS is happening already in HR, Marketing and Finance

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is essentially Cloud computing – it refers to any service where consumers are able to access software applications over the internet. SaaS can be used to fulfil a range of needs, from accounting […]

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